The 2020 Acura RDX costs about $38,600 to start, and it’s well-equipped at that level. We award it 7 out of 10, with one point for its standard fare and one for its relatively lavish options. Its large screen would earn a point, but that gets deducted for its balky control interface. 

The base RDX costs about $38,600, plus $2,000 with all-wheel drive. With its synthetic leather seats that are power adjustable up front, 10.2-inch display, and Apple CarPlay compatibility, it’s a good value among luxury crossover SUVs. 

Spend $3,200 more and you’ll wind up with the Technology Package, which adds navigation, upgraded audio, leather seats, parking sensors, automatic high-beam headlights, blind-spot monitors, and a few other features. We’d rather spend less to skip navigation since Apple CarPlay and Android Auto works so well, but all…

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