The Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ system, SH-AWD, is designed to enhance the already high-performance handling of the 2020 RDX. The Integrated Dynamics System, found in the NSX, delivers four drive modes: Comfort, Sport, Sport+, Snow. After you reserve the new RDX, learn more about your Acura financing options available at our Verona, New Jersey, car dealer.
The all-new 2020 RDX from Acura starts out in standard trim with an impressive array of premium features. Like other trims of the new RDX, the RDX Standard trim is powered by a 272-hp turbocharged 2.0L VTEC Turbo engine with your choice of front-wheel drive (FWD) or Acura's advanced Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD®) system. A 10-speed automatic transmission with Sequential SportShift paddle shifters enhances your drive and delivers smooth, predictable power with the option to shift on-demand.
The Acura RDX does things differently. Instead of traditional trim options, the vehicle showcases grades in a series of packages—Technology, A-Spec, and Advanced. These packages each offer unique upgrades in comfort and convenience. Car buyers can choose to optimize the performance or looks of each package with high-end Acura accessories such as crossbars or body side molding. Choose a new luxury crossover from this lineup and you'll be set for an exhilarating drive!
The 2020 RDX offers active and passive safety systems. All trim models come standard with the AcuraWatch safety suite full of driver assist technologies. Systems include Forward Collision Warning, Road Departure Mitigation, Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low-Speed Follow. If you want to be one of the first to enjoy a 2020 Acura RDX on the streets of Newark, reserve your new luxury crossover at DCH Montclair Acura today!
Last year was the first time we saw an Acura SUV with the A-Spec treatment. The package features stand-out design cues such as Jewel Eye™ headlights, LED fog lights, large-diameter dual exhaust finishers, and A-Spec badging. The interior also provides a sporty ride thanks to sports seats wrapped in either black or red leather, leather sport steering wheel, metal-plated paddle shifters, and A-Spec badging. The A-Spec model features an exclusive satin silver finish with red-illuminated nighttime readouts on the driver's gauge cluster.
The 2019 Acura RDX represents the most extensive redesign of an Acura model in years. Designed to deliver an exhilarating drive, the new RDX offers premium features, turbocharged performance, and dynamic torque vectoring for sharp handling in nearly all road and weather conditions. Motivated by a direct-injected VTEC® Turbo 2.0-liter engine, owners of the 2019 RDX will command 272 horsepower, 280 pound-foot of torque, and crisp acceleration. This powerplant mates to a 10-Speed automatic transmission controlled by either steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters or an electronic gear selector.
The 2018 model carries over from the previous year with no changes, but that's a good thing since the RDX remains one of the better values and more luxurious offerings in the compact luxury crossover class. The 2018 RDX is offered in Standard, AcuraWatch™, Advance, Technology and Technology with AcuraWatch™ Plus Package trims, each of which can be had with front-wheel drive (FWD) or an advanced Acura AWD system. From the Collision Mitigation Braking System™ to front and rear parking sensors, the 2018 RDX is offered with stellar safety technologies that monitor, alert and react to changing traffic.
Following the 2016 model year's significant refresh, the 2017 model adds new paint colors and exterior and interior pairings. Lunar Silver and Modern Steel are added as new exterior paint options, while the White Diamond paint color is offered with Ebony leather interior. Drivers and passengers can ride in supreme comfort with the RDX's premium leather seating surfaces with heating elements. With its smooth automatic transmission and powerful 273-hp V6, the 2017 RDX delivers a robust drive with the premium ride quality of an Acura automobile.
Acura's RDX received a refresh for 2016, including styling elements like a new grille, headlights and taillights. More standard features were added along with a newly available touch-screen system. Additional safety systems were made available, too, such as adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warning and mitigation, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitor and automatic windshield wipers. The 2016 RDX provides the premium amenities expected from an Acura automobile, as it offers available features like dual-zone automatic climate control, heated and powered front seating, premium leather upholstery, power rear liftgate and an upgraded 10-speaker audio system.
The RDX luxury crossover and its potent and refined 3.5-liter V6 carry over for the 2015 model year with few significant changes. Acura didn't mess with success with the popular RDX, providing a range of advanced amenities. Its multi-view rear camera, HID headlights, keyless access system, power tailgate, automatic climate control, navigation system, voice recognition, Bluetooth hands-free link, color display and surround sound audio system help make the 2015 RDX one of the better values in the compact luxury crossover SUV segment.
With its impressive standard safety systems like advanced airbags, vehicle stability assist (VSA), anti-lock braking (ABS), brake assist (BA) and electronic brake distribution (EBD), the 2014 Acura RDX protects you and your loved ones with a plethora of active and passive safety features. In addition to its high-tech standard features like a rearview camera and large center display, the RDX offers a Technology package complete with a premium sound system, power liftgate, navigation and more. For 2014, a new Kona Coffee exterior paint color replaces the outgoing Amber Brownstone paint option.
Acura redesigned the RDX for the 2013 model year. This all-new, second-generation of the RDX boasts a new 3.5-liter V6 in place of the previous model's turbocharged 4-cylinder and features a wider track and longer wheelbase to provide a roomier and more refined driving experience. With the new powertrain comes a boost in performance to 273 hp and 251 lb-ft of torque that drives either two wheels or four with the available all-wheel drive (AWD) system. Even with its greater horsepower and torque thanks to its new V6 engine, the 2013 RDX boasts impressive fuel economy for its class, as it makes use of a 6-speed automatic transmission in place of the outgoing model's 5-speed.
For 2012, Acura's RDX continues to offer bold, angular styling backed up by a potent 2.3-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 240 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. Enjoy premium features in the 2012 RDX, including standard amenities like leather-trimmed seats, automatic climate control, premium surround sound system, navigation, a rearview camera and HID headlights. Stay safe and in control with the RDX's standard six-airbag system, vehicle stability assist, anti-lock braking (ABS), electronic brake distribution and brake assist, plus the available all-wheel drive (AWD) system.
The RDX continues for 2011 with the luxury crossover's recently refreshed styling and an impressive list of standard features that make it a well-equipped option no matter which trim is selected. Beyond desirable safety features like HID headlights, side curtain airbags, traction control, stability control, Acura's ACE body structure and a tire pressure monitoring system, the 2011 RDX also comes standard with modern conveniences like automatic climate control, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and a 360-watt, 7-speaker audio system.
The Acura RDX was redesigned for the 2010 model year, featuring revised styling with angular lines and an updated grille. Its 2.3-liter turbocharged engine delivers a robust 240 hp and is controlled by a five-speed automatic transmission that can be shifted manually via paddle-shifters. While all previous year RDX models featured all-wheel drive (AWD), the 2010 RDX offers front-wheel drive (AWD) as the standard drive type for improved fuel economy, while Acura's AWD remains a popular choice.