RDX's rear seat boasts plenty of legroom, more than some big SUVs.
Acura logo front and center on steering wheel, which has many large, easy-access buttons.
Fine lines, or striation, on center-stack plastic a subtle design touch.
Excellent fit-and-finish present in RDX, as illustrated by tight fit of pillar trim to headliner.
Cargo area of RDX very roomy. Note levers on upper left and right sides, which offer another way of folding second-row seats.
Overall cabin feel is light and airy, with beige shades kept leg level and above and brown below.
RDX's large buttons and knobs are ergonomically friendly.
Door panels artfully designed, with previous RDX's angularity smoothed out for second gen. Black and beige trim winning mix.
Black, beige and titanium-look metallic trim decorate RDX's instrument panel.
Brown carpeting unusual with black and beige, but look works in RDX, judges thought.
Acura's smallest CUV wows judges with Honda-typical excellent fit-and-finish, generous passenger and cargo space, and unusual mix of colors. (See related story: Acura RDX Breaks Fashion Rules, and Wins.)
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