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Acura MDX Touch Up Paint

Acura MDX Touch Up Paint

Acura MDX Touch Up Paint

Got Paint Scratches on Your Acura MDX?

Do you drive an Acura MDX? Did it get some scratches or dents on it?

You’ve come to the right place because we carry touch up paint that’s compatible with Acura MDX and every other Acura models.

And the best part? Touching up the paint on your Acura MDX is an easy do-it-yourself project, and it gets easier when you use one of our touch up paint kits.

You don’t have to spend a lot of time watching YouTube videos or reading how-to pages, either. All our Acura MDX touch up paint kits include detailed written instructions — guides so easy that even a child could touch up a few small scratches and make your Acura MDX look brand new again.

Our Acura MDX touch up paint is backed by our Color Match Guarantee.

Acura MDX Touch Up Paint Colors

We offer superior touch up paint kits to help you bring your Acura MDX back to life. Simply select your Acura MDX color below to view available touch up paint kits.

Apex Blue Pearl

Code: B-621P

Aspen White Pearl

Code: NH-677P

Bali Blue Pearl

Code: B-552P

Black Copper Pearl

Code: YR-601P

Crystal Black Pearl

Code: NH-731P

Dark Cherry Pearl

Code: R-529P

Deep Mahogany Pearl

Code: YR-530P

Fathom Blue Pearl

Code: B-576P

Formal Black

Code: NH-707

Grigio Metallic

Code: NH-736M

Gunmetal Metallic

Code: PB-88M

Mesa Beige Metallic

Code: YR-520M

Mocha Metallic

Code: YR-573M

Palladium Metallic

Code: NH-743M

Redrock Pearl

Code: R-519P

Sage Brush Pearl

Code: NH-662P

San Marino Red

Code: R-94

Sandstone Metallic

Code: YR-542M

Taffeta White

Code: NH-578

Tiger Eye Pearl

Code: YR-594P

White Diamond Pearl

Code: NH-603P

White Orchid Pearl

Code: NH-788P


The Acura MDX (Multi-Dimensional Luxury) was produced by Honda under its Acura luxury nameplate in 2000. It is a mid-size three-row luxury crossover and according to Honda, it was the best-selling crossover of all time. 

The Acura MDS was the first crossover with third-row seating. It shares a platform with Honda Pilot which has a seven or eight seating configuration. When the car was launched in the 2001 model year, it replaced the US-only body-on-frame SLX and the Honda Horizon in Japan in 2003. 


First Generation 2000

The first generation was derived from the Global mid-sized platform that was also used in Honda Accord, Acura TL and, Odyssey and TSX. All are powered by a J35A3 3.5-Liter SOHC 24 valve V6 with VTEC. The cargo floor of the Acura MDX can be flipped up to provide additional seats to hold up to 7 passengers. 

The car has an automatic four-wheel-drive system that activates during wheel slippage and off-the-line acceleration. Additional features such as a lock mode that can be used in low speeds, provide permanent 4wd and locked rear differential. In order to increase fuel efficiency and reduce drivetrain noise, the car utilizes the front-wheel drive during normal cruising. 

Updates such as an improved engine that produces 20hp more than the previous was done in 2003. In 2004, the single tailpipes were replaced by dual pipes, new headlights, taillights, and wheels were added as well. 

Second Generation 2006

The second generation was introduced in the New York International Auto Show in 2006. It showed a redesigned Acura MDX with a wider track and longer wheelbase but with a more subtle rear. 

The unit body was engineered with Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering, a body structure that is designed to absorb energy from collisions. The engine upgraded to a 3.7-Liter V6 rated at 300hp. The drive system was replaced to SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) that was first introduced in 2005.

Third Generation 2013

The third generation of the Cura MDX was unveiled in the 2013 North American International Auto Show. the new MDX model has a 3.5-Liter direct injected Earth Dreams V^ with Variable Cylinder Management. 

The headlights sport the Acura’s Jewel Eye LED Headlights and each headlamp uses five separate LED sources. 

Fourth Generation 2021

The fourth generation of the Acura MDX was revealed as a prototype in 2020 and went into production in 2021. The powertrains were improved and the engine was available in 3.5-Liter V6 that came with a new 10-speed transmission that was offered for four trims, the base, technology package, A-Spec, and advance package.

Where Is The Acura MDX Built?

The first and second generations of Acura MDX were built in Alliston, Ontario while the third generation was in Lincoln, Alabama, United States. Lastly, the fourth generation is in East Liberty, Ohio, United States.

Acura MDX: Then and Now

You can see from the two photos below, how much the Acura MDX has evolved over the 20 years (2000 to 2020). The first photo is the original 2001 Acura MDX.

This photo shows the 2022 Acura MDX.

Our Acura MDX touch up paint is backed by our Color Match Guarantee.