The 2018 Acura RDX is a compact luxury SUV for five people. 2018 RDX front drive is the standard and total drive is optional. The standard equipment is abundant, include 18-inch wheels, a rear-view camera, automatic LED headlights, cruise control, tinted windows, keyless ignition and entry, power lifting, a solar, four-way passengers, a leather-wrapped swivel telescoping steering wheel, a black mirror, Bluetooth phone and audio and satellite radio, internet radio Pandora control, an auxiliary audio jack, a USB Port and a media player interface.
The 2018 Acura RDX AcuraWatch Plus package adds automatic braking system, a wake-up warning and stop system, adaptive cruise control, and a computer color travel display. The Technology Package provides a cross-traffic warning system, a navigation system, a navigation system, traffic information, GPS-linked climate control, leather trim, an eight-way passenger seat, smartphone apps, HD radio, Aha Internet radio capability and N 10 speakers Acura / ELS -audio system. The 2018 RDX Advance package includes all the above accessories as well as front and rear game sensors, automatic wipers, fog lights, automatic dimming of side mirrors, remote ignition and aerated front seats.
2018 Acura RDX Interior
Inside, 2018 Acura RDX, the cabin is a pleasant place to be, as it is the spacious impression and has solid construction. Acura RDX 2018 base models get a rotary knob on the center console and conventional audio system buttons. This arrangement works well although the control knob in the center of the dashboard is less intuitive than some competition console mounted controllers. Unfortunately, the basic setting may actually be preferable to appear for the updated split-screen interface standard with the technology package. The operation of the virtual touchscreen keys are more disturbing and often slower process and the way the system information between the two screens can be divided is confusing.
On the front, the front seats are as firm and supportive as they are in the best European models, while back seat provides freedom as most competitors, it makes it easy for a few 6 feet to sit comfortably in both rows. An essential component in doing so is the high height of the rear bench, which supports both excellent thigh support and provides a hortatory view to the outside while still leaving enough converter. There is also enough space for three adults to share space at short trips.
The 2018 RDX of 26.1 cubic feet of storage behind the resettles is about the same as most competitors, but the resets (with some hands-free handles the cargo wall walls) fold 61.3 cubic feet capacity. This makes Acura RDX one of the widest in the segment, although this segment is generally run largely to their non-luxury counterparts, such as the Honda CR-V. The loading area is wider than with many competitors and generally more meaningful.
2018 Acura RDX Engine
A four cylinder with a turbo diesel is still the engine of choice for small luxury crossings today, but the V6 in the 2018 Acura RDX is so good that you might just wonder what all the excitement is. Step on the accelerator pedal and the RDX shoots fast and quiet, although it is a good V6 string at high speeds, it sounds better than a lot of four-cylinder engines. The six-speed automatic transmission is also a bit unusual in this time of eight and nine-speed automatics but to respond to your input smooth and punctual shifts in general.
The 2018 Acura RDX is available only with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that is good for 279 horsepower and 252-pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard, but overall propulsion is optional. In the test, an all-wheel drive RDX went from 6 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, making it one of the fastest SUVs in the segment.
Despite that a V6 engine in a segment, in the turbo uploaded four-cylinder are common, the RDX continues to class average fuel consumption. The EPA estimates that 23 mpg (20 cities / 28 highway) will be combined with front-wheel drive and 22 mpg (19/27).
2018 Acura RDX is standard with ABS brakes, stability and traction control, front airbags, side airbags, a back camera. Optional, active safety equipment includes future diminution with automatic braking, a blind spot monitor, wake-up warning, and track-losing intervention. Similar sounds Although these systems on the 2018 Acura RDX paper offered to the competitors.