2016 Acura RDX Values

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2016 model year changes

The 2016 RDX gets the "Jewel Eye" LED head and taillight setup. Revisions to the standard 3.5L V6 makes it more efficient. Heated seats are added as standard equipment. The Tech package now includes blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic monitoring.

Competitive comparison

Strong, responsive V6 powertrain; capable handling; comfortable interior; flexible, versatile interior layout

Special features for 2016

The RDX has proved to be a hot seller for Acura, and for good reason. It's small but refined alternative to mid-size luxury models like the Lexus RX or Cadillac SRX. The RDX's simplified model lineup and rich list of standard features also means that buyers get a well-equipped luxury vehicle that has a lower price tag than many other well-equipped models. Among the changes for 2016 include improved power and fuel economy, the front-wheel drive RDX is now rated to be capable of up to 29 mpg on the highway.
The Acura RDX is a compact luxury crossover SUV that seats five and that is offered in two trim levels. Standard outfitting consists of: 18” premium alloy wheels, heated and powered side mirrors, privacy glass in the rear, automated headlamps, parking camera with touchscreen console, remote entry/start, two-zone climate control (automated), heated and powered front seating, premium leather upholstery, tilt and telescope steering wheel, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a seven-speaker audio system. Add-ons can get you a collision mitigation system, xenon headlamps, powered rear liftgate, GPS, larger interior touchscreen and upgraded 10-speaker audio system. Under the hood is a 3.5-liter V6 engine that gets 273 horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque.