|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2014 10:22 AM EDT||
EDMONTON, Alberta, April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Although the Acura brand is often thought of as a luxury vehicle only for the elite, a growing number of Edmonton moms and families are foregoing their traditional minivan for large crossover SUVs such as the 2014 Acura MDX.
The modern mom has an array of duties that carry her from morning to evening with few breaks in between. After a long, busy day, most modern mom's don't have the time or patience to deal with much else, which is one of the reasons the Acura MDX is becoming a go-to choice for busy families. It doesn't require much upkeep, is a strong, sturdy vehicle with a great reputation, and has a host of features to keep everyone quiet, comfy and safe during any commute.
A local Edmonton dealer, West Side Acura, carries the 2014 Acura MDX as a nod to the modern mom in an attempt to thank her and assist her for all she does.
The 2014 Acura MDX has top-of-the-line safety features including a blind spot monitoring information system, parking sensors, voice recognition, collision mitigation braking system, stability assistance system and adaptive cruise control. All of these features speak to different duties the modern mom performs just on her average drive to work, and the makers at Acura took that into account when creating the 2014 MDX. Three rows of seating also means the typical Edmonton mom can easily transport a number of passengers without worry.
The modern Edmonton mom typically does it all, sometimes on her own, and sometimes she has the help of other loved ones. Either way, the Acura MDX offers great features to assist her in any way possible.
To inquire about one of the new vehicles at West Side Acura, interested consumers are encouraged to call the dealership at 780-851-1829 or visit it online at www.westsideacura.com.
Media Contact: Corey Pearson, West Side Acura, 780-851-1829, [email protected]
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