|Nov 20, 2009
||Posted By: Alex Navrotski
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Acura has released pricing and options for their all-new (and very slick) four-door sports coupe, the ZDX. The ZDX made a splash when it debuted during last year's auto show season, and we're looking forward to taking a closer look at the production version at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show.
All ZDX models have a 3.7-liter VTEC V-6 with 300 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque, Acura's "Super Handling All-Wheel Drive," and the world's longest panoramic glass roof. The Technology Package adds a navigation system with a full VGA display and voice recognition, real-time weather, radar maps and traffic with rerouting, a multi-view rear camera, an upgrade to a 415-watt audio system with a built in hard drive, climate control, and keyless entry with push button ignition. The Advance Package does one better, tacking on a new blind spot information system, adaptive cruise control, a collision mitigating braking system, IDS active damper system, heated and ventilated front seats, and some upgraded detailing.
MSRP on the ZDX is $45,495 ($49,995 with the Technology Package, $56,045 with the Advance Package) and it gets an EPA estimated 16/23 miles to the gallon. Look for it at Acura dealerships on December 15, or check it out at the Chicago Auto Show starting February 12.