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Old 02-12-2019, 12:39 PM
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me? Over thinking? Nahhh...
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So, then... is it okay to drive home at a fairly constant speed on the freeway for several hundred miles with a brand new "just purchased" car? or ???
That's what they do when the ferry a car from one dealer to another. Who knows what else?
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What's the story these days with Break-in Period? Are we still supposed to NOT drive a brand new car a long distance at a constant speed? If so, how does someone buy a new car out of town or out of state and drive all the way home on a freeway?
When in doubt or when there is conflicting information from self-proclaimed experts on the internet each with their own stories, opinions, and unscientific tests, the best thing you can do is what the manufacturer tells you to. Honda says:

- During the first 600 miles (1,000 km) of operation, avoid sudden acceleration or full throttle operation so as to not damage the engine or powertrain.
- Avoid hard braking for the first 200 miles (300 km). You should also follow this when the brake pads are replaced.
- Avoid towing a trailer during your vehicleís first 600 miles (1,000 km).

There are no other restrictions such having to vary your speed.
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Hello Folks
Bought a 2019 RDX SH-AWD with Tech package (MSRP 43,595) for 38,445 (includes 1K in rebate) and OTD of 40,181 from a popular dealer in Northern VA. I used this forum, carguru and edmunds for figuring out pricing. Thank you all for your help!

wow that is a really good deal!

could you share your dealer's name and contact info? I am in the same area and I want the same model.

also, any details on what rebate they gave you? did you finance or lease or paid cash?


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I paid about $43500 including destination charge and dealer fees for AWD Advanced. This was back in November in VA. It does include 1k loyalty rebate. The price does not include DMV fees and sales tax. The OTD was exactly $45500.
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Originally Posted by jmegapac View Post
I paid about $43500 including destination charge and dealer fees for AWD Advanced. This was back in November in VA. It does include 1k loyalty rebate. The price does not include DMV fees and sales tax. The OTD was exactly $45500.
you got a great deal. Please post the MSRP of the Advance model (to see if you have extra $500 for premium color or additional factory options added).
Regardless, you negotiated well.
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Originally Posted by Bear Necessity View Post
wow that is a really good deal!

could you share your dealer's name and contact info? I am in the same area and I want the same model.

also, any details on what rebate they gave you? did you finance or lease or paid cash?


Thx!
I bought via Pohanka. It took some time but was able to pull it off. Good luck! Ping me if you need more info!
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which Chicago dealership?
McGrath of Morton Grove
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which Chicago dealership?
McGrath of Morton Grove
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The Edmunds price promise discount in the DMV area is over $5k right now. Seems like prices are coming down and you might be able to do even better than $5k off if you negotiate more.
https://www.edmunds.com/acura/rdx/
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Originally Posted by skarface View Post
The Edmunds price promise discount in the DMV area is over $5k right now. Seems like prices are coming down and you might be able to do even better than $5k off if you negotiate more.
https://www.edmunds.com/acura/rdx/
Interesting, in my area in AZ it says :"save as much as $2,240"
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Interesting, in my area in AZ it says :"save as much as $2,240"
Yeah, it's based on your local dealers. If you change your zip code to one in the DC, Maryland, or Virginia area, you'll see the better prices. Try 20001

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No pricing listed for Jacksonville zip codes. It just says compare price quotes. Duval and Orange Park must be playing things tight.
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Interesting, in my area in AZ it says :"save as much as $2,240"
My zip says "Save as much as $100"
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My zip says "Save as much as $100"
It sure looks to me like this is purely advertisement driven data from the local dealers in each area, and not necessarily "guaranteed" savings as has been mentioned.
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Originally Posted by JB in AZ View Post
It sure looks to me like this is purely advertisement driven data from the local dealers in each area, and not necessarily "guaranteed" savings as has been mentioned.
Probably right. But it sure felt like an "I got a rock" moment.
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Greetings,

My first post and new Member here. I have read and watched numerous reviews on this vehicle, and for the most part, they are very positive! The touchpad/infotainment not withstanding...

Couple of questions:

Will the availability of the Active Damper System on the Advance Package, be available anytime soon or is it an option to build with the A-Spec model? I prefer the appearance of the A-Spec but I have read numerous reviews touting the refinement and almost "need" for the ADS.
Those of you who chose one model over the other and experienced the suspension difference, please chime in? I am curious as to why Acura chose to omit such a great feature from the A-Spec model?

Second: What kind of pricing/discounts are you seeing/getting in the Dallas area market?

Thanks, Marcus
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...Will the availability of the Active Damper System on the Advance Package, be available anytime soon or is it an option to build with the A-Spec model?...
Just a point on terminology that I see misused quite often. All RDX trims have active dampers but only the Advance has adaptive dampers that change characteristics based on Comfort, Sport or Sport+ settings.

The adaptive dampers are available on the Advance trim only.

