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2016 Acura RDX AWD Review

Acura’s RDX may not have SH-AWD or a turbo charged engine anymore but it is still one of the best values in the segment. It doesn’t do everything right, but it does everything at the right price. For 2016 Acura decided to give the RDX a significant make over with new bumpers, new headlamps, new infotainment and navigation systems and the latest Acura safety technology from ACC and CMBS to LKAS and AcuraLink.

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