2011 Acura RDX Values

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2011 model year changes

Following a redesign in 2010, the Acura RDX returns largely unchanged for 2011. The small SUV again features bold, angular exterior looks in keeping with the rest of the Acura lineup.

Competitive comparison

Aggressive looks; athletic performance and ride; powerful, efficient powertrain; strong standard feature list

Special features for 2011

In a crowded luxury crossover segment, the Acura RDX has proven itself to be a competent and worthy performer. With its standard amenities and impressive Tech Package, plus its sporty turbocharged engine, the RDX is a people-mover at the head of the class.
Either a front-wheel or all-wheel drive vehicle, the 2011 Acura RDX offers a luxurious equipment package for under $40,000. Exterior styling for the Acura RDX, which was recently redesigned in 2010, features high-profile standard features such as HID headlamps and rear-view camera. Fitted on a suspension specifically-tuned to encourage quiet handling, the 2011 Acura RDX is amply powered by a turbocharged 2.3 liter engine. Delivering 240 horsepower through a 5-speed Sequential SportShift automatic transmission, fuel economy potential for the 2011 RDX depends on the election of either the lighter weight front-wheel or Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system. Supplying 21.5 miles per gallon average fuel economy with front-wheel drive, the all-wheel drive Acura RDX loses 2 miles per gallon. Inside, the 2011 Acura RDX has all the standard convenience features that can be expected on a premium crossover vehicle. Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, automatic climate control and a 360-watt, 7-speaker audio system is found in the 5-passenger interior with items like AcuraLink available for an extra cost. Standard stability control, Acura's ACE body structure and a tire pressure monitoring system allows the RDX to be a safe premium vehicle choice.