2016 Acura RDX ratings and reviews

Although it fits in the class of luxury compact SUVs, the 2016 Acura RDX feels spacious and lush from the moment you step inside. The RDX lineup includes four trim levels, three of which are actually the base model with packages added on, and drivers can opt for all-wheel drive with any of them. Standard features across the board include a 3.5-liter aluminum-alloy V6 engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission, a power moonroof, rear privacy glass, leatherette-trimmed sport seats, and a push-button start system. The Technology package adds voice recognition, AcuraLink, blind spot monitoring, and Siri Eyes Free, while AcuraWatch Plus tacks on safety technology with lane keeping assistance, adaptive cruise control, and a color display. The Advance package offers heated and ventilated front seats, fog lights, and auto-dimming side mirrors. Drivers can also bundle AcuraWatch Plus and Technology packages to get the best in driver assistance technology.

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Although it fits in the class of luxury compact SUVs, the 2016 Acura RDX feels spacious and lush from the moment you step inside. The RDX lineup includes four trim levels, three of which are actually the base model with packages added on, and drivers can opt for all-wheel drive with any of them. Standard features across the board include a 3.5-liter aluminum-alloy V6 engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission, a power moonroof, rear privacy glass, leatherette-trimmed sport seats, and a push-button start system. The Technology package adds voice recognition, AcuraLink, blind spot monitoring, and Siri Eyes Free, while AcuraWatch Plus tacks on safety technology with lane keeping assistance, adaptive cruise control, and a color display. The Advance package offers heated and ventilated front seats, fog lights, and auto-dimming side mirrors. Drivers can also bundle AcuraWatch Plus and Technology packages to get the best in driver assistance technology.
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