- The Washington Times - Friday, December 4, 2009

The all-new 2010 ZDX four-door sports coupe is set to go on sale at Acura dealerships on Dec. 15 with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price starting at $45,495, plus a destination and handling charge of $810.

Designed, developed and manufactured in North America, the ZDX has already generated a tremendous amount of excitement since its world debut at the New York Auto Show in April, thanks to its stunning coupelike styling combined with flexible utility, a commanding presence and outstanding performance.

“Acura dealers are seeing strong interest from customers for the ZDX well before its official on-sale date,” said Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. “The ZDX is like nothing you have ever seen before from Acura.”

The ZDX will be available in three trim packages, the well-equipped ZDX; ZDX with Technology Package; and the ZDX with Advance Package. Highlights of standard features on the ZDX include the world’s longest panoramic glass roof, concealed rear door handles, and a hand-stitched leather dash, center console and door panels. Powering every ZDX is a 3.7-liter VTEC V-6 that generates 300 horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of torque while achieving a class-leading EPA-rated city/highway fuel economy of 16/23 mpg. Standard on every ZDX is Acura’s exclusive Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system that provides outstanding handling as well as excellent all-season capability.

The ZDX with Technology Package adds an Acura Navigation System with voice recognition, AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic with traffic rerouting, AcuraLink Real-Time Weather with radar image maps, a full VGA display screen and an innovative new multiview rear camera. Additionally, the technology package includes an upgraded Acura/ELS Surround 415-watt premium audio system with a built-in 15-gigabyte hard disk drive media storage system (that allows the ZDX owner to download and store up to 3,500 songs), a GPS-linked, solar-sensing, dual-zone automatic climate control system and keyless access system (with Smart Entry and push button ignition).

In addition to the features found in the technology package, the advance package adds several premium technologies including a new blind-spot information system, adaptive cruise control, collision mitigating braking system, an integrated dynamic system active damper system, heated and ventilated front seats with perforated milano premium leather seating surfaces, premium brushed tricot headliner material and a sport steering wheel.


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