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2023 Acura RDX ( Overview )


2023 Acura RDX ( Overview ). HIGHS
– Attractive base price, fun-to-drive chassis, comprehensively equipped from the start.
– Finicky infotainment touchpad, transmission is slow to downshift, cool A-Spec model looks sportier but isn’t.
– The RDX is cheaper than its rivals to start and offers much the same luxury experience, even if its badge doesn’t come with the same prestige.

There’s certainly a lot to like about the RDX. It’s roomy, comfortable and packed with features. On the downside, there isn’t an optional engine upgrade for buyers looking for more power or a hybrid option. Additionally, we’re not terribly fond of the RDX’s infotainment system. Overall, though, the Acura RDX is worth checking out if you’re looking for a good value on a luxury SUV, especially compared to European rivals such as the Audi Q5, Jaguar F-Pace and Mercedes GLC.

– Pros
Roomy cabin and cargo area
Sharp steering and handling
Well-trimmed cabin
Lots of available tech for much less than competitors
– Cons
No choice of powertrain
Options are bundled solely into packages
Touchpad controller can be difficult to use
– What’s new
Two years/24,000 miles of complimentary service added
Three years of AcuraLink remote services are standard
Part of the third RDX generation introduced for 2019
– Overview
Acura’s vehicles have always represented a sort of middle ground between mainstream and luxury vehicles, offering a more premium feel than their Honda counterparts but not as high-brow as something from Mercedes-Benz. That’s still true today, though the 2023 Acura RDX is one of the automaker’s best models yet.


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