The 2020 Acura RDX is beloved by reviewers and drivers alike. The ride, the cargo space, and the economy. What’s not to love? Well, the non-Android-compatible, not-touch-screen multi-media system. And yet, reviewers agree: utility and performance make the Acura RDX a win for the money.
Car Gurus have their say
“A capable, spacious, luxury cross-over” is George Kennedy’s summation of the Acura RDX. While, he notes, it’s not that much different from the 2019 model, he has a lot to say about the value and drivability of the RDX.
Trouble spots? He does highlight the Acura’s infamous infotainment system. Users seem to weigh-in as having easily adapted with a little time and savvy. On the other hand, reviewers love to pin their criticism to that component.
TFLCar – The Fast Lane’s review
TFL loves the Acura, but consider the multimedia system, “a nightmare.” From the sounds to the unintuitive radio screen access, this reviewer is super sad about the infotainment and navigation system.
Stay with this video to learn about sport and sport plus modes. The Acura RDX has some fun features to play with!
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