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2011 Acura MDX - Fuel Economy / MPG

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The 2011 Acura MDX uses more premium gas than the competition, according to the EPA.
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2011 Acura MDX: 16/21 mpg

With just one drivetrain on its plate, the 2011 Acura MDX ranks among the least fuel-efficient luxury crossovers.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rates the MDX at 16/21 mpg. Vehicles like the Lincoln MKT manage 17/22 mpg, and for truly impressive fuel economy, there's always the Toyota Highlander Hybrid, at 28/28 mpg.

The MDX also requires premium fuel.

Acura hasn't announced any plans for more efficient technology for the MDX.


The 2011 Acura MDX uses more premium gas than the competition, according to the EPA.

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