2019 Acura CDX is a subcompact-luxury SUV by Acura, a luxury subsidiary of Honda. The Acura CDX 2029 is being manufactured at the ZengCheng plant in Guangzhou, China and was only sold in July 2016. Since 2016, the CDX has been announced as a Chinese domestic market (CDM) model with Acura that it has no plans to launch in North America. Acura, however, considered selling the CDX in the United States according to comments in April 2017 by Jon Ikeda, Group Vice President of Acura USA.
Acura debuts the new Acura CDX at the 2016 Beijing Motor Show. 2019 CDX Based on the HR-V, the CDX is a compact crossover that aims to compete against the BMW X1 and Audi Q3. Although Acura initially did not arrange for North America, reconsider the CDX for North America.
2019 Acura CDX Engine
The Acura CDX is the first Acura that has been equipped with a turbocharger in the factory since the first generation RDX. The power comes from a 134 kW (182 PS, 180 HP) 1.5-liter DOHC VTEC Turbo connected to an 8-speed dual-coupler transmission. Acura CDX is available in front-wheel drive (FWD) and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) configurations.
Underneath the hoods, 1.5-liter turbo engine that makes 182 horsepower and 177 pounds of torque and will be available in front and all-wheel drive configurations.
2019 Acura CDX Chassis
The Acura CDX 2029 is based on the Honda HR-V and uses a MacPherson prop-independent front suspension with a solid rear suspension. With the crossover segment continuing to grow in North America, Acura thinks about the addition of the Acura CDX to its line.
2019 Acura CDX Performance
The 2019 CDX FWD can accelerate to 100 km / h (62 mph) in 8.6 seconds and in 9.7 seconds for the AWD models. The 2019 Acura CDX uses the same eight-speed dual-coupler transfer, similar to what you would get in the 2019 Acura ILX.