Is the Acura RDX a good sports car?

Is the Acura RDX a good sports car?

Purchased mine 2 weeks ago and have put on about 800 miles. The RDX handles amazingly and accelerates extremely well, very much like a sports car and far better than any other SUV. The technology package is a must. Acura/Honda has the best navigation system around.

When did the Acura RDX CUV come out?

Acura’s turbo-four cuv blows hot. And cold. At the RDX ’s debut in mid-2006, Acura defined the compact crossover as an “entry premium CUV” designed to appeal to “high-energy urbanites” who enjoy a “24/7 lifestyle.”

How much gas does a 2007 Acura RDX use?

Please keep in mind that I do about 70% highway driving and I am a fairly conservative driver The 2007 4 C Turbo eats premium gas in daily city grinding/driving.

What’s the quarter mile acceleration on an Acura RDX?

In our initial track test, with 1540 miles on the odo, the RDX clocked 0 to 60 in 6.7 seconds and ran the quarter-mile in 15.3 seconds at 91 mph. With 38,936 miles, it got to 60 in 6.4 seconds and hit the quarter-mile line in 15.1 at 92 mph. Acceleration of many of our long-term test cars improves with age, but the RDX improved more than most.

Are there any problems with the Acura RDX?

A very accurate Acura review of 2007 rdx. Vehicle has been trouble free for 175,000 except a couple of minor things. Acceleration and handling are top notch. Interior I would rate as not top quality – the leather has worn out and is ripping. Vehicle has all wheel drive and has proven its effectiveness in snow many times.

How does a vacuum valve work on a RDX?

The valve applies vacuum to the diaphragm that’s connected to the control rod. One of the most common failures on the RDX is when the diaphragm rips, and it can no longer control the boost. The wastegate system is duty-controlled by the PCM. It is either open or closed.

Where is boost control sensor on Acura RDX?

Boost control sensor: This sensor is located on the side of the intercooler and it measures the pressure at the intercooler. Manifold air pressure (MAP) sensor: The MAP sensor is located in the intake manifold.