2015 Acura RDX | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Acura RDX. 2015 Acura RDX hybrid is one brand new car from Acura that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Acura RDX.
Now, the 2015 Acura RDX is a luxury compact SUV that carries over unchanged this year. The 2015 Acura RDX is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 273 horsepower. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive come standard, and all-wheel drive is available. The 2015 RDX achieves an EPA-estimated 20/28 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive, while the all-wheel drive model gets 19/27 mpg. Exterior highlights include standard heated mirrors, projector beam headlights and available fog lights.
For fashionable families who want a just-right-sized crossover wagon, that doesn’t involve making too many compromises in performance, safety, or features, the 2015 Acura RDX is a great fit.
On the outside, the RDX is good looking, but it definitely looks less extroverted than it feels behind the wheel and far more mature than the last-generation model, which is now fading to memory as a bold, original statement, but one that wasn’t as popular as this current model. The shape of the RDX is smooth, and the profile is attractive, punctuated by pronounced fender arches. Inside, there’s a characteristically Acura form and function, with a central pod of dash controls, plus lots of soft-touch materials and matte surfaces that bring an upscale look and feel. If we could point to a flaw, it’s that for the dash it relies too much on bright finishes.
2015 Acura RDX Price. | Pricing for the new 2015 Acura RDX has been set at $34,895 – $39,995 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Acura RDX we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Acura RDX Interior. | The 2015 Acura RDX undercuts BMW and Mercedes in pricing, and offers more value, in terms of features for the money than most vehicles in this class even the Lexus, which is admittedly a half-size up. Dual-zone climate control, cruise control, keyless entry with push-button start, ambient lighting, a seven-speaker sound system with USB/MP3/Auxiliary support, Bluetooth handsfree calling, and more are all standard features. Yet what’s missing are the high-end goodies that most of those other models offer like adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, and parking assistance.
In case there’s any confusion, the Technology Package brings a host of the company’s best tech features to the 2015 RDX, not the least of which includes the AcuraLink Satellite Communication System, Acura Navigation System with Voice Recognition, a hard disk drive (HDD) with 60 gigabytes of storage capacity, AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic with Traffic Rerouting, AcuraLink Real-Time Weather, a GPS-linked solar-sensing, dual-zone automatic climate control system, Acura/ELS Surround Premium Sound System, a power-actuated rear tailgate, projector beam headlights with Bi-Xenon High Intensity Discharge (HID) bulbs and front fog lights.
An available Technology Package adds navigation with voice controls, real-time traffic and weather, a GPS-linked climate control, SMS texting support, and Pandora app functionality. Also part of it is a ten-speaker Acura/ELS audio system that produces clear, enveloping sound even at very low volumes.
2015 Acura RDX Exterior. | The Acura RDX was completely recast two model years ago as a far more conservative, straight-laced vehicle than its predecessor had been. With it, Acura is no longer seeking young professional males looking for sportiness; instead it’s going for those with kids and empty-nesters. That edge was tough to see go, and styling is part of it, for sure, as the current RDX is smart inside and out but hardly bold.
On the outside, the RDX is good looking, but it definitely looks less extroverted than it feels behind the wheel and far more mature than the last-generation model, which is now fading to memory as a bold, original statement, but one that wasn’t as popular as this current model. The shape of the RDX is smooth, and the profile is attractive, punctuated by pronounced fender arches. From the front, the new RDX is at its most muscular, but the somewhat controversial bright ‘beak’ grille is toned down here. More powerful fenders and a standard crossover ride height give a sense of off-road capability, though the RDX is no true SUV its roofline is low and arched, really more like that of a wagon.
2015 Acura RDX – Exterior Dimensions :
>. Wheelbase : 105.7 in (2685 mm)
>. Track, front : 63.1 in (1604 mm)
>. Track, rear : 63.4 in (1610 mm)
>. Overall Length : 183.5 in (4660 mm)
>. Overall Width : 73.7 in (1872 mm)
>. Overall Height : 66.1 in (1678 mm)
>. Ground Clearance Unladen : 8.1 in (205 mm)
>. Ground Clearance Fully Laden : 5.4 in (137 mm)
>. Maximum Towing Capacity : 1,500 lbs
2015 Acura RDX Safety. | The 2015 Acura RDX comes standard with antilock brakes, stability and traction control, front side airbags, side curtain airbags, active front head restraints and a rearview camera. In Edmunds brake testing, an all-wheel-drive RDX came to a stop from 60 mph in 127 feet, which is a few feet longer than average for this class.
2015 Acura RDX Engine. | The 2015 RDX bucks trends toward turbocharging and downsizing in favor of a large, 3.5-liter V-6. And although that might seem an odd decision, the V-6 does return a respectable 28 highway with front-wheel drive. From the driver’s seat, the RDX feels peppy, smooth, and strong for everything from urban stop-and-go to rural high-speed passing. Under full throttle, the RDX willingly moves quickly without requiring dramatic multi-gear downshifts from the six-speed automatic (good, because the automatic can be hesitant when you really need it); it also handles the road well, and thanks to two-stage dampers it stays composed on twisty sections yet easily absorbs potholes and general harshness.
Call it a mystery. With the last redesign given to the Acura RDX, the brand decided to buck the trend toward turbocharging and downsizing in favor of a large, 3.5-liter V-6.That might come as an odd decision from a company that’s known for technology and efficiency, although the V-6 does return a decent 28 mpg highway.
>. Engine Type : 3.5-liter SOHC V-6
>. Horsepower, SAE net : 273 hp at 6,200 rpm
>. Torque, SAE net : 251 lb-ft at 5,000 rpm
>. Redline : 6,800 rpm
>. Bore and Stroke : 3.5 x 3.7 inches (89 x 93 mm)
>. Displacement : 211.8 cu in (3,471 cc)
>. Compression Ratio : 10.5:1
>. Induction System : Multi-Point Fuel Injection, Drive-By-Wire™ throttle system, Variable Cylinder Management (VCM)
>. Valvetrain : Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC®), 4- valves-per-cylinder, belt-driven, single overhead camshaft (SOHC)
>. Engine Block : Aluminum block with cast-iron cylinder liners
>. Emissions Certification : EPA TIER 2 – BIN 5 and CARB LEV II ULEV