Acura says the 2014 RDX is available in the United States with a MSRP of $34,520, without taking into account the additional $895 destination charge. This makes it $200 more expensive compared to the 2013 model year. If you want the all-wheel drive version, prepare to pay an extra $1,400. Under the hood is a V6 3.5-liter engine outputting 273 bhp linked to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Clients can order the revised RDX with a fresh Kona Coffee exterior paint scheme which has replaced the old Amber Brownstone hue. The car is being manufactured at the Honda assembly plant located in East Liberty, Ohio.
As standard, the 2014 Acura RDX features a power sunroof, heated power front seats, leather upholstery and a 360-watt sound system. There are additional standard goodies such as keyless access system, text messaging function, Pandora internet radio interface, multi-angle rearview camera and active noise control system.
If you are willing to spend an extra $3,700 you can get the technology package which brings a 60GB hard drive, navigation system with voice recognition, AcuraLink satellite communication system, dual zone automatic climate control, AccuraLink real-time weather, AccuraLink real-time traffic with traffic routing, power-actuated rear tailgate, Acura/ELS sound system, front fog lights, projector-beam headlights with bi-xenon HID bulbs.