Acura's RDX is the Real Deal
The Good: Price, sporty handling, Zagat restaurant ratings
The Bad: Bare bones rear seat area; traffic alert system less than useful
The Bottom Line: A worthy new rival to the BMW X3 and Lexus RX 350
Which would you rather have, a BMW or Lexus—or a knockoff with similar performance and more features for a lot less money? It's a question posed very forcefully by the new Acura RDX, a small, speedy sport utility vehicle that comes loaded with features at a relatively low price.
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