With both vehicles based on the same core platform you might expect the Acura RDX and Honda CR-V to be very similar. The fact is, however, that they are both very different approaches to the compact crossover formula. This is the Acura RDX vs Honda CR-V.

The Acura RDX is designed for a sportier outdoor lifestyle with a second row that folds down easily with the flip of a lever. The front seats are pure Acura design with comfortable bolsters and high quality materials. The dashboard and center stack are both modern and eye-catching. The 3.5-liter V6 engine powers a paddle shifted 6-speed automatic transmission through either front- or all-wheel drive.

The Honda CR-V has one of the best interiors in the small SUV field. 10-way adjustable front seats with both heat and memory keep the driver and their passenger in extreme luxury. There's plenty of space for cargo and the second row folds down for even more. The 2.4-liter direct-injected 4-cylinder engine puts out 185-horsepower and 181-lbft of torque to the wheels.

Can't decide? See the Honda CR-V at your local AutoNation Honda dealership [www.autonation.com/find-a-store/brand/honda] and the Acura RDX at your local AutoNation-affiliated Acura dealership [www.autonation.com/find-a-store/brand/acura] in person.

Comments

    • Bill Jones
      Bill Jones

      Whats good about the Acura RDX is that it has the power of a V6 that doesn't have turbo lag which the 4 banger Honda has and a compression ratio (10 to1) pistons that doesn't need the more expensive gas.
      The 1.5 Honda motor is known to have a serious problem with oil dilution LOOK IT UP.

      about 5 months ago
    • Psilocybin
      Psilocybin

      bmw

      about 9 months ago
    • deepakforlife gill
      deepakforlife gill

      my is a great car

      about 1 year ago
    • deepakforlife gill
      deepakforlife gill

      and Honda crv

      about 1 year ago
    • deepakforlife gill
      deepakforlife gill

      acrua rdx is the best car

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric Rickman
      Eric Rickman

      Please update for the 2017 CRV.

      about 2 years ago
    • Roger Reyes
      Roger Reyes

      Love both SUVs . Best motors

      about 2 years ago
    • hconn
      hconn

      Why are you still showing the old CRV?

      about 2 years ago