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While its European competitors might be a bit more buttoned-down on the road, Acura's 2019 RDX is a compelling, competent package, and arguably the best value in the compact luxury SUV segment.
If you're looking for an SUV with room for seven and is a hoot to drive, you can do much, much worse than the MDX Sport Hybrid.
With a torque-vectoring hybrid gasoline-electric drive system and adaptive dampers, the MDX hybrid feels light and nimble in the turns.
The Acura RDX becomes a simpler, more refined SUV for the 2015 model year with a new engine and AWD system, but terrible dashboard tech hurts the bottom line.
Turn off 2014 Acura MDX SH-AWD Advance's advanced and off-putting driver aid systems and you're left with a competent and sporty, high-tech SUV.
The 2013 Acura RDX is a comfortable and easy-driving small SUV with a premium feel, but the cabin tech shows some flaws that will prove frustrating over time.
The 2007 Acura RDX is a good value, with practical interior space and very good drivability. Techies will delight in its cabin systems, but luddites will be overwhelmed by the many buttons and voice commands.
The MDX just received a major refresh in 2017, so these updates are pretty light.
The 2016 Acura MDX fits a useful niche, offering a choice between seven passenger or ample cargo capacity good for those who only occasionally need either. Its high-tech highlights are a bit quirky, though, and may be too much to satisfy some drivers.