ROCHESTER, MI – American Honda Motor Co. Inc.’s Acura RDX will get a front-wheel-drive option for the ’10 model year, something an Acura official hopes will help the model stave off competing new entrants in the small cross/utility vehicle segment. “All of a sudden, we’ll become the price leader where we would not have been competitive before,” Gary Robinson, assistant manager-Acura product planning, tells Ward’s here regarding the addition of a FWD RDX. “The reality is, in the places ...

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