2019 Acura RDX Rumors, Features, Price ( Concept Images, Redesign) Release Date

The Acura RDX is all set to get a makeover. Technically the
Acura RDX was Acura’s paramount authentic compact
SUV/crossover. The very first RDX came in the year 2007 and was
succeeded by its second-generation model in 2013. Now in the
intimate future, Acura is all set up to release its third
generation RDX. Acura has maintained a thick cloak on this car
and it has been difficult to know much about it. It is
definitely going to be a tuff competition for cars like BMW X3
and Audi Q5. The all-new Acura RDX is going to make its debut
in 2019. Acura is all set up for a full fletched attack on the
compact SUV segment.

2019 Acura RDX Exterior

Acura has taken great measures in order to conceal the look of
the 2019 RDX model, not much can be figured out due to the
veil. One can rest assured that it is going to be quite
different from its predecessor. It is sure that it will have
the depiction of Acura’s Jewel-Eye headlights, but these are
going to be different then what we see in new ILX and the
current MDX.  They are going to look quite clean and sleek
and have their own LED strips. It will get a new unique grille
with a completely revolutionized look. There will be a divider
on the grille. One can expect to see down below some bigger
corner vents with long LED fog lights.
From the look of it, it is pretty clear that side profile of
this car will be subjugated by some brawny wheel wells up
front, while the rears will sit more flush with the body. The
taillights will be placed a bit below. There is a lot of
mystery revolving around the looks of this car, hopefully much
more will be revealed in the near future.

2019 Acura RDX Interior

One can expect a renovated interior. It will definitely be
build using CO2 dietary fiber and lightweight aluminum. Seeing
the interior of the previous Acura you can be sure that they
will step up their game as the previous version looked a lot
cheaper from the inside than its competition. The lower end
model will likely be getting a TFT screen between a couple of
analog gauges while the higher end model will probably get all
digital in this department. The competition is offering a lot
when we talk about interiors, Acura has to make sure that they
step up their efforts and give the people something which will
amaze them and attract them to this car.
Along with a diamond pentagon grille, it will also get
precision cockpit infotainment and much more.

2019 Acura RDX Engine

Things can get very much interesting in this department. As of
now, RDX is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine. It delivers a
moderate 279 horsepower and 6,200 rpm and 252 pound-feet of
torque at 4,900 rpm. The Acura will certainly not downsize its
powerful engine and in all probability go with a variation of
the 2.0-liter. We might see a new hybrid engine in the nearby
future. Most probably a 6-speed automatic transmission will be
used. An all-wheel-drive variant might also be made
The engine will be fairly adequate in order to deliver
sufficient power.

2019 Acura RDX Release date and

2019 Acura RDX will be starting its production and will be
introduced in the market approximately in the middle of 2019.
The price of the current variant 2018 is priced at $35,800 for
its entry-level model. It is very much possible that Acura will
increase the price quite a lot if it feels the need to. A
pricing of $39,000 for the starting model wouldn’t be out of
the question. The price won’t be much if the car lives up to
the expectations.

With all the latest technology and powerful looks, it will
surely dominate the segment and give a tuff competition to
brands like BMW, Mercedes, and Audi. The price seems to be
competitive as well. A lot is still not known about this
compact SUV, as more spy shots are made available one will be
able to know more about it. The car does not look dominant and
looks rather more like a family car. It is going to be the very
first Acura to get a full redesign.

2019 Acura RDX Photo Gallery


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