Used 2010 Acura RDX For Sale

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2010 Acura RDX SH-AWD Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 2.3L
Horsepower 240 horsepower@6000rpm
MPG City 17
MPG Highway 22

Customer Review Summary for 2010 Acura RDX

(11 Reviews)

Glad I purchased it

2010 Acura RDX SALTYDOG68 - , 11/22/2013

Purchased the RDX but may have been a bit hasty. I love it but wish it had the navigation system and a few more bells and whistles...probably should have checked out the MDX also. But, that's my own fault. The car handles extremely well and is quite quick off the line. Stereo system is great. Had remote start installed and wished it would have been factory installed because now I have another fob to deal with. Def would recommend it and will certainly check out Acura's on my next purchase.

2010 Acura RDX

2010 Acura RDX netslinger - , 01/03/2013

I was looking for a luxury SUV that had: - decent gas mileage - enough room for 5 people - plenty of cargo storage area - high resale value - up-to-date electronics - good sound system - good performance in the city and on the highway I test drove Lexus, BMW, Infiniti, Audi and found that they did not meet or exceeded my requirements. That said, some will want a SUV because of the name, no matter what. I think the RDX provides great value in the luxury SUV market and is definitely a good option to consider. It is fun to drive, gets an average of 21mpg combined, and has plenty of room for a small family (I have a 3 yr old daughter). Carmax does not have that many to pick from, so that is saying something!

Hidden Gem

2010 Acura RDX hascott - , 10/17/2013

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!

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