It’s been almost four years since Acura released its first turbocharged vehicle, the part crossover, part urban wagon RDX. For 2010, Acura brings to the market a facelifted version of the RDX, which sports a fresh new exterior look, a more luxurious interior, and a host of new technological features.
With Acura describing the vehicle as the most competitive priced luxury crossover vehicle in the market, the RDX incorporates dynamic handling with all weather capability even though it isn’t an off-road vehicle. The 2010 Acura RDX also offers a more fuel-efficient front-wheel drive option for the first time, a move that was pre-empted to lower the base price of its lineup, starting at $32,520 and going up to $34,520 for the all-wheel drive version, as well as appealing more to customers who live in warmer climates and those who don't need the safety of all-wheel traction.
One might draw similarities to the Honda CR-V but the 2010 Acura RDX is in a completely different league...
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