to get to the right one, it does so directly, from 10th to 7th, for example.
Handling is exemplary for a tall vehicle, The body remains flat in corners and should you chose to do so, you can tighten things up even further by selecting “sport +” mode. Another key player in the RDX’s exceptional driving dynamics is Super Handling AWD.
This is more than a marketing tool. The system uses torque-vectoring to overdrive the outside wheels in a corner. This helps push the vehicle around the turn. It can send up to 70 per cent of engine output to the rear wheels and 100 per cent of that to either side, if necessary. That could be much appreciated in slippery winter conditions. There’s a “snow” mode as well.
Designed and engineered in the U.S., the 2019 RDX is available in five trim levels spanning the $44,000-$55,000 price range.
As expected at each point along the trim walk, there are additional features.
But all share the same drivetrain and exceptional driving dynamics.