2021 RDX is here
The 2020 Acura RDX is in stock now, but it's inventory is dwindling. While it is a carryover, it does get a new Platinum White paint option. The 2021 RDX is also available, and it's a carryover model too.
Leasing the RDX may seem attractive, but closer examination shows the larger MDX doesn't require much higher payments and offers tons more value.
The 2020 RDX's offers get a few small tweaks, including dropping its most attractive lease deal. The 2021 RDX gets a few new cash offers this months and attractive conquest lease offers.
All deals listed here are available nationally and run through November 2, 2020.
Loyalty cash drops:
If you own a 2010 or newer Acura, you can get a $1,500 ($1,500 reduction) loyalty bonus on the 2020 and 2021 RDX.
Acura also offers a $1,000 conquest bonus on the 2020 and 2021 RDX for owners of 2010 and newer luxury brands like Audi, BMW, and Lexus.
You can get the conquest and loyalty bonuses whether you're buying or leasing.
Also available this month is $1,000 in unadvertised dealer cash incentives on the 2020 and 2021 RDX. Keep in mind, though, the dealers can do as they please with this incentive. Some may even pocket it as profit. Because of this uncertainty, shop around to get the best offer.
By combining the loyalty bonus and dealer cash incentives, buyers can get up to $2,500 off the 2020 and 2021 RDX.
Lease from $369/month:
Despite featuring up to $3,500 ($375 increase) in lease cash, not every 2020 RDX lease is a good value.
The 2020 Acura RDX's best offer is for those who qualify for the conquest cash. With this discount in place, the 2020 RDX starts from $369 per month with $2,799 due at signing. With a $447 effective monthly cost, this is a good value relative to its MSRP.
If this offer doesn't apply to you, lease payments start from $409 per month with $2,999 due at signing on the base RDX. This equates to an effective monthly cost of $492, which isn't a good value relative to MSRP.
On top of not being a good value, this is only $10 cheaper per month than the larger MDX, which starts from $419 per month with $3,499 due at signing without the conquest or loyalty bonus.
The 2021 RDX gets updated lease offers this month, and some are more attractive than the 2020 model's promotional leases.
You can lease the RDX Base 2WD for 36 months at $409 ($30 reduction) per month with $2,999 due at signing. All-wheel drive costs an extra $20 per month and $300 at signing. With effective monthly costs of $492-$521, these 2021 RDX lease offers aren't good values relative to their MSRPs, but they're better than the 2020 RDX.
Buyers who own 2010 or newer models from competing brands can get the 2021 RDX's new 36-month conquest lease, which starts from $369 per month with $2,799 due at signing for the base model. For all-wheel drive, it rises to $389 per month with $3,299 due at signing. With effective monthly costs of $447-$481, these are good values relative to their MSRPs.
Check out all the promotional lease offers on the 2020 and 2021 Acura RDX in the table below.
Choose 0.9% APR or cash:
The 2020 RDX has 0.9% APR offer for 72 months for qualified buyers who finance through Acura Financial Services. Buyers cannot combine this with the finance cash offer below.
Acura also continues to offer a $1,500 finance cash incentive for qualified buyers who finance the 2020 RDX through Acura Financial Services. The catch is you must skip the 0.9% APR offer.
The 2021 RDX doesn't have the low APR, but it does have the $1,500 in finance cash.