The major difference between the two is power—the RDX churns out 272 horsepower compared to just 190 for the CR-V Touring. Conversely, the CR-V Touring has less power but offers 7 mpg more than the RDX. The CR-V Touring also has more cargo space (75.8 cubic feet) compared to the RDX (58.9 cubic feet). Plus, the CR-V Touring has the same safety equipment and leather seating that you’d find in the RDX, albeit at a price slightly under that of the RDX.
To get a better idea of what each vehicle can offer, here’s a quick glance at the 2020 Honda CR-V Touring vs the 2020 Acura RDX:
2020 Honda CR-V Touring