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Lexus RX 350 Model Overview

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2016 Lexus RX 350 Overview
The 2016 Lexus RX 350 has been announced, but it is not yet available for purchase.
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Lexus RX 350 Questions

anniem416
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What Type Of Fuel Works Best On 2010 Lexus Rx350?

Considering a 2010 Lexus rx 350. Have heard both types from different people. Would like to hear from some Lexus rx 350 owners

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Kathy Welling
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Should I Replace Catalytic Convertor In My 2005 Lexus 350 Rx?

should I replace a catalytic convertor in my 2005 lexus rx 350 or trade it in?

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Barbbobbe
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My Vsc/trac Light & Engine Light Is On

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doglip
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The Close Button On The Console Of My Lexus 2009 350rx Popped Off. Do I Ha...

the close button on my console popped off do I have to replace console or just the close button

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Sharon2008
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2008 Rx350 Engine Problem

My 2008 RX350 stopped while I was driving slowly due to heavy traffic - there wasn't any abnormal sound or shaking before that. I tried to restart, but it couldn't. So I had it towed to a Lexus deal...

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About the 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.  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.