Multiple reports of braking issues in the 2019 and 2020 Acura RDX SUV have been reported in recent months. Concerned customers have shared their persistent braking issues, such as squealing brakes, faulty collision avoidance systems that inappropriately trigger the brakes, and other braking failures. So far, no safety recalls have been issued to address these chronic problems, leaving many consumers without clear or effective solutions.
The top consumer complaint was brakes that emit loud squealing noises when engaged. It appears that the severity of this noise is more intense in wet conditions, and many drivers can feel that a significant amount of abrasive rubbing and grinding is happening when the brakes are engaged. One owner of the 2020 Acura RDX SUV took their vehicle into the dealership at 100 miles, where it was determined that both front brakes and rotors needed to be replaced. Even after these replacements, the issue started up again after 20 miles. Other reports of faulty braking systems continue to arise, with many affected customers still waiting for permanent fixes.
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