2025 Acura MDX Type S Starting Price Rises Nearly $7K to $76k

The 2025 Acura MDX has undergone a minor refresh, and the company has just released the new pricing for the entire lineup.

While most versions see a slight price increase, ranging from $750 to $2355 compared to last year, the high-

performance MDX Type S now starts at $76,300—nearly $7,000 more than before.

Why the big jump in price? The 355-horsepower Type S now includes the previously optional Advance package as standard.

This means it comes loaded with luxurious features like 16-way power-adjustable front seats with massage functions, a head-up-

display, a heated steering wheel and second-row seats, Milano leather upholstery, and a surround-view camera system.

For the rest of the MDX lineup, here are the new starting prices: Base model: $52,250 (up $750) Technology model: $57,650 (up $1905)

A-Spec: $62,850 (up $1405) Advance: $67,350 (up $2355) All MDX models now feature a redesigned front end, a new 12.3-

inch touchscreen that does away with the tricky touchpad, more interior storage space, and an improved wireless charging pad.

The 2025 MDX A-Spec also gets some exciting updates. It now shares a similar front fascia with the Type S and has new-

grille mesh, black body trim, and updated 20-inch wheels. For the first time, you can pair the A-Spec with the Advanced package, starting at $69,350.

This combo includes many high-end features from the Type S, such as quilted leather seats and massaging front seats.

In summary, the 2025 Acura MDX lineup offers more features and stylish upgrades, making it an even more attractive choice for luxury SUV enthusiasts.

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