2007 Lexus RX 350 Overview

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AWD
Avg. Price: $16,579
Base
Avg. Price: $15,566

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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 14 reviews

7 Years Old & Still Looks Brand New! by Henry2024
 — Our RX 350 AWD is 7 years old and still looks brand new, that's a testament to the quality paint job that Lexus does. No rattles so far (78,000 miles on vehicle). No major problems to report, only r... Read More
All Around Great Vehicle by lbarzin
 — Hard to fault this car - bought it used with 60,000 miles and it drove like new. Seats are luxurious, adjustable and comfortable for long trips, performance, room and gas mileage seem way above averag... Read More
My Ex Ex by Joshua
 — Performance sucked of course. It was an SUV. The engine however was quiet and smooth. So for and SUV the performance was beautiful. The build was almost of what seemed handcrafted. Appearance was ... Read More

2007 Lexus RX 350 Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 14 reviews

2007 Lexus RX 350

The RX 350 is the third generation of the RX series, a crossover between luxury sedans and SUVs, introduced by Lexus in the late 1990s.  The original RXs were built off the Toyota Camry/Lexus ES platform.  The crossover concept was a quick success, and the RX soon became the top seller for Lexus.

Throughout the decade, Lexus incrementally dropped larger engines into the RX.  The first was a 220 horsepower 3.0 liter V-6 and the latest, at 3.5 liters, made 270 horsepower.  The RX 350 had 47 more horses than the 2005 model.  Like all the prior models, the new RX was available in two trims: a 4WD or a FWD.  It's success can be attributed to the combination of car-like ride and fuel economy with some of the conveniences of an SUV.

Common complaints about the RX dealt with the SUV attributes which were absent.  The RX was never touted as an off road performer.  It's low ground clearance and car-like suspension makes trailblazing a little nerve racking.  The RX did offer Lexus luxury, handling, and interior comfort.  Factors like the unique body style and vehicle niche have attracted many satisfied buyers.

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What Is The Vsc, Track Light

what does it mean when the VSC, Tracking light and electronic control lights come on?

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How To Chang Spark Plugs

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Change Headlight

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I Just Had The Oil Changed In My 2007 Lexus Rx 350. Dealer Said It Reqd 6....

I am concerned that after this oil change, and letting my car sit for over an hour the dip stick shows oil at least 1" above the full line.

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Does A Lexus Rx350 2006 Model Have A Timing Belt Or Chain? And Does It Need...

There is no mention in the maintenance manual about a timing belt. Does it have one and does it need to be replaced?

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