2020 Acura MDX PMC Edition Pricing Starts At $63,745

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, Automotive Editor - February 3, 2020

Normal, regular passenger vehicles aren’t handbuilt. That kind of exclusivity is reserved for high-performance vehicles and ultra-luxurious cars. But Acura's been trying something different with its lineup by hand-building a few models. The latest vehicle from Acura’s Performance Manufacturing Center that’s located in Marysville, Ohio is the Acura MDX PMC Edition, and it will start at $63,745 including destination.

The MDX PMC Edition joins the TLX PMC Edition, which came out last July. Just like with the TLX and Acura’s NSX supercar, the MDX PMC Edition is handbuilt and features a handful of unique touches that you won’t find on a regular MDX. Speaking of the regular MDX, pricing for the PMC Edition is $18,220 more than a base MDX and $2,470 more than a fully-loaded MDX with the Technology, Entertainment, and Advance packages.

Acura MDX

Beyond being handbuilt, the MDX PMC Edition gets a few special touches that you won’t find on the regular MDX. Like the other PMC Edition, there’s an incredible Valencia Red Pearl paint scheme that’s applied in multiple stages at the NSX factory. The paint job is accented by a smattering of black features, like 20-inch black wheels, a black roof panel, black exterior mirrors, black door handles, and a black grille. Even the lug nuts are black.

The interior gets its fair share of unique features, too. Black Milano leather upholstery with Alcantara inserts, red stitching, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, metal-finished paddle shifters, and A-Spec badges are on the inside.

Interestingly, the MDX PMC Edition also gives consumers another way to get into a unique MDX. The special edition is offered with the A-Spec and Advanced packages, which isn’t available for the regular MDX. With the regular MDX, the A-Spec package is only available with the Technology package.

Consumers interested in getting one of these MDX PMC Editions should act quickly, as only 300 units will be built for the U.S. The SUV will arrive in dealerships at the beginning of February.

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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