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Originally Posted by MI-RDX View Post
Just a point on terminology that I see misused quite often. All RDX trims have active dampers but only the Advance has adaptive dampers that change characteristics based on Comfort, Sport or Sport+ settings.
Well, actually... The non-Advance trims have "amplitude reactive dampers", which are passive devices.
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Originally Posted by MI-RDX View Post
Just a point on terminology that I see misused quite often. All RDX trims have active dampers but only the Advance has adaptive dampers that change characteristics based on Comfort, Sport or Sport+ settings.

The adaptive dampers are available on the Advance trim only.
Thank you! That is what I meant to say. So will this be available on the A-Spec? Possibly the 2020?
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Well, actually... The non-Advance trims have "amplitude reactive dampers", which are passive devices.
True, but I didn't want to split too many hairs at one time.
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True, but I didn't want to split too many hairs at one time.
Seems even the Acura writers don't know what terminology to use and when:

From the RDX product brochure:

C H A S S I S
MacPherson Strut Front Suspension • •
Multi-Link Rear Suspension • •
Amplitude Reactive Dampers • •
Adaptive Damper System A A
Dual-Pinion, Variable-Ratio Electric Power Steering (EPS) • •
Integrated Dynamics System (IDS) 4-Mode (Snow,
Comfort, Sport, Sport+)
4-Mode (Snow,
Comfort, Sport, Sport+)
From the RDX Fact Sheet:

Advance Package
Includes Technology Package
Adaptive Damper System
19-inch Medium Alloy Silver Interwoven Wheels
Height-Adjustable Power-Operated Tailgate with Hands Free Access
Acoustic Front Side Glass
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And finally from the RDX Press Release:
Two damper types are available – Amplitude Reactive Dampers on the standard RDX, Technology Package and A-Spec, and Acura’s innovative Active Damper System on the Advance Package. All RDX grades include front hydraulic suspension bushings for improved isolation from road noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).

All grades also feature Acura’s 4-mode Integrated Dynamics System, controlled by the prominent drive mode dial on the vehicle’s center console. With Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Snow modes, the driver can dial in the dynamic performance characteristics of the vehicle according to their desire and prevailing road conditions. The Integrated Dynamics System interacts with multiple dynamic systems in the vehicle, including the Drive-By-Wire™ throttle, Electric Power Steering, torque-vectoring SH-AWD™ (when equipped), Active Sound Control (ASC) and, on the RDX with Advance Package, the Active Damper System.
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...So will this be available on the A-Spec? Possibly the 2020?
One thing I've learned over the years when it comes to questions like this - those that know can't say, and those that say don't know.
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Originally Posted by MI-RDX View Post
Seems even the Acura writers don't know what terminology to use and when:

From the RDX product brochure:

From the RDX Fact Sheet:

And finally from the RDX Press Release:
Technically, that's correct since Honda's Adaptive Damper System uses electronically-controlled "active" dampers while their Amplitude Reactive Dampers are "passive" and purely mechanical.

The Amplitude Reactive Dampers have two fluid paths - one more restrictive than the other. Small motions push fluid through the less restrictive path resulting in a smoother ride. Large motions push fluid through the more restrictive path resulting in a firmer ride with less body roll during quick motions. The Amplitude Reactive Dampers only firm up the suspension once sufficient suspension travel occurs - they're "passive".

The dampers used in the Adaptive Damper System have only one fluid path, but the size of the orifice through which the fluid travels is controlled externally by a computer which varies the amount of current applied to a proportional solenoid valve inside each damper. This is an active system because the amount of suspension damping is controlled is controlled not only reactively based on inputs from other sensors, but also proactively based on drive mode. The Adaptive Damper System can firm up the dampers before suspension travel occurs, they're "active".
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the size of the orifice through which the fluid travels...
Are we still talking about a car?

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Technically, that's correct since Honda's Adaptive Damper System uses electronically-controlled "active" dampers while their Amplitude Reactive Dampers are "passive" and purely mechanical....
Yep, I understand all that. What I was commenting on was the inconsistent use of descriptive terminology in the various documents published by Acura/Honda - like being at the 'sea shore' or 'ocean side' - same place, different terms. In this case one system being active/adaptive while the other is described as being reactive can muddy the waters for someone not familiar with the underlying technology.
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SO onto the second part of my question... "Pricing in the DFW area?" Specifically a dealer referral in Plano, Frisco area...
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Ready to upgrade from my 2008 RDX. Dealer in upstate NY is quoting me $40,000 for the 2019 AWD with Tech (MSRP $43,595). Her quote includes the $1000 conquest cash I'm eligible for (we have a Honda too). Was hoping to get AAT0995's deal of $38,445, so a little disappointed. Might try a few more local dealers.
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We paid $38,880 OTD for a 2019 Base RDX. No conquest or loyality bonus. Not sure if that is good or not...
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SO onto the second part of my question... "Pricing in the DFW area?" Specifically a dealer referral in Plano, Frisco area...
Feel free to send me a PM.
Iím in the DFW area as well. Would like to hear anyoneís experiences with DFW dealers, pricing, recommendations, etc.

