2020 Acura MDX vs Honda Pilot
2020 Acura MDX vs Honda Pilot
Introducing a Handsome SUV
The 2020 Acura MDX boasts striking style, premium amenities, and road-hugging performance. From all-wheel-drive configurations, to comforts like tri-zone climate control, the edgy crossover checks all your boxes. The 2020 Honda Pilot boasts its own version of style, presenting an SUV with subtle styling and safe handling, the 2020 Pilot plays it safe, proving a list of comfortable amenities while you travel.
MDX Style that Says it All
Boasting a design that’s attractive from every angle, the 2020 Acura MDX features a mesmerizing grille set between a pair of Jewel Eye® LED headlights that shine dazzling light on the road ahead. Subtle yet sophisticated In-motion styling travels alongside the body, creating the illusion that the crossover is moving even while its standing still. Handsome available 20-inch wheels emphasize the Acura’s performance pedigree and versatile edge.
The Honda Pilot emphasizes function over fashion, taking efforts to decrease drag with a simple design. The result; an SUV that looks as if it were carved from a single piece of material. Though muted, the Pilot boasts its own version of safe styling that can still turn heads. Cues like LED taillights straddle the rear quarter panel and chrome accents that add to the Pilot’s looks, the 2020 Honda Pilot does its best to keep up with the MDX.
Inside, the MDX boasts premium luxuries and high-grade materials that offer a unique travel experience, no matter the destination. Passengers sit on premium leather seats, while enjoying available tri-zone climate so each journey is made in comfort. Two-person seat memory uses the smart key fobs to remember the preferences of two drivers and adjusts vehicle settings such as seat position, and climate control as you approach. The power moonroof floods the cabin with light, and can retract at the touch of a button to fill the cabin with a cool breeze. The Technology Package adds amenities like a navigation system, and satellite radio. The cargo area boasts massive capability, featuring split 50/50 third-row seats, and 60/40 split second-row seats, the 2020 MDX offers cargo flexibility while providing up to 90 cubic-feet of cargo space.
The Honda Pilot falls in line, offering the usual amenities to make travel comfortable. Second-row captions chair replace bench seats, while first row seats are available with heating and ventilation. A standard sized available moonroof features sky views but is not as expansive as the Acura’s.
Outperforming a Close Friend
The MDX features a 3.5L V6 engine that boasts direct injection, i-VTEC®, and Variable Cylinder Management, the 6-cylinder generates 290 hp and 267lb-ft of torque. Mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission and available in both front, and all-wheel drive, the MDX returns up to an EPA-estimated 27MPG† on the highway.
Boasting the same displacement and drive technologies, the Pilot’s V6 engine generates 10hp less than the MDX, and generates only 262lb-ft of torque. Though mated to 6-speed automatic transmission, the Pilot still manages to achieve the same fuel economy as the MDX; an EPA-estimated 27MPG on the highway.
Your Friendly Spitzer Acura Dealer
If you’re looking for an SUV that can handle all aspects of your life, look no further than the 2020 Acura MDX. Besting its competition on nearly every front, the MDX is the perfect SUV for all of your life’s needs. Come down to the best car dealership McMurray has to offer and make yourself comfortable here at Spitzer Acura McMurray. Not only do we feature a wide range of new, used, and certified pre-owned inventory, but we also feature an incredible service center, along with incredible finance and sales teams. What are you waiting for? Come in to our friendly dealership and test drive the 2020 Acura MDX for sale at Spitzer Acura in McMurray near Pittsburgh.
† Based on model year EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid models only) and other factors. Source: Acura.com