Here’s How Much the 2024 Acura ZDX Will Cost

Jackson Wheeler
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  • Acura is revealing more details about its first all-electric crossover—the 2024 Acura ZDX.
  • With two different trims and the option for single or dual electric motors, the two-row ZDX is set to cost $60,000 to $70,000.
  • Prospective buyers can make reservations now only through Acura’s website and will benefit from exclusive access to Acura-sponsored events.

Unveiled during the marketing chaos that is Monterey Car Week, Acura proudly but subtly announced its first battery-electric model—the 2024 Acura ZDX. Slotting into the Acura family between the RDX and MDX, the ZDX represents a significant step forward for Honda as a whole.

Based on General Motors’ Ultium architecture, the ZDX sports a 102-kWh battery regardless of trim, though the A-Spec variant and ZDX Type S differ significantly. Acura says the A-Spec will produce 340 hp in single- or dual-motor configuration, while the Type S boasts 500 hp sent through all four wheels.

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While the body dimensions of the ZDX are shorter than the MDX, its wheelbase is 8 inches longer.


Range figures are advertised as high as 325 miles for single-motor variants or as low as 288 miles for lead-footed, dual-motor ZDX drivers. Price is just as important as range figures, however, and the two-row ZDX is set to compete in the most crowded electric segment.

The 2024 ZDX A-Spec will start in the $60,000 range for single-motor models, and the dual-motor version will be priced similarly. While Acura didn’t provide specific pricing details for the AWD A-Spec variant, performance-oriented buyers should get their wallets ready for the ZDX Type S.

That’s because Acura claims the Type S variant will start around $70,000, making it comparably priced to a Genesis Electrified GV70, Tesla Model Y, or Audi Q8 e-tron. But first-time buyers of the ZDX will receive a few special perks beyond driving the first battery-electric Honda crossover.

Namely, Acura’s Energy Key Card will come standard for ZDX reservation holders. This key card will allow prospective owners to attend national Acura-sponsored events like the 2024 Sundance Film Festival and the 2024 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.

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The Acura ZDX Energy Card in all its mysterious shading.


Acura will also offer three different charging packages, allowing owners to dictate their home versus public charging needs. With a branded Level II home charger, ZDX owners will benefit from a $500 installation credit and a $100 charging credit. However, a portable charging kit is also available and comes with a $250 installation and $300 charging credit.

If localized charging isn’t a reality for your housing situation, Acura also offers $750 in public charging credits as an alternative. With 190 kW of DC fast charging available, taking advantage of public fast chargers could very well minimize the time spent charging the ZDX.

All ZDX reservations will be taken online through Acura’s new, omni-channel digital sales process. Simply log on to Acura’s ZDX reservation page, select your preferred trim, and pay a refundable deposit of $1000. Initial deliveries of the ZDX will happen early in 2024, Acura says.

Notably, the ZDX will come alongside the 2024 Honda Prologue, another Ultium-based, electric Honda crossover. Prologue pricing is rumored to start around $48,000, marking the performance and luxury differences found in Acura’s ZDX. The tempered introduction of these two EV crossovers signals the true start of Honda’s electrified future, and we’re eager to try them out.

At what point do you think the additional weight of a heavy battery pack diminishes the performance value of an EV? Please share your thoughts below.

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A New York transplant hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Emmet White has a passion for anything that goes: cars, bicycles, planes, and motorcycles. After learning to ride at 17, Emmet worked in the motorcycle industry before joining Autoweek in 2022. The woes of alternate side parking have kept his fleet moderate, with a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta GLI and a 2003 Honda Nighthawk 750 street parked in his South Brooklyn community.

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