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2004 Lexus RX 330 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 16 reviews
The 2004 Lexus RX 330 was the long-awaited redesign of the company's top-selling "crossover" vehicle, the RX 300. Like the 300, the 330 was built up from the Toyota Camry platform. For 2004, 5.9 inches were added to the overall length, and 4 inches were added to the wheelbase. Drivers of the previous model had repeatedly commented on the need for more space.
The RX now had a more powerful engine: a 3.3-liter V6 that made 230 hp, up 10 horses from the previous 3.0-liter V6. The transmission was still offered only as an automatic, but it was upgraded from a four-speed to a five. Gas mileage improved slightly. The FWD model was good for 20/26 mpg.
Owners of the RX 300 who upgraded were pleased to find many of their key concerns addressed with the restyled 330: turning radius was improved, the console was less invasive, and it had more horsepower, more room, and a sleeker look. Others felt the 330 inherited some of its predecessor's shortcomings, like poor driver and rear visibility and blind spots when changing lanes.
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Lexus RX 330 Questions
Hairline Cracks On My Dashboard
I recently purchased a 2004 RX 330 which is in excellent condition. This car is kept in a garage but I recently noticed some cracks on my dashboard. Can this be corrected and what is causing the crac...
Will It Take Another Bomb To Get My Dash Fixed?
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I Am Actually In Sierra Leone, West Africa And I Want To Know How Shipping ...
I am looking for a suitable car to buy but not sure how the shipment is done since I am in West Africa
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Have '04 Lexus Rx330 Makes A Humming Noise When In Drive While Foot On Bra...
This humming noise occurs when the car is stopped while in drive and also, when backing. It is somewhat undescribable. Best descriptions is humming/muffled rattle