Meanwhile, the shining beacon of performance hope, the NSX, took so long to come to market that it is already forgotten and just three of them were sold in the entire United States in July. To give that some perspective, Audi sold 76 R8s and Mercedes sold 104 AMG GTs last month.
Frankly, the brand simply cannot generate any excitement at either end of the market, so instead they are turning to the middle, launching the 2019 Acura RDX with an all-new platform and drastically reimagined interior in the hotter-than-hot compact crossover segment. This is no lukewarm redesign reliant on marketing buzzwords, but a ground up clean sheet design with new chassis, new engine, and infotainment system that bring it right up to speed and create a template for a new generation of Acuras to come. To say this is an important product for the brand is an understatement, and Acura has done its best to revive the magic of old and keep the value and practicality that Acura’s SUVs have come to be known for. But is it good enough to earn our approval and to be on your shopping list?
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