2019 Acura RDX Elite Platinum
2.0L Direct Injection Turbocharged VTEC® Engine
272 Horsepower
280 Lb.-ft. of Torque

Comments

    • Jimmy Q
      Jimmy Q

      WOW.

      about 4 days ago
    • Light23K
      Light23K

      Do you know if I could buy a RDX in Canada and drive or have them ship it to the USA?

      about 4 months ago
    • High On Cars
      High On Cars In reply to Light23K

      They won't ship it for you. You'll have to drive it there yourself and deal with all the paperwork and any import duties.

      Why not just get it there? Is it because it's cheaper here or do Canadian RDXs have features not offered in the States or both?

      about 4 months ago
    • Shuffle3956
      Shuffle3956

      How much is Acura milking the poor buyer? Platinum Elite LOL OK they would happily take your money if you are willing to pay them. I think this SUV is overpriced no matter what. This is a tiny ass compact cross over SUV. 55k buys u an MDX.

      about 10 months ago
    • High On Cars
      High On Cars In reply to Shuffle3956

      I highly recommend you checking it out in person. It's far from tiny. You'll be surprised how spacious it is. And if you compare apples to apples, the MDX Elite will cost you $65,000. And just to clarify, this is the Canadian pricing.

      about 10 months ago
    • Captain Carter
      Captain Carter

      Overprice?

      about 10 months ago
    • Mario Esr
      Mario Esr In reply to Captain Carter

      overpriced??? Come to Europe- You will see overpriced cars

      about 10 months ago
    • High On Cars
      High On Cars In reply to Captain Carter

      Does the same thought cross your mind when you look at the price of a Q5, X3 or GLC?

      about 10 months ago
    • J Moore
      J Moore

      Elite Platinum? Oh! Ontario license plate! Canada! That's the Advance Package in the US. Why would Acura have different names for trim levels in countries that border with each other? Other Continents... sure, okay... (Like the Acura NS-X and the Honda NS-X depending what continent your on.) But the same continent? People drive between both countries but over here is one thing and over there the same thing is called something else. I would think that would cause confusion. And internally in the corporate level keeping it all straight... ugh!

      But I've seen the new RD-X. It's very nice! I Love it!

      about 10 months ago
    • SwagSubscriber
      SwagSubscriber In reply to J Moore

      Yeah, Honda has been doin it since day 1. Ik this example, bc I own the car: 96-00 civic si in us is the same to the Canadian civic sir and the Canadian civic si is the same as the civic ex in the us. Why? Idk dude

      about 9 months ago
    • High On Cars
      High On Cars In reply to J Moore

      Yes, I am in Ontario 🙂

      Even across continents, a product should remain the same for consistency and simplicity. Sometimes companies make decisions that make no sense.

      Why do Jaguars have a 35t badge on a 3.0 V6 that's Supercharged?

      Why do the 6.2L V8 Mercedes-Benz cars have a 6.3 badge on them?

      I wonder who makes these recommendations and who approves them.

      about 10 months ago