2008 Acura RDX

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$33,195 - $33,195
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Engine Engine 2.3LI-4
MPG MPG 17 City / 22 Hwy
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2008 RDX Overview

The Acura RDX is all about sporty driving, which is why it uses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to make its hearty 240 horsepower.This is the first turbocharged engine that Acura has produced.It's 2.3 liters, and comes out of the Acura TSX, with many changes making a completely different powerband.

Proving its commitment to sport, the RDX uses a sequential five-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, a firm independent suspension made for cornering, and Acura's patented SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive) system, which delivers a higher proportion of power to the outside rear wheel under hard cornering, thus keeping the car in line.

Proving its commitment to luxury, the RDX comes trimmed in leather, no cloth interior is available, and it comes standard with other luxury touches, such as a power moonroof and dual-zone climate control.

In short, the RDX is designed for drivers who do not want to compromise cornering for a comfortable ride (hence, the firm suspension), but want upscale accommodations.It also needs to be someone who doesn't care about dramatic or distinctive styling, because the RDX closely resembles the Honda CR-V.Women, who normally go for the Acura approach of combining a silky-smooth ride with performance, will want to think twice about the RDX, given its firm suspension.

The RDX was launched as a 2007 model, and changes for 2008 consist of upgrades.The Bluetooth hands-free phone interface comes standard on 2008 models.Also standard are a two-way position driver's seat memory and an auto-dimming day/night rearview mirror.A new exterior color, Polished Metal Metallic, is available.If you are in Hawaii, lucky you, and now your RDX will have access to the navigation system's 1.7 million city and street names along with access to AcuraLink Satellite Communication System with Real Time Traffic.The Real Time Traffic system now covers 76 major metropolitan areas with the addition of 32 more for 2008.
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2008 RDX Overview

The Acura RDX is all about sporty driving, which is why it uses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to make its hearty 240 horsepower.This is the first turbocharged engine that Acura has produced.It's 2.3 liters, and comes out of the Acura TSX, with many changes making a completely different powerband.

Proving its commitment to sport, the RDX uses a sequential five-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, a firm independent suspension made for cornering, and Acura's patented SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive) system, which delivers a higher proportion of power to the outside rear wheel under hard cornering, thus keeping the car in line.

Proving its commitment to luxury, the RDX comes trimmed in leather, no cloth interior is available, and it comes standard with other luxury touches, such as a power moonroof and dual-zone climate control.

In short, the RDX is designed for drivers who do not want to compromise cornering for a comfortable ride (hence, the firm suspension), but want upscale accommodations.It also needs to be someone who doesn't care about dramatic or distinctive styling, because the RDX closely resembles the Honda CR-V.Women, who normally go for the Acura approach of combining a silky-smooth ride with performance, will want to think twice about the RDX, given its firm suspension.

The RDX was launched as a 2007 model, and changes for 2008 consist of upgrades.The Bluetooth hands-free phone interface comes standard on 2008 models.Also standard are a two-way position driver's seat memory and an auto-dimming day/night rearview mirror.A new exterior color, Polished Metal Metallic, is available.If you are in Hawaii, lucky you, and now your RDX will have access to the navigation system's 1.7 million city and street names along with access to AcuraLink Satellite Communication System with Real Time Traffic.The Real Time Traffic system now covers 76 major metropolitan areas with the addition of 32 more for 2008.Hide Full Review