2015AcuraRDX

Acura RDX

The Softening Of A Sharp-Edged CUV If you had asked us back in 2006 if the then-brand-new Acura RDX would be a success, our answer would have been yes. And why not? The Acura brand was still in demand, buyers were increasingly clamoring for luxury crossovers and the economy appeared to be in...

- Reviewed by Chris Shunk

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2015 Acura RDX
MSRP: $35,095 - $36,495
2014 Acura RDX
MSRP: $34,520 - $35,920
2013 Acura RDX
MSRP: $34,320 - $35,720
2012 Acura RDX
MSRP: $32,895 - $34,895
2011 Acura RDX
MSRP: $32,895 - $34,895
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2016 Acura RDX arrives with freshened styling, powertrain enhancements

Acura is giving the RDX a refresh after just three years on the market. The front and rear feature sharper lines and LED lighting at both ends. There's a now a nine-speed automatic gearbox, and the 3.5-liter V6 has a little more power. Plus, the crossover is available with even more tech.
2016 Honda Pilot, Acura RDX confirmed for Chicago Auto Show debut

Honda announces it will reveal the new third-generation Pilot and Acura RDX crossovers at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, along with a styling preview of the next Ridgeline pickup.
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2007 Acura RDX
$13,493 / 97,120 miles / VA
2008 Acura RDX
$17,991 / 70,881 miles / MD
2012 Acura RDX
$25,998 / 25,420 miles / DE
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"Despite the increase in power and cylinder count, the new RDX is more fuel efficient than before. A new six-speed automatic not only provides a wider gearing spread than before, but the V-6 itself also features cylinder deactivation, allowing it to run under on three or four cylinders when under light load.