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Honda debuts redesigned Alabama-made Acura MDX

Honda debuted a redesigned 2017 Acura MDX luxury sport utility at the New York International Auto Show, making it the latest in a string of new or updated models joining production lines in Alabama.

The all-new MDX, which will be built at Honda’s manufacturing plant in Talladega County, is expected to arrive in dealer showrooms this summer. The reengineered model features aggressive new styling, advanced-safety technology and an optional hybrid powertrain. It’s the first Acura model to sport the brand’s new “diamond pentagon” grille design.

“MDX is a pillar of the Acura brand, our highest volume model for seven years running, and the best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all time,” John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co., said at Wednesday’s New York auto show unveiling.

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