Which Acura MDX has captain's chairs?

While the Acura MDX is normally outfitted with three rows of seating to accommodate up to seven passengers, drivers who choose the 2019 Acura MDX with Advance Package can drop this luxury SUV's seating capacity back to six passengers and get second row captain's chairs. It's great for folks who don't need that extra middle seat to accommodate their family, and also offers some benefits you might not expect.

First and foremost, choosing the 2019 Acura MDX with Advance package means a bit more comfort for your second-row passengers, be they your children, friends, or even business clients from out of town. Between the two captain's chairs, there's a center console with an arm rest, storage bin, and even cupholders for drinks, making it easy to stretch out, relax, and enjoy the time on a longer family road trip. Plus, with one-touch, smart-slide access functionality, getting your littler ones in and out of the third row is a breeze.

But perhaps the coolest thing about choosing the Acura MDX with captain's chairs is how well-equipped it is for wintertime travel. If you find yourself heading up north for a ski trip, you might just be interested to learn that the second-row captain's chairs are heated, and the center passthrough is great for longer items like skis and snowboards in a pinch. Plus, with tri-zone automatic climate control standard and second-row sunshades added as part of the Advance Package, you and your loved ones can ride in total comfort and get back to truly enjoying your travels.

Of course, there are plenty of other benefits beyond captain's chairs to choosing the 2019 Acura MDX with Advance Package, and we'd love to show them to you in person. Stop in to our showroom at Rick Case Acura today and explore your options with this impeccably crafted three-row luxury SUV.

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