Which Acura Has Third-Row Seating?

The Acura MDX is the only Acura vehicle that offers third-row seating. It provides enough room for six or seven passengers depending on the trim you select.

When bigger families shop for new cars, one of their major concerns is if they’ll be enough seating for everyone in the vehicle they want. Many automakers these days, including Acura, are designing vehicles to have a convenient third row of seats in SUVs and minivans. This allows larger families to take all their belongings with them when they travel and makes sure everyone in the family has a proper seat. Even if a family has three kids, the third row of seats offers much more cargo space and passenger volume so all passengers are comfortable and everyone’s belongings can be stored.

Third-Row Acura MDX

The base level Acura MDX has seating for seven, with two bench seats for the second and third rows. If a customer opts for the Advance Package, this trim level provides two captain’s chairs in the second row instead of a bench, reducing the total seating capacity to six instead of seven. Furthermore, when the Advanced Package is combined with the Entertainment Package, the second row returns to a bench seat.

The front seats for the driver and passenger are comfortable and supportive, featuring leather upholstery and a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat (8-way adjustable for the passenger). Both front seats are also heated. If customers opt for the captain’s chairs in the second row, both seats can slide back and forth to adjust legroom as needed. Access to the third row is easy with just the touch of a button that lets the second row of seats slide forward.


Contact us at Pohanka Acura to test drive a brand new Acura MDX and discover all the amenities inside this third-row SUV.

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