10 Speakers 4.25 Axle Ratio 4-Wheel Disc Brakes ABS brakes Air Conditioning Alloy wheels AM/FM radio: SiriusXM Anti-whiplash front head restraints Auto-dimming Rear-View mirror Automatic temperature control Blind Spot Sensor Brake assist Bumpers: body-color CD player Delay-off headlights Driver door bin Driver vanity mirror Dual front impact airbags Dual front side impact airbags Electronic Stability Control Exterior Parking Camera Rear Four wheel independent suspension Front anti-roll bar Front Bucket Seats Front Center Armrest Front dual zone A/C Front reading lights Fully automatic headlights Garage door transmitter: HomeLink Heated door mirrors Heated front seats Heated Front Sport Seats Illuminated entry Leather Shift Knob Leather steering wheel Low tire pressure warning Memory seat
MP3 decoder Navigation System Occupant sensing airbag Outside temperature display Overhead airbag Overhead console Panic alarm Passenger door bin Passenger vanity mirror Perforated Leather-Trimmed Interior Power door mirrors Power driver seat Power moonroof Power passenger seat Power steering Power windows Radio data system Radio: ELS Studio Premium Audio System Rear anti-roll bar Rear seat center armrest Rear window defroster Rear window wiper Remote keyless entry Security system Speed control Speed-sensing steering Speed-Sensitive Wipers Split folding rear seat Spoiler Steering wheel mounted audio controls Tachometer Telescoping steering wheel Tilt steering wheel Traction control Trip computer Turn signal indicator mirrors Variably intermittent wipers
Most of the luxury SUV competitors the RDX faces don't have the long list of standard features as the Acura, and fewer still at the price. The 2018 Acura RDX comes with things like dual-zone climate control, a 10-way-power driver's seat, active noise cancellation, a multi-view rearview camera, and a 7-speaker/360-watt AM/FM/CD audio system with a 5-inch LCD display, USB/auxiliary inputs, voice-activated text messaging and Pandora Internet radio. Safety features include six airbags, stability and traction control, and Acura's ACE body structure, which has helped it earn top crash-test ratings from both the government and the insurance industry. Optional Equipment While Acura tends to divide its major options into different model levels, Acura's 2018 RDX breaks with this rule by offering the AcuraWatch package as a stand-alone option on all models, except the Advance Package, which includes it. AcuraWatch bundles adaptive cruise control, forward-collision braking and warning, and lane-keeping assist and departure warning in one package. All-wheel drive (AWD) is also available across the board. Navigation is available on the Technology and Advance packages, while the Advance adds luxury touches like ventilated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, parking sensors, remote starting, and automatic windshield wipers.