2013 Acura RDX

2013 Acura RDX Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Acura RDX

  • 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.

    - Automobile

What reviewers liked least about the Acura RDX

  • The robotic electric steering and ­pillowy, almost Lexus-like shock tuning of the new RDX also have us pining for the ­outgoing gen's hydraulic steering and taut ­suspenders.

    - Car and Driver

Acura RDX Comparisons

  • This is a competitive class with the BMW X3 and Volvo XC60 aimed right at the RDX. Neither one is a dynamic performer with their base engines; the RDX has just one engine choice and competes on price with the lesser offerings from BMW and Volvo, so the RDX shines. It has more power and features than the XC60 at a similar price and costs significantly less than the BMW.

    - Cars.com

Best one-liner about the Acura RDX

  • (The Acura RDX) is better armed to win over shoppers - it's larger, lighter and more efficient - while offering an attractive value proposition.

    - Cars.com

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