I really like my RDX and I'm happy I've bought it. The car's lines, trim, fit and finish are all excellent. The ride is comfortable and quiet, and the sound system is good. Fuel economy is about what you'd expect for a small SUV - high teens in town, mid twenties on the road. In terms of technology (I did get the tech package) it's top of the line. I still haven't figured out all of the bells and whistles, but it's a well designed and user-friendly console that is fairly intuitive. I would recommend it to a friend.
I am so happy with my RDX!! It rides like a dream- quiet and smooth, plenty of power. It is the perfect size- big enough to hold plenty of cargo, small enough to park easily! The back seat is comfortable and roomy. It takes a while to figure out all of the electronics/features. Voice control is clunky. Overall, I can't say enough about how great the car is.
Great Experience. Love the car.
2014 Acura RDXDave B - Murfreesboro, TN06/21/2017
My RDX was in great shape and I've loved every mile that I've driven these past five months. Lots of power, looks great, the fit and finish of materials it top-notch. Gas mileage from a 270 horsepower engine is 28-30 MPG highway...which is hard to beat. If you're looking for a mid-size SUV that will make you feel pampered without breaking the bank, take a RDX for a spin.
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