29 Nov '17, 11pm

2017 Acura MDX Sport #Hybrid Review: Living up to its name

Acura's dashboard tech doesn't really give me the excites, either. There is no support for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and the system itself is at least five years old, a lifetime in computer years. The MDX features an LCD upper screen, displaying navigation, phone and stereo information, all controlled by a dial and a set of buttons. Below is a larger touchscreen that also shows phone and audio information, but no navigation. Why Acura feels two screens are better is beyond me. Most other manufacturers can pack all the information on one screen, and there is no reason Acura can't do so as well. The 2018 MDX will get a tech upgrade, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but I have yet to experience it

Full article: https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/auto/2017-acura-mdx-sport-h...

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