After an incredible 4 model years. Way to go, Acura!
To compare the ZDX to the Pontiac Aztek is an insult to the Aztek (which at least offered rear passenger and cargo space).
Acura ZDX to be discontinued after 2013 model year
By: Graham Kozak on 10/10/2012
If you're in the market for a new Acura ZDX, consider heading to a dealership soon: Acura has announced that they will discontinue the crossover after the 2013 model year.
The all-wheel drive ZDX, which shares a platform with the more conventional Acura MDX, will reportedly sign off with a “single, value-added package.” In other words, the crossover will only be sold in one configuration—which happens to be heavily loaded with luxury features including 10-speaker surround sound, an eight-inch display with integrated rearview camera system and heated, ventilated front seats.
Safety-oriented technology like forward-collision warning and lane-departure-warning systems will make their ZDX debut as well. Mild exterior updates include a redesigned (if still beak-like) grille, and refreshed front and rear bumpers.
The 2013 Acura ZDX will hit lots Oct. 19. Expect to pay $51,815 for the crossover once the destination charges have been tacked on.
Read the full press release below for a full list of features.