The 2019 Acura RDX is completely new and built off a brand new chassis. Stiffer, longer, and more stylish, this premium compact SUV kicks it up in terms of performance and features. The 2.0 direct injected turbo engine is a joy to drive, matched to a 10 speed automatic transmission and equipped with Acura's SH-AWD system.

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    • gt6339a
      gt6339a

      Don't you guys know 2019 rdx has 2-3 gear transmission issue? even acura acknowledges the problem.. but they cant fix it!

      about 1 month ago
    • Mubiru Denis
      Mubiru Denis

      Nice machine altogether

      about 1 month ago
    • Tyson Perry
      Tyson Perry

      I have one and i love it ❤️❤️❤️❤️

      about 2 months ago
    • The Great Man
      The Great Man

      Is there a Mobile hotspot in this car

      about 2 months ago
    • Nuj Allim
      Nuj Allim In reply to The Great Man

      There is.

      about 2 months ago
    • Everyday Reviews
      Everyday Reviews In reply to The Great Man

      Doesn’t matter what manufacturer it is, you usually only get it free for a few months, maybe a little longer and after that you have to pay.

      about 2 months ago
    • The Great Man
      The Great Man In reply to The Great Man

      Everyday Reviews If it has a hotspot are they free or do you have to pay monthly

      about 2 months ago
    • Everyday Reviews
      Everyday Reviews In reply to The Great Man

      I can’t remember but it seems most new premium vehicles have it now.

      about 2 months ago
    • David Gladstone
      David Gladstone

      I really want to complement you. This review was not only very informative but I love the way you film and edit your videos. I also happen to agree with you On virtually all of your comments regarding the Acura RDX Advance trim. One thing I really wish they would’ve included are adaptive headlights. Why did the Canadian models include this and other features (like power folding side view mirrors), and the American models do not? First time I have ever hit the subscribe button on review videos.

      about 3 months ago
    • Tony Lee
      Tony Lee

      I bought a 2018 because I didn't like all that junks they put in and encountered lots of problems now: 10 speed tranny. info system and control, annoying engine shutoff at stop, Stupid button shifter. Of course the super ugly over size black wheels and other black trims. Wouldn't be surprise turbo is next recall. WGAF about MPG on a $45000+ car?

      about 4 months ago
    • Chris Carrera
      Chris Carrera

      Love the review man!!

      about 4 months ago
    • Johannes Amatdarso
      Johannes Amatdarso

      At the beginning there s a bleu rdx and in the clip there s a white one???

      about 5 months ago
    • Naughtysauce
      Naughtysauce

      It looks good in the front, but I saw one from the back driving yesterday & I thought it was the new CRV. Should have styled it a bit better & gotten rid of the Honda lobster claws they've been using lately

      about 5 months ago
    • coolshariq
      coolshariq

      Awesome review!!! I can listen to that engine all day :) sound sick!!

      about 6 months ago
    • Outdoor Layne
      Outdoor Layne

      After test driving a lot, we have settled on this or the BMW X3. The latter is definitely quicker but significantly more expensive and there is always the potential for durability issues. But I must say, German horses certainly seem to be more robust than those from Japan.

      about 7 months ago
    • Michael Kensington
      Michael Kensington In reply to Outdoor Layne

      The head to head with the BMW X3 actually showed that the RDX acceleration and speed was superior. Check out some of the youtube videos showing the comparison

      about 5 months ago
    • Outdoor Layne
      Outdoor Layne In reply to Outdoor Layne

      Yes, there is actually a lot of tech in it and we are still figuring it out. It is primarily my wife's car but I took it for a blast today and played with the modes. After owning it for a short time now I can say with confidence that it is really actually fun to drive. When we park it, we often come out with a few people looking at it which is both weird and flatering at the same time. Regarding the remote start: The A-Spec model that we have has remote start already built into the key fob which came from the factory. I am in Canada, however, so maybe they are spec'd differently up here? Not sure though.

      about 7 months ago
    • Mel C
      Mel C In reply to Outdoor Layne

      Good to know especially as I'll probably purchase this week so thanks for your fast reply. I believe I need to take for another spin as I was overwhelmed w/information & exhausted by the process. I'm in the Chicago area & have them down to $43,665 w/about $1k of accessories to sweeten the deal & a decent amount on my trade. I'm also working on getting 0.9% w/them & I'd like to get them down a bit more or at least throw in a remote start too.

      about 7 months ago
    • Outdoor Layne
      Outdoor Layne In reply to Outdoor Layne

      Yeah - we did actually end up going with the ASpec. We test drove them again and drove them much harder this time and I feel this is where the RDX actually sets itself above. The SH-AWD addition is quite impressive and the car in Sport + shifts lightning fast and has great low end torque. We also looked at a 2018 RDX but the handling for the new one, at least for us, was considerably more sporting.

      about 7 months ago
    • Mel C
      Mel C In reply to Outdoor Layne

      I felt the same way. After watching so many positive reviews I was disappointed w/the A-spec 4-cyl vs my '15 Base RDX AWD. Did you make your decision yet?

