The compact RDX slots below the popular MDX serving as an entry-level SUV for Acura. The RDX is roughly the same as the Honda CR-V but includes upscale features like leather seating and HID lights as standard equipment. A turbocharged 240-bhp 2.3L I-4 turbo routes power to the SH-AWD system via a 5-speed automatic with sequential manual control. Although competitors offer six-cylinder engines, the turbocharged engine with a high torque rating of 260 lb.-ft. should catch the attention of performance-oriented buyers. An optional 410-watt 10-speaker audio system will play DVD-Audio discs through eight separate channels. Safety features include four airbags, plus two side-curtain airbags.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|RDX ||2.3l I4 T (240-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||$32,895|
|RDX ||2.3l I4 T (240-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$34,895|
|RDX Technology Package ||2.3l I4 T (240-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||$35,995|
|RDX Technology Package ||2.3l I4 T (240-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$37,995|