The 2019 Acura MDX full-size crossover hit the gym this year. It was already a lean performer as far as family vehicles go, but now with a sportier A-Spec trim level, it’s gone Whole30.
We’re OK with that, because the MDX is still a comfortable, safe, and fairly fuel-efficient luxury crossover. We rate it 7.0 out of 10 overall for its standout safety scores and roomy three-row seating.
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