Customers are clamoring for a chance to see the all-new 2019 Acura RDX, Columbus auto dealer Steve Lindsay told Honda production associates on Tuesday, and he believes this latest, more performance-oriented version will continue the compact sport utility vehicle’s market dominance.
Bellefontaine Mayor Ben Stahler peers into an all-new 2019 Acura RDX parked outside the East Liberty Auto Plant prior to Tuesday’s event to celebrate the mass production start of the vehicle. Stahler was accompanied by Logan County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Paul Benedetti, right. (EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST)
“Customers are starting to see what Acura can do in performance,” he said, “and we’re seeing game-changing products that come out of Ohio.
“We’ve had a lot of competition in the compact market, but we are the segment leader and will remain so with products like the all-new RDX.”
Lindsay, who is president of Lindsay Acura, was among the speakers at an East Liberty Auto Plant event celebrating the start of mass production for the Ohio-engineered SUV.
Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. invested $54 million in new technologies and processes at ELP which is the exclusive production home for the RDX.