High-Tech Safety Features Lead the Way in the 2016 Acura RDXOct 27th, 2016
When the RDX first debuted, it bounded on to the car scene as a high-tech wonder. Equipped with Acura’s first ever turbocharged four-cylinder engine and boasting a rather sophisticated all-wheel drive system, the RDX was a hit. Then, the automaker redesigned the crossover in 2012 and chose to equip it with a more traditional V6 engine. Now, in the 2016 model year, the Acura RDX continues to be a great choice among the growing luxury crossover segment. For more, press play on the video below:
While the 2016 RDX may offer the same 3.5-liter V6 engine that its predecessor did, there’s no denying that with 279-horsepower, it is a strong engine. The true updates in this year’s model can be found in the RDX’s tech features. With an all-new blind-spot monitoring system, adaptive cruise control, a forward collision mitigation system and a lane-departure intervention system, the RDX puts safety first with its many available high-tech driving aids.
If you’re craving some one-on-one time behind the wheel of this year’s RDX, we invite you to visit the Acura Pickering team today. Located in Pickering, Ontario, our team looks forward to getting you behind the wheel of this luxury styled crossover.
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