      about 7 months ago
    • Walid H
      Walid H

      Great review

      about 7 months ago
    • Stephanie Sterling
      Stephanie Sterling

      I have driven Acuras since 2000, including 3 TLs and 2 RDXs. Until getting the 2019 RDX SH-AWD Tech, my 2008 TL was my favorite car - it handled and cornered fantastically. I was considering changing brands after 18 years of Acuras and read multiple reviews and looked at Lexus, Infiniti, Mercedes and BMW. Once I drove the 2019 RDX it was no contest and I didn't have to spend $50k -$60k to be happy. I did not spring for the Advance or A-Spec (they were not necessary and the only thing I wish I had were the ventilated seats during this hot Summer), but if you are considering this SUV, definitely drive the SH-AWD. It handles like a dream for a luxury SUV of this size and in it's market class. My gas mileage for city driving is about 16 mph and on the highway about 26 mph - and the car is under 3,000 miles and has not even been broken in yet.

      about 8 months ago
    • darnell rogers
      darnell rogers

      It makes no sense to buy the A spec model because is all looks and you get the same power.... just get the advanced model

      about 8 months ago
    • joe
      joe In reply to darnell rogers

      Well looks are cool. And red seats. And you get the upgraded sound.

      about 2 months ago
    • George Armerding
      George Armerding

      Btw SH-AWD historically doesn't use the brakes in its torque vectoring system but electronic differentials and nice shades.

      about 8 months ago
    • Tj Davis
      Tj Davis

      NOT a fan of the button shifters...WTF Acura/Honda? Work on improving speed and handling and leave the damn shifters alone! I actually want to FEEL what I shift to, not press a button like im in a golf cart
      I feel like they are getting away more from being "one with the car", to all electric/ autonomous driving, not cool

      and the ASPEC RDX is nice, wish it was an option and not a trim level, bc it really doesn't change the DNA up enough to be a trim, imo

      about 8 months ago
    • sonar008
      sonar008

      You spec an Aspec and it comes to 50K USD category that’s freakin scary

      about 8 months ago
    • Lloyd Y Benoit
      Lloyd Y Benoit In reply to sonar008

      The Germans are more expansive ,less reliable and y surprisingly the new RDX is extremely luxurious

      about 8 months ago
    • Science for Life
      Science for Life

      Honda Civic 2017 Canadian models (all versions) have the head gasket leak issue. My brother's 2017 Civic touring engine has been rebuilt 2 times already and Honda refused to replace the vehicle or entire engine. But they gave us a 25-year lifetime warranty plus towing for free. The engine stalls and the car stops in the middle of the road when this issue comes up. The dealership agrees that this is a VERY common problem in ALL Honda Civics. I lost my trust on Honda products completely! I even wrote an email to Japan accusing them of not protecting their customers and selling junks and covering up their tracks. No replay from the Honda. I don't want a warranty, I want a reliable car so I don't get stuck in the middle of the Winter! The point of the story is don't buy Hondas and Acuras and expect a great customer service or reliability.

      about 8 months ago
    • StressedOutMouse
      StressedOutMouse

      The RDX sure does look really nice but I can't get over the interior center stack and steering wheel controls, too much stuff going on

      about 8 months ago
    • D Es
      D Es

      You are the only reviewer that took the time to show what the trunk looks like with a stroller in the trunk. As a new parent looking for a family car, I thank you, good sir!!!!

      about 8 months ago
    • Y&S FOOD!
      Y&S FOOD!

      Terrific video clip! Up here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to catch this style of content. We create Travel & Food shows as well, around the globe, and so we are frequently looking to get inspirations and so vision. Thank You.

      about 8 months ago
    • AL GZ
      AL GZ

      I've read somewhere that it's possible that a V6 will be available next yr?

      about 8 months ago
    • dane dayne
      dane dayne

      Nice vehicle, it certainly looks more luxurious and upscale than the previous model.

      about 8 months ago
    • Toys R KidsTV
      Toys R KidsTV

      Acura is back on track. This new RDX is a step up from previous models. Well done Acura!!! Can’t wait for the next generation for the rest of the models especially the MDX next gen

      about 8 months ago
    • John Furious
      John Furious

      Not a fan of 4 cylinder on high price premium models....They would say that your paying for better appointments, but for me V6/V8 is quieter and make you feel like your getting what you pay for.

      about 8 months ago
    • ChestyMD
      ChestyMD

      The interior looks dated and ugly. The dash needs to be simple and elegant like the new accords.

      about 8 months ago
    • Toys R KidsTV
      Toys R KidsTV In reply to ChestyMD

      ChestyMD the new accord’s dash is not elegant at all. This interior is more luxurious

      about 8 months ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T

      2019 Buick Envision 2.0T has better torque at 295 lb-ft.

      about 8 months ago
    • Ziggy Li
      Ziggy Li In reply to Norm T

      操你妈别一天到晚中国不中国的。

      about 7 months ago
    • Lloyd Y Benoit
      Lloyd Y Benoit In reply to Norm T

      don't let gm fool you with number, it still a buick and the Chinese own and build them

      about 8 months ago
    • Manuel Rendón
      Manuel Rendón

      No review talks about 0-60 times

      about 8 months ago
    • Lloyd Y Benoit
      Lloyd Y Benoit In reply to Manuel Rendón

      5.7

      about 8 months ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T In reply to Manuel Rendón

      Manuel Rendón Acura has t released their tuned up version to the major auto magazines yet like they did for the CTR.

      about 8 months ago
    • uruglytoo
      uruglytoo

      hey buddy, good to see your duaghters got your wife's looks...

      about 8 months ago
    • Kat ณ.บางเขน
      Kat ณ.บางเขน

      I like this man... Nice voice and good reporter

      about 8 months ago