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2019 Acura RDX - (interior, exterior, and Drive) / ALL-NEW Acura RDX 2019 - Most extensive overhaul in a decade signals the beginning of a new era for Acura - Exclusive platform, VTEC® Turbo engine, 10-speed transmission, and available torque vectoring SH-AWD® yield the quickest, best-handling RDX yet - Dramatic A-Spec variant adds distinctive sport appearance detailing inside and out - New RDX set to arrive at Acura dealers nationwide mid-year 2019 RDX Major Specifications Engine: 2.0-liter, 16-valve DOHC turbo with direct injection and i-VTEC® valvetrain Transmission: 10-speed automatic with Sequential SportShift Paddle Shifters Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 272 @ 6,500 rpm Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm) (SAE net): 280 lb.-ft. @ 1,600-4,500 rpm Front suspension: Macpherson strut with stabilizer bar, fluid-filled compliance bushing and available Adaptive Dampers Rear suspension: Five-link with stabilizer bar, fluid-filled compliance bushing, available Adaptive Dampers Steering: Dual-pinion electric power-assisted steering with variable ratio Wheelbase (in): 108.3 Length (in): 186.9 Height (in): 65.7 EPA Passenger volume (cu-ft): 104 EPA Cargo volume (cu-ft): 29.5 VTEC Turbo Engine with Higher Performance and Efficiency: The new RDX takes power from a direct-injected and turbocharged 2.0-liter, 16-valve powerplant with DOHC VTEC® valvetrain and Dual Variable Timing Cam (Dual VTC). Peak output is 272 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque. Compared to the previous model's V6, peak torque is up 28 lb.-ft. and available across a wider section of the power band, from 1,600 to 4,500 rpm (previously 252 lb.-ft. at 4,900 rpm) with low-RPM torque boosted by as much as 40 percent for quicker acceleration and sharper throttle response. Segment-first 10-Speed Transmission: The RDX's turbocharged engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission (10AT) – the first and only 10AT in the class. With more closely spaced ratios and a 62 percent wider ratio range, Acura's 10AT takes full advantage of the turbo engine's bountiful low-end torque. Gear changes are quick and seamless, in both automatic mode and using steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Sharp, Low and Wide Design: The production 2019 RDX carries forward substantially all of the design cues that debuted with the Prototype RDX in January. In creating the new RDX, Acura designers worked from the foundations of the Acura Precision Concept, adapting its low and wide stance, sleek presence and wheels-out proportions to a five-passenger SUV. The 2019 RDX showcases Acura's signature Diamond Pentagon Grille flanked by all-new Jewel Eye™ headlights – now boasting seven LED light elements, up from the previous five. Below, wide air intakes include NSX-inspired air curtains feed air efficiently around the front wheels and down the body side. Prominent hood bulges are visible from inside the cabin, signaling the performance character of the third-generation RDX. Sharp character lines accentuate the front and rear fenders, with an aggressive "dropping" character line running the length of the RDX. A pen stroke of chrome (gloss-black on A-Spec) highlights the upper greenhouse and lower rocker. At the rear, the design of the 2019 RDX is capped off with a distinctive "dragon tail" LED light signature of the taillights. Price: 2019 Acura RDX (FWD) $37,300 $38,295 22 / 28 / 24 2019 Acura RDX (FWD) with Technology Package $40,500 $41,495 22 / 28 /24 2019 Acura RDX (FWD) A-Spec $43,500 $44,495 22 / 27 / 24 2019 Acura RDX (FWD) with Advance Package $45,400 $46,395 22 / 28 / 24 2019 Acura RDX SH-AWD $39,300 $40,295 21 / 27 / 23 2019 Acura RDX SH-AWD with Technology Package $42,500 $43,495 21 / 27 / 23 2019 Acura RDX SH-AWD A-Spec $45,500 $46,495 21 / 26 / 23 RDX SH-AWD with Advance Package $47,400 $48,395 21 / 27 / 23
|| NEW VIDEOS COMING EVERY DAY || ==👉THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE👈== 2019 Acura RDX - Full Review & Walkaround Design - All You Need To Know With new crossover SUVs arriving on the scene on what seems like a daily basis, it’s getting increasingly difficult for any new entry to stand out. At least the Acura showroom keeps things relatively simple. There are just two SUVs in its lineup: the midsize MDX and compact RDX. Several competing luxury brands offer four, five, a half-dozen or more variations on the SUV theme. So to give the redesigned 2019 Acura RDX more curb appeal, the automaker tapped into the design DNA of its Precision Concept show car and some bits from its showroom candy-worthy NSX supercar. The new 2019 RDX loses the chrome beak look of prior years in favor of a bigger, bolder diamond pentagon grille now also affixed to the nose of the MDX, RLX, and TLX. Wraparound “Jewel Eye” headlamps with 14 individual LEDs make a big statement as do a pair of air curtain cutouts in the bumper that smooth the passage of air over the front wheels for improved aerodynamic efficiency. Viewed in profile, the new RDX’s silhouette gains more prominent wheel arches, the better to showcase wheel sizes that increase to 19 or 20 inches in diameter. There is also an in-vogue “floating roof” design with coupe-like rear roof pillars. The mission: turn up the RDX’s design wick to have greater pull with younger buyers transitioning out of sport sedans. The 2019 RDX is longer overall than its 2018 predecessor, not so much for greater passenger and cargo space but for a sleeker look. A 2.6-inch longer wheelbase with shorter overhangs and a wider track creates a more planted stance. The visual mass is moved rearward to better compare with rear-drive-based competitors such as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, BMW X3, and Mercedes-Benz GLC. That’s accompanied by an improvement in weight distribution, moving from 61:39 front-to-rear for front-drive versions of the 2018 model to 59:41 with the 2019. Upgrade to the Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive (SH-AWD) system to further improve 57:43. STAY UP TO DATE & CONNECT WITH US AT: ►https://www.facebook.com/CarsOfficialTrailers/ ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_wBAV4llF298lwOzp_Mjkw
The redesigned 2019 RDX has taken the world by storm! Now you can take a good look at all the new features, and hop behind the wheel for a test drive in this episode of Smail Ride Along. As you drive around the streets of Greensburg, our Smail sales person will describe and demonstrate some of the key features. For more information, visit: https://www.smailacura.com/new-inventory/index.htm?year=2019&model=RDX&gvBodyStyle=SUV&sortBy=internetPrice+asc
The radically redesigned 2019 Acura #RDX has finally arrived and we couldn't be more excited to share the next generation of Acura with you! Watch below as Automotive Specialist Zack Spencer showcases what you can expect from this brand new SUV.
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