Overview (Final Score: A-)
The all-new 2019is a roomy 2-row, five-passenger crossover. For the new model year, Acura made the RDX longer and wider and increased its footprint substantially. This is an all-road crossover, not an off-roader built for mud and rocks.
Acura positions its RDX in the premium segment, rather than the full-luxury market. Generally, this is where those shopping upscale can find the best value, but with the mainstream brands offering more and more content for less, that is now debatable. What isn’t is that the new RDX is hard to top if one’s priorities include a sporty ride and a modern feel.
What We Love About the 2019 Acura RDX
- Exterior and interior design
- Turbocharged drivetrain
What We Don’t Love About the2019 Acura RDX
- New infotainment interphase
- Waiting on Android Auto
- Lacks a spare in most trims
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