You probably won’t be blown away by the changes made to the Acura RDX for the 2020 model year, as the Japanese crossover adds a new color to the palette, called Platinum White, and not much else.
The range is comprised of eight different grades, which start with the front-wheel drive RDX and its $38,595 MSRP, followed by the Technology Package, A-Spec and Advance Package, from $41,795, $44,795 and $46,695, respectively.
The most affordable all-wheel drive model costs at least $40,595, with customers needing to pay at least $48,695 when choosing the top-of-the-line grade. The AWD Technology Package and A-Spec start from $43,795 and $46,795, respectively. All prices include the $995 destination and handling charge.
The 272 hp (276 PS / 203 kW) and 280 lb-ft (380 Nm) of torque 2.0-liter turbocharged engine has been carried over and is still coupled to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The FWD versions of the 2020 RDX have an EPA-estimated mileage rating of 22/28/24 mpg (10.7/8.4/9.8 l/100 km / 26.4/33.6/28.8 mpg UK) in city/highway/combined, and the AWD models return 21/27/23 mpg (11.2/8.7/10.2 l/100 km / 25.2/32.4/27.6 mpg UK).
Acura’s 2020 RDX continues to be offered with a standard panoramic moonroof, LED headlights, sport seats and the AcuraWatch safety gear. The SUV is also available with the True Touchpad Interface, 710-watt, 16-channel ELS Studio 3D premium audio system with roof-mounted speakers and more.
The 2020 RDX will arrive at dealers starting today (May 2, 2019)