2014 Acura MDX: Up Close

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Accessing the third row only requires the press of a button to automatically slide the second row forward — a standard feature on all MDXs. Stepping into the third row is easier with an additional 3 inches of width from the rear-door opening and a drop of 2 inches from the step-in height, but it isn’t as painless as in other three-row SUVs, like the 2014 Toyota Highlander we just checked out. Against luxury SUVs like the Infiniti JX and Audi Q7, the MDX should be even more competitive with the added dimensions.

The current MDX is no slouch as far as interior quality, and buyers should be happy that the 2014 appears similar to the old version.

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