The RDX puts snappy performance ahead of comfort.
Auto Spectator is fine with front seats that provide a 'confident field of view.' MyRide.com likes the 'sturdy seats [that] hold occupants nicely,' and thinks the driver's seat is 'superb.'
Cars.com thinks the cargo area is 'right up there with the best.' Consumer Guide finds the 'large door pockets' useful. KBB says the RDX's center console is 'big enough to swallow a laptop computer.'
There's less to love in the back seat. KBB calls it 'cozy without being cramped.'
Forbes Autos considers the drive 'a bit noisy on the front-passenger side.' Consumer Guide thinks the 'tires are noisy even on smooth asphalt.'
TheCarConnection.com also notes that the RDX rides very firmly. If you drive on relatively smooth roads, you'll be fine, but pothole-ridden surfaces can prove uncomfortable.