In September 2021, Acura debuted the facelifted 2022 RDX. The 2022 RDX has a starting price of $39,300 for a front-wheel-drive variant. In comparison to 2021, this is a $900 gain. Pricing starts at $42,545 with destination costs included if you want all-wheel drive.
The crossover received modest cosmetic and interior changes, as well as an increase in standard equipment.
With those beginning numbers, you can obtain a silver RDX with a black interior and silver 19-inch wheels. For the basic MSRP, it's the only RDX configuration available. Any other color combination will set you back at least $500 more.
A 10.2-inch touchscreen with an infotainment system that now supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is included in the base pricing. AcuraWatch driver-support and safety technologies, which include lane-keep assist and automated emergency braking, are included in the entry-level RDX. Acura's Active Sound Control, leatherette-trimmed seats, and a nine-speaker sound system are also standard.
All RDX grades come with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 272 horsepower and is mated to a 10-speed automated transmission.
The range-topping RDX PMC edition is on the opposite end of the pricing scale, yet you're just as likely to see it on the road as a basic model RDX. Acura will only make 200 of the $53,300 PMC models, which will be painted in the same Long Beach Blue as the NSX.
With an all-wheel-drive model outfitted with at least the Technology Package, most RDX buyers will likely pay between $45,000 and $50,000.
The Acura RDX 2022 is expected to hit showrooms in November.