The 2011 Acura RDX is a crossover utility vehicle that combines sedan-like driving performance with the practicality of a compact SUV. It’s family-safe, agile, good looking and tough. Invoice prices ranges from $30,395 up to $32,229. The new RDX is estimated to deliver fuel efficiency ratings of 19/24 MPG urban/rural and features a spirited 2.3L 240-horsepower 260 lb-ft turbocharged I4 engine. It works with a 5-speed automatic gearbox with SportShift technologies for manual mode shifting. Paddle shifters are mounted on the steering wheel. If front-wheel drive isn’t your thing, you can opt for Acura’s exclusive Super Handling All Wheel Drive configuration.
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On Premium trims of the Acura RDX for 2011, you’ll find a lengthy list of standard amenities including:
Heated front seats;
Automatic climate control;
18-inch alloy wheels;
The basic warranty attached to the RDX Acura 2011 will stay in effect for 4 years or 50,000 miles. You can expect your monthly payments to be between $600 and $650. Class competitors like the Lexus RX 350 ($39,775), Infiniti EX35 ($35,950) and the BMW X3 ($36,750) all cost, but offer no more. Notable standard safety features include Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), overhead curtain airbags, xenon high intensity discharge headlights, electronic brake assist and active frontal head restraints.
The 2011 Acura RDX carries over with very few changes. The standard seating capacity is for five adults and you’ll find 39 inches of headroom, 58 inches of shoulder room, 54 inches of hip room and 41.8 inches of legroom for frontal passengers. Rear passengers are treated nicely too, enjoying 37.6 inches of legroom themselves. The standard 27.8 cubic feet of luggage capacity can be expanded up to 60.6 cubic feet by lowering the rear seating. The Acura RDX is well-thought and makes getting where you need to go safe, dependable and exciting!