Which Acura Models Offer AWD?

If you’re shopping for a new car, you may be trying to determine whether you need a front-wheel-drive vehicle or one that has an all-wheel-drive system. An AWD system means that the engine sends power to all four wheels. All-wheel drive is most commonly found on SUVs, but many luxury sedans come standard with it as well. The main benefit of AWD is that it improves traction, making it easier to drive on wet, slippery roads. Acura makes several models that come with AWD, including the RLX, RDX, and MDX.

Acura RLX

The RLX is Acura’s only sedan that has AWD. With a 310-horsepower engine and a sporty exterior, the RLX is a joy to drive. This sedan comes with Acura’s Super-Handling All-Wheel-Drive system, which automatically determines when to send power to the front wheels and when to send it to the back wheels.

Acura RDX

The RDX is a small, luxury crossover SUV with a spacious interior and state-of-the-art safety features. It comes with an Intelligent Control AWD system, which helps improve traction on dry and slippery roads. The RDX’s AWD system gives the vehicle excellent handling capabilities and helps improve acceleration in winter weather conditions.

Acura MDX

For drivers looking for a large, luxury SUV, the Acura MDX is an ideal choice. This SUV has a third row of seats and an excellent infotainment system. Like the RLX, the MDX comes with Super-Handling All-Wheel-Drive. It’s easy to handle on windy, steep roads, and it performs very well in snowy conditions.

All-wheel-drive vehicles provide better traction than a vehicle with a front-wheel or rear-wheel-drive system can, and they can give drivers peace of mind during the winter months. Whether you live in a region that gets a lot of snow, rain, and ice or simply want a vehicle with above-average handling capabilities, buying an Acura with AWD can be a great choice.

If you’re thinking about purchasing an Acura, our dealership is ready to help you with the buying process. Contact us today to find out more information.


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