Acura RDX Price Creeps up in 2015

Acura RDX Price Creeps up in 2015

The 2015 Acura RDX small crossover will be slightly more expensive for the 2015 model year. 

Pricing starts at $35,790 inluding delivery for the base front-wheel drive model while that model with navigation comes at a 3,700 premim for $39,490. Opting for the all-wheel drive version will raise the price by $1,400. Compared to last year, the RDX is $375 more expensive to start.

The RDX carries forwad into the new model year without any substantial changes, but remains an esepcially important product to the brand. So far this year, it ranks as the company’s second-best seller behind the larger MDX crossover.

Powered by a 3.5-liter V6, it offers 273 hp sent to either the front or all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.

GALLERY: 2015 Acura RDX


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  • BJH

    I want this. I really, really do. Perfect size and dynamics. But, an ugly snout and no lane departure warning, emergency auto stop, LED tailights, etc., etc., etc. Why does Honda and Acura always seem to be 5 years behind everyone else in basic tech? I want to buy their stuff – but they just are not up to snuff. In 2018 they will have the same things that a basic Hyundai Elantra had in 2013. Ugh.

  • Rickers

    I don’t even know if they offer the auto-brake feature on the newer MDX. Sounds like you want a Volvo.

  • Smilin’ Sue

    I love my RDX, you are right it is the perfect size. It is not a luxury vehicle but it acts like one. If you want all the play toys try the RLX! It is playful and classy! we have both in the family and depending on the mood, change cars! Don’t ever knock Acura… always the best style, service and comfort, and I have had just about everything!