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We Buy Junk Acura RDX

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Selling Your Junk Acura RDX is Much More Simple Than You Think.


If you own an Acura RDX from 2006 to 2018 or newer damaged/junk one, and aren't sure whether to trade it in, sell it yourself, or scrap it, keep two things in mind: effort and value.

Selling a car can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be. Working with a reputable company such as Cyrus Auto Parts simplifies the process by providing free pick-up (we'll tow it) and on-the-spot payment.

There are a few important factors to consider when determining the value of your RDX:  


How Much Cash Will My Junk Acura RDX Get Me?

If you're like many others and have put a lot of miles on your Acura, it's possible that it's no longer in the best condition. We are interested in providing you with a no-obligation offer regardless of the condition of your vehicle, whether it is gently used or completely damaged.

Acura’s first compact luxury crossover SUV (RDX) has approximate price of $3,155 for 2008 model in average condition. It weighs 3,737 / 3,924 / 3,946 something near 4,000 pounds. What makes the RDX different is that it uses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to make its hearty 240 horsepower, rather than Honda's smooth V6. Because the RDX is built on the small Honda CR-V platform, there wasn't room under its hood for the V6. This is the first turbocharged engine that Acura has produced. It's 2.3 liters, and comes out of the Acura TSX, with many changes making a completely different powerband.

Before you take your RDX to an Acura dealer for a trade appraisal or go through the hassle of trying to sell it yourself, give us 90 seconds and we'll make you an instant offer!


Cyrus Auto buys all-condition Acura cars like: Non-running, Accidental, Unwanted, Used, Crashed, Damaged or Wrecked Vehicles.


Acura RDX (Models and History)

ACURA RDX 2006 – 2011

Acura debuted the 2007 edition of the RD-X model at the New York Auto Show, following the debut of the concept RDX at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The new Acura RDX was built on a new global light truck platform and was equipped with a 2.3L DOHC 16-valve in-line four-cylinder engine with i-VTEC valve control that produced an impressive 240 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. The RDX also came standard with a 5-speed automatic transmission with Sequential SportShift, Honda-patent Super Handling All-Wheel Drive, and Vehicle Stability Assist. It was available in two packages: base and technology, each with some impressive new features (HandFreeLink, Multi-Information Display or Navigation System with Voice Recognition). The RDX was built around a newly developed Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure, which was designed to reduce cabin deformation in the event of a collision. This model was put together in Marysville, Ohio.


ACURA RDX 2012 – 2015

Introduced for the first time in 2013, the RDX was the best selling model in the class.

Acura's compact premium utility was well-made and well-equipped, and it was based on Honda's CR-V platform, but it had a more upscale interior and more powerful engines.

The RDX was one of the few compact SUVs with a standard V6 engine. The 3.5-liter V6 engine produced 279 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque.

A long list of standard features was included, and three optional packages were available: AcuraWatch Plus, Technology, and Advance.

The AcuraWatch Plus included driver assistance equipment, while the Technology included an upgraded audio system, navigation, and sport seats. The more expensive Advance package added vented seats and remote engine start to the features of the first two packages mentioned.

Customers could choose between a standard front-wheel-drive system and an optional all-wheel-drive system.

A power liftgate, a sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, vinyl upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port, an auxiliary audio jack, and a 7-speaker audio system were standard features on the RDX.

Interior space was generously included in the package, providing impressive shoulder and legroom for all occupants.

The RDX was ideal for daily driving because it provided a high level of comfort and increased safety.


ACURA RDX 2015 – 2018

Launched at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, the facelift for the second generation of the Acura RDX impressed due to its high luxury interior and important safety features.

Acura debuted the first generation of the RDX compact SUV in 2006. It was built on the proven platform of the Honda CR-V and remained so in the second generation. Its qualities were part of a comprehensive package that included safety and comfort features from the start. The second generation debuted in 2012 and replaced the 2.3-liter turbocharged engines with a smoother 3.5-liter V6, which was retained across all trim levels.

The changes made in 2015 were significant, particularly in terms of appearance. It had a new front fascia, as well as standard LED headlights and a new bumper. A new 3D concept was used to modify the grille. A new set of taillights and a new bumper improved the rear appearance.

Inside, the instrument cluster features a 4.2" TFT display for the driver. The AcuraWatch safety package was standard on the top trim level, Advance, but it was optional on the other versions. Lane Keep Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Mitigation Braking System, and a multi-view rear camera with cross-traffic alert were all included.

The engine was redesigned and gained 6 horsepower over the non-facelifted version, bringing it to 279hp. More importantly, the 2016 model achieved better fuel efficiency thanks to the new Variable Cylinder Management system, which shuts off cylinders in steady driving situations. The RDX came standard with a 6-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available as an option.


ACURA RDX 2018 – 2021

Acura unveiled the third generation of the RDX at the 2018 New York International Auto Show and went from bald to the bold design.

Acura, Honda's luxury brand, was an excellent choice for the premium SUV compact segment. The carmaker created its entire design in the United States, which was a significant step forward. It also demonstrated the direction of future Acura products.

The grille appeared dynamic from the outside. Aside from the watermelon-sized badge, the grille featured a 3D mesh that resembled Star Trek warp lines. Its angular Jewel Eye headlights featured seven LEDs as opposed to five on its predecessor. The raked windshield was followed by a slightly sloped-down roofline, which ended in a raked-forward windscreen in the back.

Inside, an NSX-inspired instrument panel with two large dials flanking a center LCD and two digital gauges for fuel level and coolant temperature was installed. Honda installed a 10.2" full-HD center display on top of the center stack, which is accessed via a touch-pad mounted high atop the center console. Fortunately, the manufacturer installed a physical volume control on the driver's side. The high-bolstered front bucket seats provided adequate support during high-speed cornering, while the flat-folding rear bench increased trunk space from 28.9 cu-ft (818 liters) to a massive 58.9 cu-ft (1,668 liters) with the seatback folded.

Under the hood, a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine is mated to the SH-AWD system via a ten-speed automatic transmission.


Common Issues with the Acura RDX

Some of the most common issues with the Acura RDX, according to RepairPal, are:

  • Engine Leaking Oil: The 2007-2012 Acura RDX engine oil pressure sensor is known to leak engine oil from normal operation Illumination of entertainment/navigation screen and switches may fail
  • Acura issued recall due to problem with improperly welded tow hitch on Acura RDX

If you find yourself running into any of these common issues, maybe it's time to sell your Acura RDX!


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We buy junk, wrecked, salvage, and scrap cars in the following Dayton, Ohio, zip codes:

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If you want to sell your Acura RDX, Cyrusautoparts.us will buy it! With just one phone call, you can get a guaranteed offer on your Acura RDX, arrange for free towing with one of our licensed towers, and get paid in as little as 24 hours. It really is that easy!

We buy used, damaged, like-new or junk cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs and guarantee our offers over the phone. If you want to know what your Acura RDX is worth, use “Sell Your Vehicle” form to get a quote online or give us a call today (937)250-6982. So soon you’ll find out that Cyrus will offer top dollar for your car.


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2-Accept Top offer.

3-Free towing and Cash on your spot.


We Buy Junk Acura RDX, all models, and Top Dollar is waiting for you.