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The 12 Must-See Highlights from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

Car and Driver Logo By Car and Driver of Car and Driver | Slide 2 of 13: If the first generation of Acura’s RDX was the crossover SUV equivalent of a college student—amped up, eager to party, daring—its 2013 follow-up had somehow woken up married with a mortgage. Gone was the original RDX’s high-strung turbocharged 2.3-liter inline-four engine, its torque-vectoring Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system, and its firm ride. All of that was replaced by an inoffensive crossover with a smooth, effortless V-6; a soft suspension setup; and conventional all-wheel drive. Sales shot through the roof and haven’t stopped climbing since. Now Acura thinks it’s high time for a midlife crisis. READ MORE >>

2019 Acura RDX Prototype

If the first generation of Acura’s RDX was the crossover SUV equivalent of a college student—amped up, eager to party, daring—its 2013 follow-up had somehow woken up married with a mortgage. Gone was the original RDX’s high-strung turbocharged 2.3-liter inline-four engine, its torque-vectoring Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system, and its firm ride. All of that was replaced by an inoffensive crossover with a smooth, effortless V-6; a soft suspension setup; and conventional all-wheel drive. Sales shot through the roof and haven’t stopped climbing since. Now Acura thinks it’s high time for a midlife crisis. READ MORE >>
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