ding wrote: I will take a loaded Subaru Ascent for less money that the base with options RDX
I attended the Chicago auto show and looked at all vehicles and the Ascent was one I came away very impressed with. I think it will be a good rival for the Pilot, but I do not see it as a competitor for the RDX at all. The RDX is more targeting the Q5, X3/5, and Lexus RX/NX in my mind.
We saw the prototype in Detroit and the production model in New York. Now, it’s time to try out the 2019 Acura RDX in the real world. All new for this model year, the RDX gets the updates it badly needed to bring it up to date with the rest of its competition. That competition is fierce as well, as the compact luxury crossover market houses some of the most powerful names in the business. Volvo, BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Infiniti – everyone’s here.
For the 2019 Acura RDX to successfully fight the headwinds it inevitably faces in such a hotly contested market, it doesn’t just have to look different. It has to drive and feel different as well. So does it? Here are our Top 10 Things You Need to Know about the all-new Acura RDX.