The Top Rated 2019 Acura RDX Lease Offer in South Florida
2019 Acura RDX Lease Standard Key Features
- A-spec styling
- 10-speed automatic transmission
- Super Handling All-Wheel Drive
- Blind Spot Monitoring
- Post-collision safety system
- Power Liftgate/Trunk
- Upgraded Headlights
- Heated seats
- 20-inch alloy wheels
- Keyless Entry/Start
- Power Driver Seat
- Back-up camera
- Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
- Multi-Zone Climate Control
- Aux Audio Inputs
- Auto Climate Control
- Acura True Touchpad
- Ultra-wide panoramic power-adjustable moonroof
- Floating center console
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Overview of the 2019 Acura RDX
The 2019 Acura RDX is a luxury crossover SUV that seats up to five people. As the first in a new generation of Acura products, the re-engineered 2019 RDX delivers top-of-class performance, a more spacious and luxurious cabin, and a host of premium technology and features.
Designed, developed and manufactured in America, the new turbocharged RDX will launch mid-year as the quickest, best handling and most luxurious RDX yet.
What’s new this year for the 2019 Acura RDX?
The six-speed automatic is gone, replaced by a 10-speed automatic. As you’d expect, the individual ratios are closer-spaced but the total ratio spread is, according to Acura, 62 percent wider than the outgoing automatic. There are also steering-wheel-mounted paddles if you’d like to shift yourself.
There’s a larger panoramic moonroof, reflecting customer preferences for expansive glass panels up top. And there’s an A-Spec version, the first Acura crossover done up like that, although it’s mainly an appearance package.
The highlights are grey 20-inch alloy wheels, gloss black grille accents, larger exhaust tips, and some badging. Inside, it’s Ultrasuede with contrasting stitching and aluminum accents. That all sounds nice, but it’s the revised infotainment system that will be the most welcome change. The Acura True Touchpad Interface is an awkward name for the touchpad that controls a new 10.2-inch center display running on an Android backend