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Since it's introduction in 2007, the Acura RDX continues into 2011 with its elements primarily unaltered and that's the way we like it. Though the RDX has been on the U.S. market for four years, with only a few updates, it still manages to look fresh.
The RDX maintains a sleeker look than the Honda CR-V with a more sharply angled rear and clean interior. Strictly from a perspective concerning style and design, the vehicle is beautiful and well crafted with well-placed brightwork and details underscoring its athleticism perfectly.
The 2011 Acura RDX is a powerplant like none other in its league: an intercooled and turbocharged 2.3-liter VTEC four-cylinder developing 260 pound-feet of torque and 240 horsepower in conjunction with a five-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The strong, animated feel of the powerplant hasn't changed. Also, a notable quality of the 2011 model is its brakes. The RDX comes equipped with strong and light brakes lending to both safety and comfortability.
As with any crossover, space is a key topic of concern. The aforementioned sloping of the rear exterior cuts into the trunk space of the RDX, but I find folding the seats back will make space for any larger item I might possibly need to carry. Smaller storage places exist, however, exist surprisingly all over the RDX. The doors come with lidded compartments for small items; the main compartment comes with a lock and is about 13"-15" wide; and the center console comes with a false bottom. All in all, the 2011 Acura RDX is a strong competitor in the SUV-crossover league and worthy of your consideration.
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