2018 Acura RDX Rumors and Review – The 2018 Acura RDX is a concise crossover that could be getting a little long in the tooth but remains an above average mixture of value, sophistication, and safety.
This RDX, in its current form, goes back to the 2013 model year, albeit with a few improvements to keep it fresh. Today’s RDX comes in three basic flavors–base, Technology, and Advance–with further choices in terms of leading- or all-wheel drive and the brand’s AcuraWatch collision avoidance technology.
2018 Acura RDX Redesign
If we look into Acura’s latest models, then it becomes clear the way the RDX can look. The car will be more than likely talk about the elongated wheelbase of the new CR-V as well as the wider and taller body. In the front, it is expected to talk about its fascia with the newly released CDX with the highly impressive grille, LED headlights and large air consumption in the bumper. The trunk of the car is going to be predicated on the outgoing model, but with a touch, more sportiness added in to the mix. Inside the cabin, the terrible dual-screen infotainment system will be gone and replaced by way of a much-improved unit. Some also suggested that the car could receive a digital instrument panel. Things like adaptive luxury cruise control, frontal collision avoidance and street assistant are anticipated to be standard.
2018 Acura RDX Engine
The 2018 RDX is powered by a 3.5-Liter V-6 with VTEC technology, giving the car 279 horsepower and allowing the most efficient front steering wheel drive variants to top 28 mpg. Acura is most proud of its ground-breaking AcuraWatch package, which features upgraded basic safety components such as front collision and lane keep aids. AcuraWatch can either be included on the standard RDX or added to any available package, so buyers can truly add more luxury features to their car without compromising safety if indeed they so choose. Acura will offer 10 total variations of the RDX, 5 that will be front wheel drive and 5 will be all steering wheel drive. Both drivetrains will be given the same package deal options, which means you will never have to worry about passing up on any features if you select one within the other.
2018 Acura RDX Price and Release Date
Charges for the 2018 Acura RDX with Technology Program starts off from $40,475 and potential buyers can add the AcuraWatch Plus Deal for $1,300 additional. At the top of the RDX range is the Progress Offer, with a starting price of $43,475.