Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp

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Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp overview

A stylish Acura MDX II rapid body - is a fashionable combination of simple surfaces and sharp edges. And once it is clear that this is Honda heirloom there: MDX at the same time similar to the CR-V, and HR-V, and the new Civic. Some refer to it as RX300, but the MDX is actually about 20cm length and 15 wider and higher. Dimensions are almost like a minivan Honda Odyssey / Shuttle, on platform of which it is built. There are three rows of seat in the machine (seven full seats). Honda, that is, Acura MDX cast as a hybrid SUV and minivans. And not without reason. Full power transmission is equipped with the electronic system VTM (Variable Torque Management), which is due to deterioration of road conditions smoothly connects the rear axle. The car seems larger from inside than the outside, which is a contribute of a sense of large windows and high ceilings. Very appropriate tubular thresholds to facilitate access to the salon. The MDX "sits" high as a serious off-roader. More specs and service manual for Acura MDX II 3.7i you can see in next review.

Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp

Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp specifications

General information
Body type Crossover
Doors: 5
Seats: 5/7
Curb weight: 2070 kg

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 3664ccm
Power: 300hp
Torque: 373Nm
Type of food injector
Engine Location Front, transversely
Gas mechanism DOHC
Location/number of cylinders: V6
Valves per cylinder 4

Chassis and dimensions
Length, mm 4844
Width, mm 1994
Height 1732 mm
Wheelbase mm 2750
Type front suspension damper strut
Type rear suspension Longitudinal lever
Size of tires 255/55 R18
Power steering

Transmission type
Type Full standing
Number of transmissions (avtomat. box) 5
Braking system
Front ventilated disc brakes
Rear brake disc
Brake Assist

Fuel consumption
Urban cycle, l. 100km: 13,9
Fuel tank capacity: 80L

Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp
Acura MDX II 3.7i AWD 300hp

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