The 2009 Acura RDX has enough features to please most technology snobs--along with an extensive list of standard equipment that goes beyond what's offered by many competing models.
Edmunds says standard equipment 'includes 18-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights, a moonroof, full power accessories, heated front seats, a power driver seat with memory, Bluetooth connectivity, leather upholstery and dual-zone automatic climate control.' New for 2009 is a power passenger seat.
At Acura, 2009's RDX has just one option available--the Technology Package--but it's a doozy. According to Kelley Blue Book, it includes 'a navigation system with voice recognition and real-time traffic information, GPS-linked solar-sensing climate control and a 410-watt, ten-speaker audio system that features XM Satellite Radio and a six-disc CD/DVD-Audio player with MP3/WMA capability plus DTS and Dolby Pro Logic II processing.'
There's also good news for audiophiles in the 2009 Acura RDX. A high-end ' 360-watt sound system featuring an in-dash six-disc CD/MP3/WMA player, XM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth hands-free integration, seven speakers and an auxiliary input for portable MP3 players' comes standard.