2013 Acura RDX - First Drive

Thursday, April 5, 2012 | comments

When Acura’s RDX first joined the industry of little high-class crossovers, it took the cannonball approach—with an innovatively turbocharged inline-4 and torque-vectoring Super-Handling AWD—aimed directly at the BMW X3. It was a automobile a lot of our sport-biased personnel discovered curiously stimulating, so much that we uncharacteristically dedicated a complete single-car street analyze to it returning in 2006.

Fast-forward a few decades and what the revealed in industry research is that actual customers of entry-level high-class crossovers, like the RDX, are mostly divided between middle-agers and partners known as DINKS (short for Combined Earnings No Kids). Would those customers be as flexible towards slight gas mileage (we averaged 13.2 mpg then with an EPA 17 city/22 highway) in return for X3-dusting performance? Not likely. Understanding this, it’s not challenging to justify the changes Acura integrated in the 2nd technology RDX that better objectives the needs of actual customers.

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