2018 Acura RDX near San Fransisco CA

There are plenty of SUV options in today's modern market, which may make it difficult for drivers to decipher what they need. While that may be the case, Acura offers a few new features in the 2018 Acura RDX, and we, here at Marin Acura in Corte Madera CA, want to share what we know about the new model and its package options. Don't forget you can also test drive the model at our dealership!
Beneath the hood of the new RDX lies a 3.5-liter i-VTEC® V-6 engine. This particular engine model is able to produce a healthy 279 horsepower, and around 252 pound-feet of torque. When the engine is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive, the base model RDX gives drivers the opportunity to harness power. Keep reading below to learn more about the package options offered on the 2018 Acura RDX.
Acura RDX cargo space
Acura RDX seating
Acura RDX front end

Available package options

Standard | Even at the base level, the RDX offers drivers a healthy amount of features. The Standard Package included a 7-speaker sound system with an 8-inch subwoofer, heated front seating, a rearview camera, LED headlights and taillights, and more! 

AcuraWatch™ Plus Package | As the next level up from the Standard Package, the AcuraWatch™ Plus Package provides drivers with a number of upgraded safety and avoidance features. With additives like the Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)*, drivers may feel safer on the road.  

Technology Package | Drivers who would like upgraded technology included in their 2018 RDX can enjoy the benefits of the Technology Package. Features like a premium sound system, and multi-use display provide a new level of quality. 

Advance Package | Those who opt for the Advance Package will also need to include the Technology and AcuraWatch™ Plus Package. When all of them work together, features like Remote Engine Start, front and rear parking sensors, and heated front seats are available.

*Depending on the circumstances, CMBS may not go through all of the alert stages before initiating the last stage of collision mitigation. The driver remains responsible to slow or stop the vehicle to avoid a collision.

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