2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Acura MDX

2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Acura MDX

2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Acura MDX
Serra Lifetime Warranty (Learn More) X
Serra Platinum Package (Learn More) X
Toyota Care X
Toyota Safety Sense X
$34,810 Base MSRP $44,200
278 lb-ft Engine Torque 267 lb-ft
Standard Navigation Available
47.2 cu. ft. Cargo Space 14.9 cu. ft.


The most valuable car isn't always the most expensive one. In the modern automotive market, many consumers are currently trying to figure out if they can afford a luxury vehicle or, more importantly, if they need one at all. You've probably heard people say things like, "Sure, a run-of-the-mill car is fine, but there's just something about luxury!"

Well, from your friends at Toyota of Decatur, the only thing that separates luxury vehicles from the rest of the pack is an unnecessary and often ridiculous markup in price. If anyone says that you 'settled' for a Toyota SUV, then they clearly haven't seen our 2018 Toyota Sequoia vs 2018 INFINITI QX80 comparison. Take an in-depth look at the chart above.

Main Differences – Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Acura MDX


If someone can afford a 2018 Acura MDX, then why would they choose a 2018 Toyota 4Runner instead? After all, with a price gap of nearly $10,000 between them, the more expensive model must be the better value, right? Wrong. For starters, the 2018 4Runner delivers a more dynamic driving experience with its next-level torque rating, which is clearly a step above that of the MDX. This, however, is only the beginning.

With such a ridiculous difference in pricing, one would think that the Acura MDX can match and exceed all of the features in the Toyota 4Runner, right? Again, one would be wrong. Standard in every model of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner, you and your crew will access to a navigation system that's sure to help you get from Point A to Point B as conveniently as possible.

Lastly, the biggest difference between these two SUVs—aside from the nearly-$10,000 divide—is the cargo space in each model. The 2018 Acura MDX kicks things off with 14.9 cubic feet to work with. The 2018 Toyota 4Runner sees this and then raises the bar three times higher, as it can accommodate over 47 cubic feet of luggage, gear, etc.

With all of that newfound knowledge in mind, countless SUV shoppers concur that the 2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Acura MDX comparison ends in a landslide victory for one of these lucky cars. Can you guess which one?

2018 Toyota 4Runner Sunroof Halfway Open
2018 Toyota 4Runner Liftgate Up and Rear Full of Cargo
2018 Toyota 4Runner Touchscreen Interface
2018 Toyota 4Runner Front Cabin

 

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