HomeAUTO NEWS2022 Acura RDX Vs. 2022 Genesis GV70 - Which Is Best Buy?

2022 Acura RDX Vs. 2022 Genesis GV70 – Which Is Best Buy?

2022 Acura RDX

2022 Acura RDX Vs. 2022 Genesis GV70: There is a lot to like about both the Acura RDX and the Genesis GV70, but how do you choose the best one for your needs?

We’ll take a look at both models’ interior features, fuel economy and many other specifications and features to see which one is the best fit for you.

2022 Acura RDX Vs. 2022 Genesis GV70

Genesis is positioning itself as a value leader in the luxury SUV segment with the 2022 Genesis GV70. Its all-wheel drive and exclusive Sport Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system give it superior handling and cornering. The RDX also has available four-wheel drive.

Both models come with different engine options and features. The standard turbocharged 2.5-liter four cylinder engine of the 2022 Genesis GV70 produces 300 horsepower and 311 lb.ft. of torque. 

The 2.0-liter turbocharged four cylinder engine of Acura RDX 2022 produces 272 horsepower and 280 lbft. Buyers of Acura GV70 can opt for the 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine.

Acura RDX comes standard with a 10-speed automatic for improved acceleration and lower highway speed. The GV70 is only available with an eight-speed auto.

Its standard features include LED headlights, a power tilt-and-slide panoramic roof, and a 10.2-inch display. Both models also offer wireless Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa compatibility.

Both models have USB-A and USB-C ports for charging your phone and other devices. Both the Acura RDX and the Genesis GV70 are high-quality luxury SUVs that come with a range of standard features.

They are highly refined and offer excellent driving manners. Both models offer excellent resale values. Genesis also offers a twin-turbo V6 engine option.

safety features

Both the Acura RDX and the Genesis GV70 offer advanced safety features. Both come standard with driver frontal and side-impact airbags. They also both offer Front seatbelt pretensioners, height-adjustable front shoulder belts.

Both come with four-wheel antilock brakes and electronic stability systems to help prevent skidding. Both have daytime running lights, rearview cameras, and blind spot warning systems.

Both cars have plenty of space for adults and a decent cargo room. Both come with heated front and rear seats, leatherette upholstery, and 12-way power driver seats.

Genesis is positioning itself as the value leader in the segment, and its Standard trim comes standard with 18-inch wheels, leatherette upholstery, and a 12-way power driver’s seat.

Acura’s RDX, on the other hand, debuted for the 2007 model year but is currently benefiting from an extensive cosmetic and feature refresh in 2022.

Acura RDX has a standard front passenger and driver-side knee airbags. They are located low on the dashboard. The airbags keep the driver and front passenger from sliding down under their seatbelts. This helps them to be better placed during collisions for maximum protection.

The knee airbags prevent the legs from hitting the dashboard and can help to prevent leg or knee injuries in case of serious frontal collisions. The GV70 does not have a front passenger knee airbag.

Also taction control, electronic stability systems to avoid skidding, crash mitigating braking, blind spot warning systems and blind spot warning systems. Rearview cameras are available as well as rearcross-path warnings.

2022 Genesis GV70

Fuel economy

The two luxury crossover SUVs offer a wide variety of engines and fuel economy. The Genesis GV70 offers a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine that delivers 300 horsepower and a 3.5-liter V6 that produces 375 horsepower.

Both of these engines achieve a combined EPA rating of 24 mpg, although the GV70 achieves slightly better fuel economy. Both models get approximately the same mileage when equipped with all-wheel-drive, though.

Interior Features

The 2021 Acura RDX offers a spacious and luxurious interior. It has five seats and excellent driving manners. Both vehicles have plenty of standard features.

The Genesis GV70 is a stylish, all-new competitor to the Acura RDX. It seats up to five people and has a handsome interior. It features a choice of two responsive powertrains and four well-equipped trim levels.

The RDX, on the other hand, was first produced in 2007 and is now benefiting from a cosmetic and feature refresh.

The GV70 offers attractive looks, good value, a choice of engines, and a standard all-wheel drive. The GV70 also comes with a few more luxury features than the Acura RDX.

The Genesis GV70 has a 14.5 inch infotainment touchscreen, which is easy to use. Acura RDX drivers will need to use a 10.2-inch touchscreen. This touchscreen can also be controlled with a less intuitive touchpad on the centre console. 

The GV70 comes with a modern-looking digital instrument cluster that features 3D graphics. Only 2D graphics are available for the digital gauge of the RDX.

GV70’s standard fingerprint authorization system allows the driver to start the engine and unlock the doors without the use of a key. This feature is not available on the RDX. 

The GV70 comes standard with technology features that are expensive options on the RDX, such as a remote engine start and a liftgate that you can operate hands-free.

Price

The 2022 Acura RDX and 2022 Genesis GV70 both offer premium luxury SUVs with plenty of standard features and great driving qualities.

The RDX has excellent resale value and an impressive starting price, while the Genesis leans more towards sport with an optional twin-turbo V6 engine.

The GV70 starts at $42,595 plus a $41,795 destination fee. Both models offer plenty of luxury interiors and features, but the RDX may be slightly more expensive with the higher standard features and luxurious materials.

Warranty

The warranty on the 2022 Genesis GV70 is longer than that of the 2022 Acura RDX. Genesis gives buyers the option of a basic 5-year/60,000 mile warranty as well as a 10-year/100,000-mile one-year warranty for the engine.

The RDX comes with a four-year/50,000 mile basic warranty, and a six-year/70,000 mile powertrain warrantee.

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