2018 Acura RDX is designed, developed and tested by Acura for keeping buyer’s confidence in management. 2018 Acura RDX is Acura’s first compact luxury crossover SUV, to take over the MDX as Acura’s entry-level crossover SUV, grew as the MDX in size and price. Originally emerged as the Acura RDX concept car, the production RDX made its debut at the 2006 New York Auto Show and went on sale on 11 August 2006. A facelifted 2010 model went on sale in August 2009, the adoption of Acura’s power plenum grille seen on its sedan models. Front-wheel drive is also added.
The 2018 RDX matches innovation with practical, offer facilities to complement your active lifestyle. It is carefully crafted for utility and simplicity. 2018 RDX’s technology creates a sophisticated space that is intended to anticipate your needs, desires and even some things you never knew you wanted. The sporty and assertive engineering of the RDX engine is appealing to your right foot and raises the bar for exciting SUV performance – putting you squarely in command of the driving experience.
2018 Acura RDX Design
Take a look at RDX through the eyes of Los Angeles designer Steve Upchurch. Obviously, Acura styling crossed the collateral body of the gem Eye® LED headlights and 3D grille to the LED rear lights with a light-pipe construction. Inside, 2018 Acura RDX interior is designed around the driver. An impressive array of premium materials and finishes reflect your personal style. The two-tone dashboard has a soft-touch top and brushed trim a striking aluminum. Plush 10-way power seats keep your support at the same time as long journeys.
The 2018 RDX interior can easily accommodate three adults in the back, offer every enough legroom and plenty of space under the front seats. Smart technology allowed us to abandon the hump in the middle and put a rear set of adjustable heating and cooling vents.
2018 Acura RDX Engine
The Acura RDX 2018 model is equipped with i-VTEC® engine, that power and efficiency produce intelligent variable valve timing. It produces 279-hp and 252 lb-ft of torque83 across a broad power curve, which transitions on the way through the Drive-by-wire system for a bold driving experience. Available RDX All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system is designed to help maximize the use of available traction in both dry and slippery conditions while reducing system-wide help friction and power loss optimize fuel efficiency.
In normal Cruising, the system works as a competent FWD vehicle with 100% of engine torque is directed to the front wheels. During moderate acceleration or when front-wheel slippage is detected to be transferred in dry conditions, up to 40% of engine torque to the rear wheels. On a wet or slippery surface, will wheel slip a reduction in engine performance to the front wheels may cause a point where torque distributed 50/50 between the front and rear wheels. Systemic efficiency allows the AWD model for a combined EPA fuel economy rating of only one mile per gallon under the front wheel drive model.
2018 Acura RDX Safety
The 2018 RDX inspire comfort with state-of-the-art technology, including multiple cameras and radar systems available. So when something happens out of the ordinary, you are ready. The Vehicle Help ™ (VSA®) 12 system uses a variety of sensors with ABS, to reduce the risk of oversteer or understeer. The system continuously monitors the vehicle’s speed, throttle position, individual wheel speeds, steering angle, lateral G-force, and yaw rate. When the potential is detected for oversteer or understeer, will US reduce the engine’s torque and uses the ABS system brakes applied to each wheel as needed to help to sustain the vehicle. The response is so quick that the instability may be corrected before the driver even knows it occurs.
The 2018 Acura RDX with Technology Package is equipped with a blind spot information (BSI) system that helps you track when changes. All RDX models are equipped with a reverse camera50 that automatically produces three available views of the area behind the vehicle when “reverse” the process. The standard system has a 5-inch, full-color display above the center control.
2018 Acura Advance package includes parking sensors for both the front and rear. The sensors detect when the RDX is now a vehicle or surface in the front or rear approach. When the 2018 Acura RDX is close to a detected obstacle, a beep sounds in the cockpit. The beep sounds faster than you approaching.
2017 – 2018 Acura RDX Specification
|Model||2018 Acura RDX – 2017 Acura RDX|
|Rating||8.3/10 by U.S. News Best Cars|
|Rating||3/5 by Car and Driver|
|Rating||4.9/5 by Edmunds . com|
|Engine||3.5 L V6|
|MPG||Up to 20 city / 28 highway|
|MSRP||Start from $35,570|
|Towing Capacity||1,500 lbs|
|Dimensions||184″ L x 74″ W x 65″ H|
|Cargo Volume||26.1 ft³, 61.3 ft³ with seat area|
2018 Acura RDX Configurations & Price
|2018 Acura RDX Base||$35,570||3,743-3,907 lbs|
|2018 Acura RDX AcuraWatch Plus Package||$36,870||3,743-3,907 lbs|
|2018 Acura RDX Technology Package||$39,270||3,768-3,931 lbs|
|2018 Acura RDX Technology and AcuraWatch Plus Package||$40,570||3,774-3,996 lbs|
|2018 Acura RDX Advance Package||$42,220||3,781 to 3,946 lbs|