Also, for those that purchased Advance, do you think the adaptive dampers improve ride and handling significantly?
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The problem with trying to match a deal posted here, if we assume that the poster is being honest with the price paid...there are SOOO many other variables...location, time of month, how much local competition that local dealer has...financing, trade ins, etc, etc, etc.

Compare a small town with one Acura dealer within a 200 mile range, with a metro area with several dealers. On the other hand, cost of doing business may be higher in a large dealer in a metro area....

There is nothing wrong with using numbers posted to get a good idea of a decent range to shoot for, but trying to match or beat a posted dollar amount may lead to disappointment.
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...Also, for those that purchased Advance, do you think the adaptive dampers improve ride and handling significantly?
You're likely to get more speculation than answers to that question because, other than test drives, not many people have experience with the Advance vs. non-Advance trims. The best you can do is test drive yourself and see what you think - but if you do that make sure the tire pressures are set properly which is something many dealers overlook. Tires set at 40psi or higher (as they seem to be from the factory) significantly alter ride and handling and not for the better.

From personal experience I can say there is a noticeable difference between Comfort, Sport and Sport+ in my Advance, and it's very noticeable on rough, choppy roads.

Speculatively you can expect the A-Spec to have a less comfortable ride and possibly better handling because of the wider, lower profile 20" wheels that carry 36psi versus 33psi for all other trims.
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You're likely to get more speculation than answers to that question because, other than test drives, not many people have experience with the Advance vs. non-Advance trims. The best you can do is test drive yourself and see what you think - but if you do that make sure the tire pressures are set properly which is something many dealers overlook. Tires set at 40psi or higher (as they seem to be from the factory) significantly alter ride and handling and not for the better.

From personal experience I can say there is a noticeable difference between Comfort, Sport and Sport+ in my Advance, and it's very noticeable on rough, choppy roads.

Speculatively you can expect the A-Spec to have a less comfortable ride and possibly better handling because of the wider, lower profile 20" wheels that carry 36psi versus 33psi for all other trims.
Ironically, my dealer is one that wants to sell you the nitrogen in the tires as an $ add-on.....and claimed my vehicle had it, along with the green valve stem caps (I am skeptical of the beneficial claims, and didn't agree to pay for it) but...my tires were all at 40 lbs. Hard to confirm, but I doubt the tech pumped in 40 lbs of Nitrogen in the tires, when it has been widely reported that many have found their tires to be over-inflated when they bought them.
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Ironically, my dealer is one that wants to sell you the nitrogen in the tires as an $ add-on.....and claimed my vehicle had it, along with the green valve stem caps (I am skeptical of the beneficial claims, and didn't agree to pay for it) but...my tires were all at 40 lbs. Hard to confirm, but I doubt the tech pumped in 40 lbs of Nitrogen in the tires, when it has been widely reported that many have found their tires to be over-inflated when they bought them.
Stop by the neighborhood Costco. Their tire center will supply you with all the nitrogen and green valve stem caps for FREE. Don't forget to treat yourself to the $1.50 hot dog and drink with unlimited refills.
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Stop by the neighborhood Costco. Their tire center will supply you with all the nitrogen and green valve stem caps for FREE.
I was thinking the exact same thing.

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Stop by the neighborhood Costco. Their tire center will supply you with all the nitrogen and green valve stem caps for FREE. Don't forget to treat yourself to the $1.50 hot dog and drink with unlimited refills.
Yes. If I wanted the Nitrogen. My main point was how the dealer tried to scam me by saying the tires had nitrogen... and that costs extra. I doubt they even did anything other than change the valve stem caps to green.
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Yes. If I wanted the Nitrogen. My main point was how the dealer tried to scam me by saying the tires had nitrogen... and that costs extra. I doubt they even did anything other than change the valve stem caps to green.
Well, they weren't actually lying. There is a little more than 78% nitrogen in the air.

I hope you replaced the green caps. Whenever I see them on someones vehicle, I always think, "there's an easy mark!"
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As another follow up, i visited my local Acura dealership today and my salesman said he had 3 Advances in stock Tuesday. All 3 sold by yesterday. And then he had just unloaded another one today that was going to be sold this afternoon. He canít keep the RDX in stock. So they arenít moving on price. I told him about some of the deals you folks are getting. Bcuz i could fly to virginia, buy from that dealer there, and then drive back and still come in cheaper than any deal he could swing.
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. I told him about some of the deals you folks are getting. Bcuz i could fly to virginia, buy from that dealer there, and then drive back and still come in cheaper than any deal he could swing.
And what did he say to that?
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Well, they weren't actually lying. There is a little more than 78% nitrogen in the air.

I hope you replaced the green caps. Whenever I see them on someones vehicle, I always think, "there's an easy mark!"
Yes, ~78%. I always thought this was a rather dubious claim of benefit. What has always surprised me, is that Costco does in deed use it. I alawys had high regards for Costco. Hmmm.

Yep! Already replaced the caps.
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