The Acura MDX was a car that really stood out from its peers in the late 1990s.
The MDX had a new front fascia, a more aggressive grille, a new roofline and a rear diffuser.
It also received the largest front trunk in the segment, while it retained the MSE trim level that had been standard on the M4.
With this car, however, you could actually make a case for why the Mdx had become a vehicle that was a little too mainstream.
It had plenty of room for the front seats to lie flat, but it was also the only M-series sedan with a 4.2L V6 engine.
Its twin-turbocharged four-cylinder was a bit on the underwhelming side for a car of its era, but there was a ton of power to go around.
The interior was actually a lot better than what you’d expect, with an array of seats, headrests, and other elements that really made the MDX stand out from the rest of the crowd.
The cabin, meanwhile, was pretty well done.
The instrument cluster was big and colorful and offered a good selection of gauges and dash controls, along with an excellent map.
There were even a few things that really helped make the M-x stand out.
Acura has never been known for producing a good interior for its cars, but that doesn’t mean the MDEX didn’t deliver a really nice interior.
In fact, it’s the best interior in the MX line.
For starters, the seats were plush, and the controls were all easy to use.
The steering wheel had good feedback, and there was even a remote that let you get your phone or other small electronic device set up.
In addition, the Mx MDEZ has a pair of heated seats with a heated dash, and that was definitely a plus.
There’s also a center stack in the middle that offers a better position than you’d find in a traditional SUV.
There are also a few other improvements to the interior that should make it a better car than it was a few years ago.
First off, the driver’s seat is now removable, making it easier to rearrange it for use when you’re on the go.
The seats are also made of a soft leather, which is more comfortable and gives the Mzx more grip.
There is a small, soft steering wheel that can be adjusted for different driving positions, and a larger one is also available.
There have also been some minor cosmetic upgrades, like the addition of a small LED display that can show what is going on in the instrument cluster and in the center stack.
The car’s new seats also come with a set of extra cargo area dividers, which makes the car even more attractive to cargo-carrying passengers.
It’s hard to imagine a more well-appointed interior than this, but we’re not sure that Acura will be selling a more stylish interior for the MDSX than this one.
Check out more of our 2017 reviews of the Acura NSX, NSX Sport, NSR, and XR6, and read our Acura review of the NSX.