Acura RDX Makeover

Facelift

Three years after Acura unveiled the RDX the car maker has decided to give the 2010 RDX model a little bit of lift here and there. A change is the new air intake between the revised fog-lamp housings. The taillights have largely remained the same, but Acura fans will notice that the satin frame around the license plate pocket now matches the finish on the front grille. The RDX's powertrain is unchanged, providing the same turbocharged 240 hp 2.3-liter four with 260 lb-ft of torque.

Some of the only mechanical changes for the 2010 model are the addition of a front-wheel drive model and a change to the brake actuation hardware. Although these changes are subtle, the Acura RDX retains its much prize comfortable ride and handling.

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