The new Acura RDX hits the U.S. market starting July being priced from $42,290 for the base model. Power is provided by a 3.5-liter V6 powerplant producing 290 horsepower and 362Nm of torque.
If you opt for the entry-level version you will get front-wheel drive, 18-inch alloy wheels, revised LED headlights, a new infotainment system but also the AcuraLink unit.
Choose the Technology Package and you will benefit from rain-sensing wipers, larger alloy wheels, forward collision warning and also lane departure system.
This version starts at $46,565 while the range-topping model offers adaptive cruise control, remote engine start and a premium ELS sound system with twelve speakers.
“In designing the new MDX, Acura engineers focused on three core values: class-leading fuel economy ratings,” adds the company.
In order to get the exact pricing, you also have to add an $895 destination and handling fee.