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2010 Acura

$14,998* 76K miles
CarMax Lynchburg
$99 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Lynchburg in Lynchburg, Virginia 24502
Description: Used 2010 Acura RDX SH-AWD for sale - $14,998, 76,636 miles with Technology Package, 4WD/AWD, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.2 reviews) This is my second Acura. I had a 2005 Acura TSX before this, and absolutely loved it. Never had a problem with it. The only reason why I was looking to change vehicles is because I needed more utility out of my vehicle because of equipment I have for my photography studio, and a sedan was just too limiting. When my search first began for a small SUV I initially wrote off the RDX (even though I have always had eyes for it). The reason being because like most people in this recession we all want something that is economical and a great value. So at first I was stuck on choosing a vehicle that didn't take premium gasoline, and got excellent gas mileage; the two things the RDX did not meet on my list of must haves. I strongly considered the 2011 Kia Sportage, but the base 4 cylinder engine was whimpy and when I priced out putting in the turbo engine with all of the amenities of the RDX, I couldn't justify paying almost 30k for a Kia (sorry, Kia). The economical part of my mind told me to buy the Honda CR-V or RAV4, but I feel both of those vehicles, although great vehicles, are very bland in styling and in driving dynamics. And once you price them out competitively, for only a couple thousand more you can have an RDX. Beyond price point, my other main concern in looking for a car is reliability and safety. That ruled out anything European (reliability/maintence) or American (reliability/safety). I respect the Lexus RX350 immensely, but I feel I'm too young for that car just yet. I'll wait till I'm 35 and above. In short, even after trying to appease my left brain, my right side won, and I realized at the end of the day if you are going to have a car payment, it better be something you love. And I LOVE this car. It is an absolutely blast to drive. The technology features are awesome (how did I live without a back-up camera?), and the styling/fit and finish is of course excellent. The rims on the 2010 and ^ are stunningly beautiful. And my favorite interior feature of all things in the gigantic locking center console (I can leave my purse in the car with no worries!). My only regret? Not getting the color combo I really wanted (white/tan interior). But, that has nothing to do with Acura or whether you should or should not buy this vehicle. You won't like this car if you don't like a sporty ride. Yes, you can hear the subtle whistle of the turbo, and if silence is your refuge and you like feeling like your driving a boat then buy a Lexus. But for someone who enjoys driving and feeling connected with their car and the road, this will be sure to please. To make a long story short: Fun To Drive, Good-looking, Reliable, Safe, and a great Value for your money.

Reviews for 2010 Acura RDX

Overall Rating

4.3 out of 5(11 reviews)

First time luxury car buyer

I have always loved the reliability of Hondas so I thought now would be the time for an upgrade. The RDX performs well with a well compressed 4 cylinder engine. The turbo allows for great excelleration. The tech package has brought out the emerging geek in me with blue tooth and all kinds of command features of which I am still learning. Love the heated leather seats. It is a very smooth ride. The only set back is the 18 mpg city. My last car was 32 mpg city. I knew that was going to be the price to pay for my first luxury car.

- TBear, 2010 Acura RDX

Nice car, over inflated price!

Great power and handles more like a sports car instead of an SUV.

- Mark Ray, 2010 Acura RDX

Hidden Gem

I recently decided to sell my 2003 Subaru Outback. While over all I was very happy with that car, I wanted a few upgrades and more pick-up on the acceleration for my next car. My initial search had me looking at Jeep Grand Cherokees, Nissan Murano and Rogue, Ford Edge and a Toyota Versa - I had actually never seen an RDX before. The larger MDXs seem to be all over town and when I decided to consider the RDX, at a suggestion of another Acura owner, I had trouble even spotting one around town. When I finally got to the test drive, I knew before I got in it that I had found my next car. The size is not that much larger than the Outback, but the interior is much more roomy and the frame is elevated just enough that you feel like you have better visibility - without being in a bulky SUV. The RDX has everything I wanted - bluetooth, sunroof, leather, heated seats, dual climate and the interior is very nice and functional without being too fancy (still need to able to take my dog along for many rides!). Overall, it has the extras I wanted without having anything I don't need. The best part about the RDX though is the ride - mine has the turbo engine and while I hesitated for a second when faced with hitting "premium" at the pump when I added up the additional cost over a year, it is negligible (a few less lattes should cover it). The car is extremely responsive and especially on the freeway it handles very well in all types of traffic. I am very happy with my selection and look forward to enjoying the ride for many years to come!

- hascott, 2010 Acura RDX

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.