The Acura CDX is a crossover SUV for subcompact by Acura, a Honda subsidiary. The Acura CDX was produced at ZengCheng Plant in Guangzhou, China, and debuted in Auto China, first sold in July 2016. The Honda CDX was designed for the Chinese Domestic Market (CDM), and Acura’s status to announce that you do not have its first plans in North America, buyers will likely be less attractive in the US market.
Honda CDX lowers the starting prices of the Audi Q3, BMW X1, and Mercedes-Benz GLA, but is significantly higher than the Jeep Compass. However, Acura had thought of selling Acura CDX in the United States according to ideas in April 2017 by Jon Ikeda, vice-president of Acura USA.
Acura started selling a CDX subcompact crossover in China last year, and now she is considering bringing a model to the U.S., according to a new report from WardsAuto. Acura CDX model will be able to compete with BMW X1, Audi Q3, Mercedes-Benz GLA, and Infiniti QX30.
Delivering CDX to the U.S. there will be a good idea for the rise in the market. MDX and RDX continue to be the best Acura models here, with the final SUV for renewal next year to compete with the difficult competition. Acura looks at its various types of systems as a way to expand its crossover range.
Acura CDX Engine
The Acura CDX is the first Acura to be installed with a factory-based turbocharger from the Acura RDX for the first phase. The CDX is powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine with 182hp and 240 N.m of torque paired with an 8-speed Dual Clutch transmission. The Standard front-wheel drive with optional all-wheel drive. Dimensions 4,496 / 1,840 / 1,615 mm, wheelbase 2,660 mm. Available on the wheel-drive drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) settings.
Acura CDX Chassis
Acura CDX is based on Honda HR-V and uses MacPherson standby independence before torsion suspension.
Acura CDX Performance
Acura CDX FWD can speed up 100 km / h (62 mph) in 8.6 seconds, and 9.7 seconds for AWD images.