It seems to me crossover sensitive to price, so before I can give a final judgment, I would like to know the sticker. A year ago at the site, we asked if redone-for-'16 RDX is "the most excellent player," citing that it takes to repeat and get fresh front sheetmetal. sticker that says $ 44,340, so this one should be close.
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Jump and dash looks plain but clean, with two screen dominates the center. It seems sturdy and looks good material. I think the highlight of the front bucket, comfortable and supportive. I would be interested to see how they feel after a day in the saddle.
Honda certainly knows how to do the engine, and the V6 is smooth and pulled hard. When idle, only tach that lets you know it's still running. Plus I averaged a respectable 23 mpg in the off-highway driving, according to the trip computer. easy steering will be slow and put on weight viable as speed picked up.
trip - hmmm. The suspension does a good job absorb our bad roads, but certainly there are some thunking / pounding translated into the interior. I thought it would be quieter, frankly. Perhaps the smooth engine noise includes suspension. Or something. I did not take it on the freeway.
Overall though, I have to say this would be a tempting alternative to medium SUV Lexus or Lincoln, and because it is a Honda, I'm sure it will last a good long time.