If you are buying a sensitive small luxury SUV crossover round with some bad habits, the 2015 Acura RDX is a great place to start. The RDX paint only a couple of years ago, begins with a simple, beautiful, free of excess and tricks. This same idea translated into its cabin, which, despite its wealth of equipment standard, direct, easy to understand controls, construction of high quality and comfortable front and rear seat.
The RDX also maintains the simple things under the hood. While many competitors offer two or more engine options, with turbochargers and common four cylinder engine, Acura stick with one option: an attempted coup V6. It is not a power of 273 horsepower, but it is strong enough to get the RDX from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, very nice. Another advantage is the fuel economy reasonable which is at the same level as the turbocharged four-cylinder competitors.
The 2015 small luxury crossover Acura RDX SUV is available in two trim levels: base and base with technology package. Front-wheel drive is standard for both settings, with all-wheel drive optional for the base RDX or RDX with technology package.
Standard features include wheels 18 inch, heated mirrors, rear glass for privacy, automatic headlights, a camera rear view, sunroof, Bluetooth phone connectivity keyless entry and on, automatic dual-zone climate control, electric heating front seats (driver’s 8-way, four-way passenger), leather seats, leather-wrapped tilt and telescopic steering wheel – and a seven speaker system stereo with CD player via satellite, radio, an auxiliary audio jack and iPod/USB audio interface.
2015 Acura RDX comes with a combination of engine and transmission: a 3.5-liter V6 with 251 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. 1 6-speed automatic transmission offers the power of the engine or the front wheels or optional all-wheel drive.
The 2015 Acura RDX comes standard with control stability, traction and anti-lock brakes, front airbags, side airbags, curtain, active front head restraints, and a camera. Testing brake Edmunds, a traction-RDX car came to a stop from 60 mph in 127 feet, feet longer than the average for this class.
The Government gave the RDX a perfect five stars for General accidents, five stars for the full frontal impact protection and five stars for the overall side impact accident protection. The insurance Road Safety Institute gave the RDX the highest score possible of ‘Good’ in frontal offset moderate overlapping and the strength of the roof side crash tests. Seats and head restraints RDX also earned a “Good” rating for its reduction of whiplash in rear impacts.
2015 booth Acura RDX is a nice place to be, how it feels spacious and careful construction of features. Nice textures and design treatment of two-tone color, including the script, center stack and cluster effectively mixing the concepts of luxury and technology. The stack and the controller of single-knob for information and entertainment of RDX system are well designed and lend themselves to rapid acclimation. The same can not say the last configuration of dual screen of MDX and other Honda and Acura products.
Turbo four-cylinder engines and automatic seven or eight speeds seem to be the propellant of choice for most automakers offering small crossovers of luxury today, but the V6 in 2015 Acura RDX is so good that you can only ask for what is all this confusion. Step on the accelerator pedal and the RDX scoots forward quickly and quietly and gives it a good plot V6 in high rpm sounds better than most four-cylinder engines. The six-speed automatic, meanwhile, responds with smooth and timely changes.
Although it is not quite so openly sports as some of its rivals, the RDX still changes the direction in fine form. Its address is light but needs and general management is composed and sure to go through turns. On the road, the RDX has low levels of wind and noise from the road, as well as an impressive comfortable journey.