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.
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