2020 Acura MDX vs. 2020 INFINITI QX60 Comparison

2020 Acura MDX vs 2020 INFINITI QX60
2020 Acura MDX 2020 INFINITI QX60
Adaptive Cruise Control
  Standard Optional
  Leather Leatherette
Ground Clearance
  7.3 in. 6.5 in.

2020 Acura MDX vs 2020 INFINITI QX60

Serving Memphis, TN

The 2020 Acura MDX does not get significant changes in 2020. However, it still offers impressive performance capabilities, and all the creature comforts and amenities you could need. The latest MDX has three rows of seats with plenty of space for all. It comes equipped with several standard features, including a long list of active driver-assist safety aids. The SUV is also available with an all-wheel-drive that improves handling. All-season tires come standard as well for maximal performance in inclement weather and challenging terrain. The SUV is equipped with a V6 engine that provides swift acceleration with a quick boost of power. One vehicle that Acura competes with is the INFINITI QX60. In contrast to the Acura, the INFINITI offers much less legroom, fewer standard features (which translates to less value), and less performance-oriented design.


Overall, the 2020 Acura MDX offers exceptional value. The 2020 MDX is available in four trim levels. The base trim comes standard with several features. Inside, it gets power-operated front seats with driver memory settings. The front seats are heated for additional comfort and convenience. Leather upholstery comes standard, which is a rarity for an entry-level model. The base trim also gets a three-zone climate control system, auto-dimming rearview mirror, a seven-inch infotainment display screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and an eight-speaker sound system. The 2020 INFINITI QX60, in contrast, has fewer standard features. The base trim gets simulated leather for seating material, but you have to pay extra for leather seats. Driver-memory settings are only standard on higher-end trims or through packages.


When it comes to performance and handling, the 2020 Acura MDX leaves its competitors in the dust. The 2020 MDX comes standard with a 3.5L engine that has six cylinders. This engine produces just under 300 HP (290 total) and 267 LB-FT of torque. It is joined with a nine-speed automatic transmission. This engine can be paired with either an all-wheel-drive or front-wheel drive. The Sport Hybrid is available with all-wheel drive. It also comes with a smaller 3.0L V6 engine that uses a combination of a gasoline engine and electric motor for a power output of 321 HP. The INFINITI has one engine, which produces up to 295 HP. You have to add on an all-wheel-drive with all models.


Inside, the Acura MDX impresses with a standard seven-inch display screen, leather seats, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. Three spacious rows of seats easily accommodate all, while an abundance of safety features keeps everyone safe. With the INFINITI, you pay more for features that come standard in the Acura, such as leather seats.

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* Shown: MDX with Advance Package in Lunar Silver Metallic. Starting at $56,250. Prices shown are Acura suggested retail prices only and do not include taxes, license or destination and handling charge. Destination & Handling charge for sedans (excluding PMC Edition) and SUVs (excluding PMC Edition) is $1,025.00. Destination & Handling charge for PMC Edition models and NSX is $1,995.00. Acura vehicle accessory costs, labor and installation vary. Dealers set their own prices. Please consult your selected dealer.