|Overall Length||184.40 in.|
|Overall Height||65.00 in.|
|Curb Weight-automatic||3737 lbs|
|Front Headroom||38.70 in.|
|Front Legroom||42.00 in.|
|Front Shoulder Room||58.70 in.|
|Front Hip Room||55.70 in.|
|Rear Legroom||38.30 in.|
|Rear Shoulder Room||57.20 in.|
|Rear Hip Room||53.80 in.|
|Cargo Volume||26.10 cu.ft.|
|Front Spring Type||Coil|
|Rear Spring Type||Coil|
|Turning Diameter||38.90 in.|
Average raiting 4.9
I've had my RDX for a month and already have 2000 miles on it. Overall, I love the car. Very comfortable seats and ride, however, I've had a little difficulty finding and ideal driving position. I am very tall and with the seat all the way back to accommodate my legs, the steering wheel does not telescope quite far enough to be completely comfortable. Many complain about the two screen technology but I like it very much. I also own a Corvette so I like to go fast, and as a result I'm only averaging about 21 mpg around town, but that's fine with me since I had a Ford Explorer Sport before this and only got 17 mpg with that. Overall, I am very satisfied and would highly recommend this vehicle. I really like the styling, with the door handles contoured to the belt line and the LED headlights. I also like the clean back end with no bumper sticking out below the hatch and not visible exhaust tips (and yes I do like the four exhaust trumpets on my Vette).
Have had the RDX for about a month. So far, nothing but 5 stars in all areas.
Really enjoy the RDX and compared to my brothers Lexus, it blows it out of the water. Instrumentation is the only negative as it is very confusing and not easy to intuitively understand the functions. The split screens are also confusing and should be combined into one screen and not the dual screen method as of now. Ride, handling, safefy features such as lane departure and lane departure assist are outstanding! So glad I decided on the RDX.
Love the fit and finish throughout the exterior and interior of the RDX. I like that I can plug in my iPod and control it completely from the audio interface. The interface, however, is far from intuitive and I've often had to pull over in order to work through several attempts to complete an action (One example: search for and play a single song then revert back to shuffle and play the entire collection). The front doors close with a nice solid "thunk". The rear doors seem very light and uninsulated. The gas tank could be larger -- it's 16 gallons which, with an average 24mpg around town, gets me through about 380-400 miles before needing a refill. Seems to come up way more quickly than my former car (a Buick Lacrosse that had a much larger tank and got slightly fewer mpg's). I appreciate the ease of entry, the controls and comfort of the driver's seat, and the get-up-and-go when you hit the gas. Love the car!
Lots of space in the back seat. Wish it would have real leather seats!!! Looks like leather but they are not real leather seats.
|Below market||Market average||Above market|
|Frontal Barrier Crash Rating||
|Side Crash Rating||
Dynamic Test Result - No Tip
Risk of Rollover - 16.4
|Combined Side Barrier and Pole Ratings||
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|Side impact test||Good|
|Roof Strength Test||Good|
|Rear crash protection/head restraint||Good|
|IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Results||Good|
|IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test Results||Good|