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Acura RDX, Concept Cars, SUV
#2616 of 2732 Attention: Atlanta Buyers!
Oct 05, 2007 (10:49 am)
Attention: Atlanta Buyers,
I found Nalley Acura to be very unprofessional and a liar. First, they tried to sale me the car above MSRP and then tried to add $1000.00 for “protection package.” Do not I repeat do not buy from Nalley Acura in Atlanta. I purchase my 2008 RDX W/TECH (Black on Taupe) from Baranco Acura for 34,400.00 price included the $670 destination and “protection package.” I would definitely recommend anyone buying an Acura to go there. My sales representative was awesome and he was very, very professional. Contact me and I give you his info. I did not purchase a car from Sutton Acura, but they had similar deals. They to were extremely professional. The only reason I did not purchase from them is because they are located in Macon. Ed Voyles Acura were not very professional either. They also tried to over price and told me I have to pay for a protection package
#2617 of 2732 I got my 2008 Rdx W/ Tech for 34,400 in Atlanta
Oct 05, 2007 (10:55 am)
I got my 2008 Acura RDX with TECH (Black on Taoupe.) From Sons Acura 10/04/07 for a price of $34,400 + tax, reg. It was a smooth purchase transaction and a great deal. Topp Phipps was awesome he made the process smooth, unlike Nalley or Ed Voyles Acura. My hubby and I are loving and enjoying the car! Claire in Atlanta.
#2618 of 2732 Re: I got my 2008 Rdx W/ Tech for 34,400 in Atlanta [kojune]
Oct 05, 2007 (4:42 pm)
Congrats on your new RDX!!
I hope you'll drop by our Dealer Ratings & Reviews page to write up your experiences with both dealers.
Oct 07, 2007 (6:29 pm)
Hi all. I've got 3 drivers and 2 cars. Need some new wheels. I've driven the RDX, Outback XLT, Audi A-4 quattro, and BMW X-3. The outback is nice and quick but I can't get over the image thing. The Audi and BMW are also nice but am concerned about long term reliability. I really liked the RDX (currently own a TSX) but wonder if the stiff ride and on or off turbo personality will get old. Any comments? Thanks!
#2620 of 2732 Re: rdx opinions [glassblower1]
Oct 07, 2007 (7:01 pm)
The turbo is barely noticeable as long as you don't floor the gas pedal at low speeds.
The sporty ride isn't for everyone. If you're looking for something more cushy, try the Lexus RX.
Oct 08, 2007 (8:46 am)
The Lexus RX is nice and cushy but not sporty enough. Guess I'm searching for the perfect car: sporty, reliable, drivable in occasional snow, etc. etc. etc. Not sure such a vehicle exists but I want to find one that comes close.
Thanks for your input.
#2622 of 2732 Re: rdx opinions [johnny98]
Oct 08, 2007 (8:47 am)
But if you need a truly FUNCTIONAL AWD system the RX is not it, not even close. Certainly not in comparison to the RDX's SH-AWD system.
#2623 of 2732 Re: rdx opinions [glassblower1]
Oct 08, 2007 (9:00 am)
Sounds to me that the RDX is perfect for you. You can also look at the Infinitis, but those will have less cargo space.
#2624 of 2732 Re: rdx opinions [wwest]
Oct 08, 2007 (11:18 am)
I agree the RX system is reactive and not very good at reacting either. The RDX system is proactive at least to some extent.
Oct 08, 2007 (5:13 pm)
I am leaning more and more toward the RDX. The Infinitis are nice also but I don't care for the styling. Also, I have had a great experience with the local Acura dealer with my TSX.