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2010 Acura ZDX Pricing Announced

The luxury division of Japanese carmaker Honda, announced over the weekend pricing for the 2010 Acura ZDX, pending its market release on December 15. In the US, the ZDX wears price tags starting from $45,495, plus a destination and handling charge of $810.

"Acura dealers are seeing strong interest from customers for the ZDX well before its official on-sale date," Jeff Conrad, Acura sales vice president said in a release. "The ZDX is like nothing you have ever seen before from Acura."

The car will be made available in three trim levels, ZDX, ZDX with Technology Package and ZDX with Advance Package. The entry level comes equipped with what Acura calls the "world's longest panoramic glass roof" and concealed rear door handles, hand-stitched leather dash and Super Handling All-Wheel Drive.

The ZDX with Technology Package ($49,995) comes, in addition to the equipment on the ZDX, with Acura Navigation System with Voice Recognition, AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic with Traffic Rerouting, AcuraLink Real-Time Weather, full VGA display screen and multi-view rear camera.

The upper trim and the package it comes with adds Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Collision Mitigating Braking System (CMBS), Integrated Dynamic System (IDS) active damper system, heated and ventilated front seats with Perforated Milano Premium Leather seating surfaces, premium brushed tricot headliner material and a sport steering wheel. It's price at $56,045.

All three trim levels come equipped with the 3.7l SOHC V-6 aluminum alloy engine, developing 300 hp at 6,300 rpm and 270 lb.-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm. Fuel consumption rating for the unit stands at 16 mpg (14.7 l/100km) city and 22 mpg (10.6 l/100km) highway.
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