Get Amazon Prime deliveries directly to your car with the new Acura RDX

Nowadays, online shopping is easier than ever before, especially if you have Amazon Prime. With just a tap of a button on your phone, you can have items and essentials delivered to your doorstep or place of business in just a couple of days' time. But what if your neighborhood has had a spate of packages swiped off doorsteps or your office won't accept employee packages at the front desk? Well, that can be a bit of a conundrum, but the new Acura RDX may just have an innovative solution.

Now, the Acura RDX is already one of the most technologically sophisticated new Acura models on the market, but for its 2019 and 2020 model years, it's about to get a whole lot more advanced.

The new Acura RDX will feature available compatibility for Key by Amazon In-Car Delivery™. For subscribers to the Amazon Prime service, this will offer a new secure way to have your packages delivered directly to the trunk of your car.

Here's how it works. When you order your package through Amazon Prime, you'll have the option to select in-car delivery. In just a few short hours, the shipper will deliver your package to your car's trunk, be it at your home, place of business, or any other publicly accessible location. You don't even need to leave your car unlocked, as a one-time access code will open the rear hatch so that the package can be delivered, making it a great, secure way to have your packages delivered.

Once you've experienced the convenience of having Key by Amazon In-Car Delivery™ on your Acura RDX, we're confident you'll never want to do your online shopping any other way. Feel free to drop by our Acura dealership in Little Rock to see how this and many of the other outstanding tech features on the new Acura RDX can benefit you.

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