Easily one of the most controversial designs for 2010, the Acura ZDX looks as though it takes a page from the BMW X6's playbook.
With its sloped roofline, it certainly bears some cues.
Although most people will point to its facade as a key point of interest, we won't because something else interests us; its price.
Starting off just under $45,500, it does not seem to be that bad of a deal. You get: 300-horsepower, all-wheel drive, heated and power seats, rearview camera, two-zone climate control and Bluetooth.
Step it up a notch with the Technology Package, you drop another five large and you get the GPS navigation unit, Smart Entry, multi-view rearview camera, an upgraded sound system and more.
If this does not suffice and you expect more from your ZDX, then you can obtain the Advance Package, which includes: blind spot detection, active cruise control, Collision Mitigation Braking System, six-level heated and cooled front seats, and more.
All of this does not come cheap though at a hefty $56,045, not including the $810 destination charge.
Is this excessive for a car of this trim? Tell us what YOU think in the comments below.
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