Acura MDX vs Lexus RX 350


How the Acura MDX Compares to the Lexus RX 350

Making a name in the luxury SUV market, the Acura MDX is quite the competitor. Acura has made its name as a luxury manufacturer and has cemented it with the MDX. At Davis Acura in Langhorne, PA, we want you to see the benefits of the MDX, which is why we are going to show you how it stacks up to the Lexus RX 350.

These vehicles have some things in common, but have major differences as well. To start, let's look at similarities: they bother offer All-Wheel drive options, have similar warranty features, and have some of the same features available. They are both in the luxury SUV segment, and have five-star safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)*. Now, focusing on the differences will let you see how the MDX provides some of the most impressive advantages.


The Lexus RX 350 has room for five-passengers between two rows, but the Acura MDX offers third-row seating for seven passengers. The second row of seats has a power sliding feature to make entry and exit easier for the passengers in the third row. When the seats are folded, the MDX has an overwhelming 90.9 cubic feet of cargo space, compared to the 56.3 cubic feet provided by the RX.


The MDX comes with more standard features than the RX 350 does. A heated steering wheel, second-row climate control, Power Moonroof, and more are standard features that the MDX offers its customers. Using Active Sound Control, the MDX can keep the engine noise out of the cabin for a truly positive experience. These are some of the most important features that drivers are looking for when they decide they are going to purchase a luxury vehicle, by offering them standard, the MDX distinguishes itself from the crowd.

Test Driving the MDX is Easy

Seeing all of the advantages, we are sure you are curious how to get into the MDX for yourself. Your test drive can easily be scheduled at Davis Acura, and we are sure that you will appreciate all of the standard features.


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** Based on current year EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid models only) and other factors.