2007 Acura RDX Values
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2007 model year changes
The five-seat Acura RDX SUV is a brand-new model for 2007, lining up next to the seven-seat MDX. It packs Honda's first turbo motor sold in the U.S, giving it plenty of punch. Its fresh styling and Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) aim to round out Acura's SUV model lineup.
Well-mannered handling; Honda's first turbo engine; lots of luxury.
Special features for 2007
Unlike some SUVs that wouldn't know sport if they drove right through it, the 2007 Acura RDX's mission is to emphasize driving pleasure over outright utility. The 101.4 cubic feet of EPA passenger volume and 28.8 cubic feet of cargo space are adequate for a light-packing family of four (five in a pinch), but one trip down your favorite back road and you'll know why most buyers wind up choosing this Acura.
A carryover from 2006, and in its second year of production, the RDX is a four-door five-passenger crossover SUV. Power comes from a 2.3liter I-Tec four-cylinder engine mounted to Acura’s super handling all-wheel-drive (SH-AWD) system for advance handling and stability in all driving conditions. There are steering wheel mounted paddle buttons that put the transmission into manual mode for more driving control. Most options are standard with your choice of the base model or the technology package, with most cosmetic options available for installation at the dealership.