2011 Acura ZDX has been upgraded with a less expensive price that is $ 2000 and has been adapted by using magneto-rheological suspension, and Used on numerous Corvetter models. Part of this machine also was upgraded by using a three-Hundred horsepower, fuel economy at 16 MPG city 22 MPG on highway Eden, 3.7-liter VTEC engine V5.
Although it is not incredibly fast, the speed of zero to sixty time of 6.7 seconds ZDX positions of the square in the middle of the pack. A six-speed automatic transmission is available with the option to shift manually. An active air bags and head restraints and a Collision Warning System complete the safety package from bracket. Acura ZDX supported with a solid 4 years, fifty thousand mile warranty.
New 2011 Acura ZDX might be appropriately described as a case of déjà vu all over again. Very little changes from the 2010 model of the classy, sleekly-styled, four-door luxury sedan. The styling doesn’t stop with the design either, as the ZDX is overloaded with great features like 19-inch tires and wheels, USB audio hook-ups, Bluetooth, XM Satellite Radio, a power tailgate and a panoramic glass roof.
The original, stock set-up is a decent compromise–probably the best for all-around driving. The ZDX is light on its feet, too, belying the 4400 pound curb weight. The drive is smooth and the braking is sure and even, eliminating any uncertainties. Outfitted for curly country roads and snow-saturated passes, the ZDX is at home in the tough stuff. That’s when the ZDX’s hybrid combination of SUV and luxury car are most apparent. Although the suspension can be upgraded to make the ZDX behave and feel more like a sports car, there seems little point to that, when it is more accurately portrayed as a hidden hybrid. A major ZDX safety gizmo is the optional Collision Management Braking System (CMBS), which uses proximity sensors built into the front of the vehicle to detect an impending crash, warn the driver – and if the driver fails to respond by braking, will begin to apply the brakes automatically.
Raise the liftgate and you’ll find about 56 cubes of cargo capacity – plus three very nicely finished hidden cubbies (one in the floor, underneath a cover supported by gas-charged struts; the other two on the side panels). It’s not as much room as in the MDX (83.5 cubic feet) but it’s very close to the X6 (60 cubic feet) and Infiniti FX (62 cubic feet). This is not small by any means, either. Keep in mind that a current full-size car such as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan only has a a 16 cubic foot trunk. So while the ZDX may not have as much cargo space as a large crossover SUV like the MDX, it nonetheless has almost four times as much cargo capacity as an S-Class Benz.