Acura has announced pricing for its all-new 2010 ZDX. The crossover will have a starting sticker price of $46,305, including $810 for delivery.
First seen last April at the New York Auto Show, the ZDX was designed, developed and will be manufactured in North America. Acura only offers the crossover with a 300-hp, 3.7-liter V-6, a six-speed automatic, and all-wheel-drive. Still, the ZDX returns a respectable 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway.
Only one ZDX model is offered, so if you want to add some extra content, you’ll have to look to the two available packages. The Technology Package adds navigation, an upgraded 415-watt sound system, dual zone climate control, and keyless ignition, and brings the base price up to $50,805.
For the ultimate ZDX, opt for the Advance Package. In addition to the features found in the Technology Package, the Advanced Package adds some nifty safety equipment, including adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection system, and a collision-avoiding braking system. Advanced Package models also receive upgraded seating with Milano leather trim, a sports steering wheel, heated seats, and a brushed tricot headliner.
A ZDX with the Advanced Package will run $56,855, and like all other ZDX models, will reach U.S. dealers by December 15.