Acura RDX Sales Data & Trends for the U.S Automotive Market

The Acura RDX offers something a little different in the small luxury SUV class. It has a lot of available technology features, a well-built interior, excellent ergonomics, and better-than-average cargo and passenger space. There’s certainly a lot to like and, feature for feature, it’s significantly less expensive than European alternatives.

But the RDX has a few weaknesses compared to top competitors. Its turbocharged four-cylinder engine provides decent power, but there isn’t an optional engine upgrade for buyers looking for more power or a hybrid option. Additionally, we’re not terribly fond of the RDX’s infotainment system. And the required learning curve to operate it may turn off shoppers who aren’t interested in picking up new technology.

See how Acura RDX sales compare to the other models in the US premium mid-sized SUV segment. Also find Acura RDX sales figures in China.
Acura
RDX
2016
Acura
RDX
2017
Acura
RDX
2018
Acura
RDX
2019
Acura
RDX
2020
January 3.104 3.202 2.961 4.172 3.493
February 3.798 4.029 3.766 4.965 4.982
March 5.310 3.769 4.398 5.835 2.678
April 5.905 3.793 4.201 4.926 1.760
May 4.566 5.149 4.704 5.415 4.427
June 3.593 7.292 4.868 5.410
July 4.320 5.539 5.784 4.934 5.317
August 4.207 4.679 5.793 5.459 5.057
September 3.919 3.693 5.699 4.384 4.664
October 3.944 3.532 6.193 5.888
November 3.750 3.775 5.951 5.767
December 5.945 4.808 6.838 6.263

Acura
RDX
2019 62.876
2018 63.580
2017 51.295
2016 52.361
2015 51.026
2014 44.865
2013 44.750
2012 29.520
2011 15.196
2010 14.975
2009 10.153
2008 15.845
2007 23.356
2006 9.164

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC