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The 2023 Acura RDX is an statuesque crossover that has the upperhand in the luxury automotive industry when it comes to being a great-value high-end vehicle, with no shortage of standard creature comforts and a smooth drive quality for enhanced cruising around Richmond Hill. Other luxury crossover competitors tend to lag in fuel economy, but this is not the case when it comes the Acura RDX fuel efficiency, which clocks out at an average of 22 city mpg, and 28 highway mpg*.
How the 2023 Acura MDX gas mileage fluctuates ultimately depends on the drivetrain, as well as trim level to an extent. Trim levels can be equipped with either the standard front-wheel drive or available Super Handling All-Wheel Drive, with the AWD system found on the higher trim levels.
If you’re one who prioritizes fuel economy and prefer to evade the pumps in the Pooler-area as much as possible, the Acura RDX fuel economy peaks with the front-wheel drive models, with the exception of the Acura RDX A-Spec trim (which gets only slightly less for both AWD and FWD than the rest).
On the other hand, if you’re indifferent to sacrificing a few mpg points and safety is at the top of your list, any trim with Super Handling All-Wheel drive would do you well for your driving demands in Hardeeville.
Trims with Front-Wheel Drive:
Trims with Super Handling All-Wheel Drive:
From its handsome appearance inside and out, as well as the crossover’s impeccable agility, the 2023 Acura RDX gas mileage is more than worthwhile. Come down to Southern Motors Acura in Savannah to explore Acura RDX inventory in person, and when you contact us online, we’ll get you in the driver’s seat for a test drive with your favorite model… we can’t wait to show you the prowess of this luxury crossover SUV!
*Based on 2023 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only) and other factors.