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Above Average: Reliability, driving performance, ride comfort

Below Average: Fuel economy, conservative styling

Consensus: A tech-savvy, engaging luxury SUV

 

A Confidently Practical Luxury SUV

The RDX brings together the sharp styling, high-tech features and high-quality practicality that Acura is known for, in a small, easily maneuverable package. This 5-passenger SUV is something for everyone: smooth road-trip transport with a quiet, well-crafted leather-lined cabin, reliable errand-runner with an excellent resale value, a sporty, powerful performer on twisting roads. Its looks may not stand out, but the Acura RDX excels at everything it does.

Driving It

From our full review of the 2018 Acura RDX: "Get the RDX out on a long stretch of open road and you’ll discover this little SUV’s best attribute is its ability to cruise effortlessly for long distances without creating fatigue or boredom. Should the road begin to turn and twist, however, Acura’s 2018 RDX can handle just about any situation."

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Technically Speaking

Some of the coolest high-tech features on the market are available in the RDX. Its optional climate control system, which can be controlled with voice commands, uses data from the GPS system to regulate temperature. Its 10-speaker surround sound system works with Pandora. The multi-view backup camera lets you choose which angle you want to see when parking. The RDX is also available with Acura's AcuraWatch suite of features, which includes adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, lane keep assist and more.

Build Yours

The 2018 Acura RDX starts around $37,000 and climbs to nearly $45,000 fully loaded. Build and price your own 2018 Acura RDX to unlock its Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

2019 Acura RDX

Acura unveiled the production version of the 2019 RDX at the New York Auto Show. Striking new looks and new levels of technology are standout features of the new RDX. It's larger than the outgoing model, will have a new engine and transmission, and the roomier interior uses more advanced infotainment technology.

Owners' Opinions

KBB.com visitor and RDX owner Mcelrob had this to say about Acura's compact luxury SUV: "Likes = Engine is very powerful, Seats are ok, SIRI Eyes works really well with my Iphone, as does the voice recognition (mostly),Love the power hatch Dislikes = No heated Steering Wheel, No Active Dampers for the suspension (the ride can be rough on bad pavement)." Read more Acura RDX consumer reviews.

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