2019 Acura MDX Vs. 2019 Buick Enclave Comparison

Quicker is Better

It shouldn't be surprising that the MDX proved the quickest and most agile of the group. Just stare at it-it looks fast and athletic, with its shield-of-armor grille, flared fenders, and raked D-pillar. Under the hood resides the largest, most potent engine of the group: a 300-horse, 3.7-liter single-cam V-6 with a heady 11.0:1 compression ratio and VTEC variable valve timing. Mated to a seamless five-speed manumatic, the robust six turned the 4591-pound MDX (the lightest of the three) into the sprinter of the set. Indeed, from 0 to 60 and through the quarter mile, the Acura was nearly a half second ahead of the others and almost a full tick quicker through the figure eight. Lateral acceleration? Hold on, because the MDX will deliver 0.86 g of grip-that's sport-sedan territory-thanks in part to 55-series Michelins and an active damper system that can be switched from supple comfort to taut sport mode at the press of a button. Braking? Equally impressive, with 60 mph erased in only 121 feet-again, sport-sedan country. For context, a Lexus IS 350 is good for 0.85 g and 60 to 0 in 121 feet.

Source : http://www.trucktrend.com/truck-reviews/163-0803-acura-mdx-gmc-acadia-mazda-cx-9/

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