The Acura MDX gets a mid-cycle makeover for 2025. America’s best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all time debuted in 2000 and since then more than 1.2 million vehicles have been sold. Its popularity is undeniable and Acura fans will likely rejoice with the updates for 2025.

Its new, more aggressive front end gives it a bolder look. Inside, its cabin boasts a 12.3-inch touchscreen with Google built-in and Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard.

The center console has also been redesigned which offers more storage and Acura fans may be relieved to learn the former, often difficult to use, touchpad is gone.

The 2025 Acura MDX also offers new advanced safety and driver assistance features; including active lane change which essentially means the MDX will complete a full lane change for you.

Further enhancing your experience behind the wheel- upper trim levels offer a premium sound system by Bang & Olufsen with 19 or 31 speakers.

For 2025, no changes have been made to the powertrain. The drive is still smooth yet sporty. The Acura MDX continues to be powered by a 3.5 liter V6 producing 290 horsepower. And the Acura MDX Type S is still powered by a 3.0 liter Turbo V6 producing 355 horsepower.

The 2025 Acura MDX starts at just under $51,000. We’ll have more details on the 2025 MDX soon on MotorWeek.