2010 Acura ZDX Pricing Announced
The new 2010 Acura ZDX is going on sale in just a few weeks, starting December 15. The starting price will be $45,495 with an additional $810 destination and handling charge.
The MDX-based luxury crossover will be sold in three trim levels: base ZDX, ZDX with Technology Package (priced at $49,995), and ZDX with Advance Package ($56,045). All models, including the base ZDX, come with attractive features such as a long panoramic glass roof, hand-stitched leather, an all-wheel drive, and a 300-hp 3.7-liter VTEC V6.
The additional $4,500 on the Technology Package accounts for the navigation system with voice recognition, 415-watt audio system, multi-view rear camera, dual-zone automatic climate control system, real-time traffic and weather, and a push-button start.
The $56,046 Advance Package is further equipped with adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, heated front seats, an active suspension system, a sport steering wheel, and a collision avoidance system.
Don't expect prices to go down anytime soon on the 2010 Acura ZDX; it'll take at least a few months before discounts appear on this new model.
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