Acura is recalling over 106,000 examples of the 2014-2015 Acura MDX in the US because the bolts holding a part of the air conditioning system could break. In the heat of the summer, losing the AC could be quite irritating.
2014 Acura MDX
- Chris Bruce
- Jun 11, 2015
Acura is recalling 19,502 examples of the MDX and RLX because the Collision Mitigation Braking System can activate without warning. The fix is a software update.
- Brandon Turkus
- Dec 13, 2013
Acura is recalling nearly 20,000 of its 2014 MDX crossovers fitted with all-wheel drive over driveshaft concerns. The affected vehicles were built between May 6, 2013 and October 14, 2013, and have bolts that attach the driveshaft to the transmission that may not have been tightened properly.
- Jeffrey N. Ross
- Jun 24, 2013
Realizing that it must spend more marketing dollars to compete with the more established luxury automakers, Acura is preparing to launch its most expensive ad campaign ever for its redesigned 2014 MDX. At $78 million, according to Advertising Age, the new "Made for Mankind" campaign that kicks off next month is exactly double what Acura spent on the 2013 RDX launch last year. It's also the brand's first cooperation with its new agency, Boston- and Los-Angeles-based Mullen Advertising. Thanks to
- Steven J. Ewing
- May 31, 2013
The fully redesigned 2014 MDX goes on sale in July, and Acura has now confirmed that its largest crossover will be priced at $42,290 (*plus $895 for destination). Unlike previous MDX models, Acura will offer the 2014 model with both front- and all-wheel drive (the automaker's fantastic Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive, at that), and this base price is for the standard, two-wheel-drive MDX model. At the base level, this new pricing represents a $990 decrease over the outgoing, AWD-only 2013 model.
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