2023 Acura MDX vs. 2023 Infiniti QX60
Competition is fierce in the luxury SUV segment between these two manufacturers. You may be having difficulty choosing which one you’ll take home. This is understandable as these SUVs are considerably closely matched when you try and compare them with the naked eye.
The 2023 Acura MDX and the Infiniti QX6 have slight differences when you inspect them closely. In this review, we’ll tell you precisely the advantages of each so you can make an informed decision.
Trims and Pricing
The Acura MDX is available in six trims: the MDX ($59,300), Tech ($63,300), A-Spec ($66,300), Platinum Elite ($70,300), Type S ($80,400) and the Type S Ultra ($84,400).
The 2023 Infiniti QX6 can be purchased in four models: the Pure AWD ($56,895), Luxe AWD ($61,395), Sensory AWD ($66,995) and the Autograph AWD ($69,995).
Engines and Performance
The MDX can be purchased in two engine types. The MDX, Tech, A-Spec and Platinum Elite is equipped with a V6 3.5-litre Direct Injection 10-speed automatic engine, which has 267 pound-feet of torque and 290 horsepower. If more power is what you’re after, you may want to consider any of the upper trims that come standard with the V6 Direct Injection engine (with 354 pound-feet of torque and 355 horsepower).
The advanced Super Handling All-wheel Drive system available in all models provides exceptional traction on icy terrain, assisting you in driving in these conditions. The Type S models have Brembo brakes installed on the front wheels for improved stopping power. The MDX will give you a maximum hauling capacity of 2,268 kilograms.
The QX6 is available in only one engine type. You’ll be able to purchase all trims in a V6 Direct INjection 3.5-litre engine (270 pound-feet of torque and 295 horsepower. This SUV has a maximum towing capacity of 2,722 kilograms.
Technology and Interior
The interior of the Acura MDX screams quality and luxury with the perfect blend of advanced technology throughout. All models are fitted with a panoramic sunroof, tri-zone climate control, faux leather seat covers, heated front seats, smartphone integration with wireless connectivity, a 31.24cm infotainment touchscreen, display, a nine-speaker sound system, WiFi hotspot and USB ports in the front; and in the second row, there is wireless charging. All upper trims have upgrades, including ambient cabin lighting, a navigation system, rear window shades, leather seats and an ELS 12-speaker sound system.
The Infiniti QX6 comes standard with a heated steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof, smartphone integration, leather seat covers in the first and second rows and a 31.24cm infotainment touchscreen. Upper trims have an additional navigation system, ventilated seats in the front and a power-adjustable steering wheel.
Arrange to Take a Test Drive at Acura Monton
Call Acura Moncton today to arrange a test drive at your earliest convenience. Experience the first-class luxury, comfort, advanced technology and driver-safety aids of the 2023 Acura MDX firsthand. One of our friendly Acura sales representatives will take your call right away to answer any questions you may have about this magnificent SUV.