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Used Acura RDX

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2015 Acura RDX What's new for 2015? 
2015 Acura RDX

There are no major changes for the 2015 Acura RDX, which is only in its second year as an all-new, 2nd-gen model.

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2014 Acura RDX What's new for 2014? 
2014 Acura RDX

In the wake of last year's complete revamp, the Acura RDX sees no changes of note for 2014.

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2013 Acura RDX What's new for 2013? 
2013 Acura RDX

Outside and in, from the curvy sheet metal to the soft leather interior, to the engine and even transmission, the RDX is all new for 2013. Acura's goal was to make the RDX a more viable choice for professionals in their early 30s who value comfort over sportiness, and who will eventually need extra room for the baby seats.

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2012 Acura RDX What's new for 2012? 
2012 Acura RDX

With an all-new model on the way, the 2012 Acura RDX remains unchanged from the 2011 model.

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2010 Acura RDX What's new for 2010? 
2010 Acura RDX

For 2010, the RDX gets a fresh look, numerous interior upgrades and a lower starting price. It also now comes in two-wheel drive form as standard, offering improved fuel economy.

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2009 Acura RDX What's new for 2009? 
2009 Acura RDX

For 2009, Acura adds a power passenger seat to the RDX's standard equipment list, along with four new colors and an updated version of the AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic Update service.

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2007 Acura RDX What's new for 2007? 
2007 Acura RDX

While we've witnessed dramatic growth in the number of compact SUVs, sporty SUVs and premium SUVs, until now the only vehicle that delivered the virtues of all three was the BMW X3. The RDX also features Acura's first turbocharged engine.

About Acura RDX

At its introduction in 2007, few could have imagined that Acura's foray into the compact luxury SUV segment would - within a few short years - essentially define that segment. Combining a car-like platform with upright bodywork, 5-door flexibility and all-wheel drive is a near-luxury framework now used by Audi, Infiniti, Mercedes, Volvo and BMW; only BMW's X3 was in production prior to the RDX launch. Notably, of these mentioned the only ones sharing their platforms with more affordable donors are Acura and Audi, whose main architectures are also used by Honda's CR-V and VW's Tiguan, respectively.