2019 Acura RDX will open the order books in this year, which remains unchanged from the current model that was facelifted last year. The MDX model from Acura grew in both cost and size, the manufacturer left the space for the novel admission level model in its array. RDX is a compact lavishness crossover, which at first appeared in 2006 and today, this is an admission level vehicle of the luxury auto division of Honda.
2019 Acura RDX Exterior and Interior Design
Exterior designing of the 2019 Acura RDX vehicle is based on modern trends. Acura has decided to create the luxury vehicle with sporty features. The company will use a light weight structure in order to enhance the power performance. The aluminum and steel are major components to form structure. The grille, headlights, indicators and bonnet will make the front more impressive. The company is looking forward to make the vehicle more attractive with the help of narrow headlights, rain sensing wipers, front foglights, remote engine start and tires are 18 inches with aluminum rims.
As a luxury model, the interior 2019 Acura RDX are expected with significant enhancements and more sophisticated technologies than its predecessor. RDX SUV has room for 5 passengers. Offered as standard with the new Advance Package, all 2019 RDX also get a 4.2 inch full color TFT Multi Information Display with customizable info readouts such as fuel range, fuel economy, tire pressure monitoring system and turn by turn navigation prompts, on variants equipped with navigation.
2019 Acura RDX Release Date and Price
The exact release date for the new Acura RDX remains unknown, but it should arrive sometime in 2018. There is still plenty of time for numerous changes on 2019 Acura RDX. Pricing for the new-generation RDX will likely see a small hike over the current model’s range of $36,000 to $45,000.
2019 Acura RDX Powertrain and Performance
Right now, versions of the RDX are equipped with a 279 horsepower and 252 pound feet of torque 3.5 liter V6 engine and six speed automatic transmission. But, i highly suspect that Acura will downsize and go with a variation of the 2.0 liter that powers the Honda Civic Type R. It won’t produce the same 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet as it does in the Type R, but Acura’s version could produce the same power output of the current V-6 while saving weight and economy. Beside more power, it will also come with slightly improved fuel economy 1 mpg. This vehicle offered with the front-wheel drive system as a standard feature and the four wheel drive mode as an optional feature. The new fangled 4 cylinder turbo motor is likely to equip it in the future after 2019 Acura RDX release.