A side by side comparison between the 2014 Acura MDX and the 2014 Audi Q7 3.0T Premium reveals stark differences and reveals that the overall better buy is the 2014 Acura MDX. Acura MDX’s stunning interior is only surpassed by its stellar performance and best in class safety standards.
The Acura MDX also has a clear advantage over the Audi Q7 when it comes to fuel economy. The Acura MDX has an average of 20 mpg (City) and 28 mpg (Highway) while the Audi has a mere 16 mpg (City) and 22 (Highway).
Acura also supports its customers with its top of class Powertrain Warranty at 72 months/70000 miles, while Audi only has a Powertrain Warranty of 48 months/50000 miles.
Comfort and Convenience
Acura truly values its customers and so provides many features standard on the MDX that costs a great deal of money to upgrade to in the Audi Q7, including rear heating and air conditioning controls, memory adjustments for the driver side (mechanical/delayed locking, automatic headlights, outdoor mirrors, steering wheel and seat), a power moonroof, memory steering column, automatic tilt away column, rear-view camera, speed sending interval wipers, telematics, a third row split bench seat, LED headlights, push start ignition, and even armrest storage.
The conclusion is clear, there is no comparison between the Acura MDX and the Audi Q7, the Acura MDX has a better value, offers more for your money, has better gas mileage, and retains its value longer. The Acura MDX is a superior vehicle in every way, and you deserve this mechanical masterpiece.
“Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only), and other factors.”