Acura offers the new 2010 RDX, a model with a fresh new exterior look, a more luxurious interior and a host of new technology features. The car is now available with a two-wheel drive option which offers improved fuel economy. On the outside, the 2010 RDX received different changes resulting in a more aggressive, sporty appearance. It also features revised braking system components that deliver better feel and enhanced durability. The new model also incorporates leading safety technologies including advanced front, side and side curtain airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist, ABS and so on. Inside, the RDX has a full complement of passive safety features. Key technologies include the latest generation of dual-stage, multiple-threshold airbags for the driver and front passenger, plus side airbags for the driver and front passenger along with side curtain airbags with a rollover sensor of all outboard occupants.
Never content resting on its laurels, Acura brings to market the 2010 RDX with a fresh new exterior look, a more luxurious interior, and a host of new technology features. For 2010, the RDX is now available with a two-wheel drive option which offers improved fuel economy and a lower price point over its SH-AWDâ„˘ counterpart.
"The RDX has always offered a unique mix of great performance, good utility, lots customer relevant technology and sharp looks- but for 2010 these attributes get even better," said Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. "The availability of a new 2WD model with improved fuel economy and a lower price make the 2010 RDX a smart choice."
The RDX continues to be the compact luxury SUV of choice for drivers with energetic lifestyles who need a responsive and sporty vehicle with plenty of utility and leading edge styling. 2010 marks the first time ever that the RDX is available with a two-wheel-drive option, which is appealing to customers who live in warmer climates and who don`t need the all-weather capability all-wheel drive offers. Due to the decreased weight of the two wheel drive model, the RDX gets improved fuel economy over the SH-AWD model- resulting in an improvement of 2 mpg in the city and on the highway.
Externally, the 2010 RDX receives numerous changes resulting in a more aggressive, sporty appearance. Exterior changes include redesigned 18-inch diameter aluminum-alloy wheels, bold new front and rear bumper fascias, Acura`s signature design front grille, revised headlights and taillights, new exhaust tips and satin trim accents.
While the RDX`s sport-minded chassis remains the same, the 2010 model features revised braking system components that deliver better feel and enhanced durability. Also for 2010, the RDX receives several new standard interior features including a rear view camera system, electronic compass, a pull handle to make closing the rear hatch easier, auto-function headlights, ambient footwell lighting, a center console storage tray, improved cupholders, USB-port connectivity, and Note function for XMÂ® Radio. Additionally, the RDX interior gets subtle changes to the leather, resulting in a richer, more premium look to the interior seating surfaces.
True to Acura`s leadership in the application of advanced technology, the RDX incorporates a class-leading array of features that keep passengers informed, entertained and in control. Every RDX features as standard BluetoothÂ® HandsFreeLinkÂ® connectivity with new BluetoothÂ®audio capabilities, a 7-speaker Acura Premium Sound System and a new USB port that allows the connection of (and charging of) items such as an iPhoneÂ® or iPodÂ®. For those who want to be even more connected to the world around them, the optional Technology Package includes Acura`s signature Navigation System with Voice Recognition which has expanded voice capabilities for 2010. Additionally, the AcuraLinkâ„˘ Satellite Communication System with Real-Time Trafficâ„˘ now features Traffic Reroutingâ„˘ and AcuraLink Real-Time Weatherâ„˘.
The RDX also incorporates leading safety technologies based on Acura`s "Safety Through Innovation" initiative including advanced front, side and side curtain airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist â„˘ (VSAâ„˘), ABS with Brake Assist and an Advanced Compatibility Engineeringâ„˘ (ACEâ„˘) body structure.
Safety and Security
The RDX`s technology leadership also extends to safety, where a long list of advanced features, including an Advanced Compatibility Engineeringâ„˘ (ACEâ„˘) body structure allow the RDX to achieve NHTSA`s top rating (5-Stars) for both frontal and side impact crash tests**
The ACEâ„˘ body structure employs a network of interconnected front frame structures that work to absorb and redirect collision forces away from the passenger cabin while helping improve crash compatibility with vehicles of different sizes in a frontal collision. A special frame member located below the RDX`s front bumper is designed to engage the front bumper of a lower vehicle, allowing the bumper systems of both vehicles to attenuate crash energy more efficiently.
In addition, a specially engineered hood, collapsible hood hinges, breakaway wiper pivots and other features help reduce the chance of pedestrian injury in the event of a collision with the vehicle.
Inside, the RDX has a full complement of passive safety features. Key technologies include the latest generation of dual-stage, multiple-threshold airbags for the driver and front passenger, plus side airbags for the driver and front passenger along with side curtain airbags with a rollover sensor for all outboard occupants. The front passenger`s side airbag features an Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS) to prevent airbag deployment if a child or small-stature adult leans into the deployment path. LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) child seat mounting systems allow the quick and secure installation of a child seats.
Like all Acura models, the 2010 RDX is covered by a comprehensive 4-year/50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty and a 6-year/70,000 miles powertrain limited warranty. Additional ownership benefits include Acura Total Luxury CareÂ®, which provides free 24-hour roadside assistance, concierge service and trip routing.
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