2015 Acura RDX
Since current generation of RDX was released two years ago this model constantly sets new sale records every month. Thanks to its perfect balance between price and quality, this car became one of the most popular in its class and we have no doubt that 2015 RDX will continue that tradition.
2015 Acura RDX redesign
The look of this 5-seats SUV definitely isn’t the thing that attracting customers. There are several models in this class which are better-looking, but that isn’t troubling Acura Company at all, so there won’t be any visual changes for 2015 RDX model. The main trump, beside quality, reliability and excellent fuel economy, are features that come already in standard model.
There are leather seats, push-button start, an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control, heated front seats, 7-speaker sound system, USB port, Bluetooth etc. All these features comes as standard. In higher levels of equipment you can get thing like navigation system with real time traffic and weather updates, 10-speaker sound system power tailgate, projector beam headlights and many other things.
2015 Acura RDX performances
Like previous model, 2015 Acura RDX will be powered with 3.5 liter V6. This engine produces 273 horses and has max torque of 251 lb-ft. Transmission is same 6-speed automatic and you can choose between FWD and AWD. There are definitely more attractive models in this class like BMW X3, Lexus LX or Infinity Q50 but none of them is better than RDX when we talk about fuel economy. According to EPA’s statistic, FWD variant has 20 mpg in town and 28 on a highway. AWD is not far behind at all, it makes 19 mpg in city and 27 on a highway drive.
2015 Acura RDX price
Although 2015 model didn’t receive almost any update compared to 2013 year model, it will cost few hundreds of dollars more. However we doubt that this will reduce interest for this car. With a price of less than 36,000 dollars for standard model, 2015 Acura RDX is still much cheaper than competition. For example, standard BMW X3 goes over 39,500 dollars while Lexus LX with standard equipment goes over 41,000. If we consider that 2015 RDX standard equipment is much richer than X3 and LX, the choice is easy.