Acura RDX: A Triumph of Performance and Luxury
2020 Acura RDX
2019 Mercedes GLC 300
The Mercedes GLC 300 and the Acura RDX both offer impressive comfort and turbocharged performance. But the RDX was recently redesigned, earning it several big advantages. Its VTEC® Turbo 2.0-liter engine boasts 272 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque, giving you more muscle than the GLC 300. Torque vectoring, exclusive to Acura's available Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ (SH-AWD®), lets you channel that power for improved handling in almost any condition. Standard paddle shifters put control of all 10 gear ratios at your fingertips.
RDX also includes a long list of standard luxury amenities you’ll have to pay extra for on GLC 300 such as Apple CarPlay® Integration, mobile hotspot capability, and LED headlights. An ultra-wide panoramic moonroof is featured on all grades. Class-leading rear cargo space includes nearly two cubic feet of compartmented underfloor storage. RDX’s fully-flat rear floor enables first-class roominess in all five seating positions. And with more legroom and shoulder room than the Mercedes GLC 300, RDX has plenty of space for everyone to stretch out.