24 Acura RDX results
2014 Acura RDX OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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The Great ride abide
Las Vegas, Nevada
Its a awesome car that give the road to hug
Already into its second year since a complete redesign, the RDX last year found—compared to the first-generation RDX that preceded it—a 'milder' personality that more shoppers should like. With the first-generation RDX, Acura had been pretty much the first one out the gate among sporty luxury-brand crossovers. It got a few things right—like the just-right size, nimble handling, and attractive design—but it offered plenty of rough spots, too, including a rough ride, laggy power delivery, and surprisingly lackluster gas mileage. The current RDX bucks the former model's turbo four in favor of a large, 3.5-Liter V-6. And although that might seem an odd decision at a time when a number of rivals are dropping their sixes, Acura says that it's actually more fuel efficient, slightly more powerful (at peak), and noticeably smoother in its power delivery compared to the former powerplant
Good performance of the car.
The design of the car is attractive when compared to other types of branded cars. The black color increase the stylish of the car when compared to other types of branded cars. The interior design is the important one and made this the car more attractiveness when compared to the other types of cars.