The Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist handles well and its standard AWD gives off-road ability as well, though only the turbo model offers spirited performance.
Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist Overview and Price
The Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist SUV is in its last year before a redesign, but thankfully not a rethink. It’s spacious, quiet, comfortable, and capable, mostly thanks to its standard all-wheel-drive system and chunky flat-4 enging. The Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist offers a pleasantly high driving position, lots of front elbow room, and a dashboard far enough away to make the interior feel spacious. The upright shape and low window line make the interior airy and light and give excellent outward visibility.
Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist Exterior
Noise suppression is good, with more sound deadening added last year, as well as an acoustic windshield, thicker window glass, and better door seals. This helps address a chronic New Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist Concept weak point and makes the car much more pleasant for longer trips.
Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist Review, specs and Release date
Top safety scores and continual updates to safety features put the Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist among the safest cars in its class. All Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist include a rearview camera as standard equipment. This year, all Limited and Touring models now come with blind-spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alerts. Those features are also added to Premium models ordered with Subaru’s EyeSight system.
The best value in Acura Rdx 2019 Lane Keep Assist is a base model with manual gearbox, but it’s still decently priced after adding fancy audio, leather, and a moonroof.