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Lexus RX 300 Model Overview

Lexus RX 300 Questions

gorillatop
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Where Are B1s1 And B2s1 Sensors Located

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Shugarbabe2
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Rx 300 Year 2003. Windows Recede Without My Holding The Key. Two Extra Ke...

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eklk55
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Rx 300 Doesn't Want To Move More Than A Foot Or Two

I had the tranny serviced (reputable transmission shop we have used many times) to replace tranny fluid yesterday. Drove it home (about 12-15 mi altogether) with no problems. Son replaced oil/filter...

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mrshimalaya
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When Engine Light On

Just drove up to the bay area and back today. Engine light on when I drove 750 miles, did not feel anything different. So I called Lexus dealer and consulted service department. Her answer was:if yo...

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royall13
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Ac Light Blinking 2002 Lexus Rx300

Ive had the ac just service with freon, filter change and a drying or moisture removal from lines but driving today itstarted blinking again and also blew warm air til iI hit the ac button also it...

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About the Lexus RX 300

Introduced in 1998 for the 1999 model year, the Lexus RX300 represented a new direction for both SUVs and family travel.  Lexus billed the RX as a 'crossover' vehicle, falling somewhere between a luxury sedan and a sport utility.  Its origins were indeed car-like: it is build upon the same platform as the Toyota Camry.

This pioneering effort from the Japanese manufacturer included a 3.0 Liter V-6 which provided 220 horsepower and 222 lb.-ft. of torque. The RX was available in two trims: Front Wheel Drive nd full-time AWD.

Throughout its five years of production, the RX pleased some drivers while disappointing others.  Those expecting a true SUV were surprised to learn the RX was much more of a car.  Those who simply anticipated a Lexus got what they expected: luxury, performance, and reliability.