how many miles can I expect to put on my Lexus RX 350 2011 model? Thank you!

Asked by Oct 19, 2014 at 03:11 PM about the 2011 Lexus RX 350 AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

19 Answers


That's a loaded question. No set number of miles. Depends on how you take care of it and how much money you want to put into it to keep it running in tip top shape for a long time. Most cars will last to 200K if you keep up with the maintenance.

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My 2006 RX350 has done 120,000 kms (72,000 miles) and is still in very good shape. Scheduled maintenance is done through the dealer, whose service is excellent. All this combined leads me to buying another this year so sit back and enjoy your RX350, one of the best cars ever made.

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My RX350 2009 has 90,000 miles, and still rides like a LaZ Boy chair. I take very good care of it and it shows. The leather has to be reconditioned, but that is normal. There are no rips or worn spots. Engine is still like new.

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I currently have 175,000 miles on my 2008 Lexus . it still looks good and runs great.. Best car I have ever owned. Perfect for carrying my Kayak. Picture was taken just year October/2014

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I have 236 thousand miles on my Lexus 2008( I travel back and forth to Florida from NY a lot, and it's barely broken in. So far besides the usual ( brakes, battery, Alignments) And oil changes every 5000 miles, all I have done on it were rear struts at 140,000 miles.I don't believe in flushes and fluid changes I just top it off when needed. Incredible car that still drives and looks new. I expect to get at least 400,000 out of it if not more.

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I have a 2016 with 300 miles. Runs like new.

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You guys were lucky! Mine only has 59k miles on it, and already being told I have a water pump leak, can see the power steering leak, both of which the dealer has quoted me $2k per job. I have gone for 2nd opinions and theirs were not much cheaper. Mine is a 2009. I don't understand with such low miles a quality car needing this much major repair. Otherwise, I love the car.

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2001 Lexus GS430. 325,000. Still runs perfectly.

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2007 Rx 350, 100k. Runs great with pretty much routine maintenance. While pricey, they were not entirely unanticipated. I had 2 coils go bad and replaced 4. Water pump 2 month later, and new tires and brakes another month later. Painful but the car is running great. No foreseeable problems coming up. Hopefully she has another 100-150K in her.

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I own a Lexus 2001 RX 300. It has 247,000 on it and I've done all the regular maintenance it suggests. It is running like a top. I replace the water pump, main engine gasket, the spark plugs one time, and the water pump and timing belt. That's been It! Maybe I'm too optimistic, but I really feel it will go for another hundred thousand.

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2008 Lexus RX 350, all routine maintenance done by my husband. Ran and felt like a brand new car. 158,000 miles. Car was a total loss due to being hit in the rear passenger side. These cars are the best! We are looking to replace.

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I have a 2004 RX330 with 240K miles, and it still runs great. Unfortunately, it won't pass emissions until I change the catalytic converters. So, I'm here seeking information which will help me decide whether to sell now, or go for the cats.


109,000 on my 2010 Lexus RX 350 . This is my 3rd RX . My first one I had for one week . Car accident with a car spinning in the middle of the highway in Florida ran me into a concrete wall at 60 mph and took out three sides of the car . After repaired I drove it to 60,000 miles . Then traded for an RX hybrid . After being rear ended in Florida by a distracted driver . I no more than had it repaired . And here came a flood that took my second RX out . After surviving 2 pretty bad wrecks . I bought my 3rd RX . With my bad luck I am hanging on to my 2010 . Still running great at 109,000 miles . I most likely will purchase a new RX in the future . But , for now . It has not been in a car accident . And it has not been in a flood ! So I will be back at 200,000 miles . If my own body last that long .

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I have a 2004 rx 330 with 170,000, best car ever, not even a rattle. Normal maintenance.

my lexus ct200h 2012 109000 miles great car like it much more than Mercedes Diesel and I love the quality +++++++ Bill Sas Scotlamd


I'm planning on buying a 2015 Lexus 350 RX AWD at about 67,000. Should I be worried at all? It's one owner and no accidents. A good deal too from an Acura dealer.

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I have a 2001 RX 350, bought used around 2005-excellent condition. I now have 243,000 miles and the car is almost perfect. Replaced serpentine belts (squeaking when cranked), AC fans (for noise), electric window motor, front hub bearing, air fuel ratio sensor. Have another sensor which makes check engine lights on, but mechanic says approx. $2000 as must take motor out. Reduced gas mileage less than a mile but no other issues with it. These are the ONLY repairs ever made. Of course I keep oil changed,5000 miles and tires rotated, balanced and keep aligned. It has become a joke almost. Thought I needed another car some years ago but I doubt if we'll ever sell this car. My granddaughter wanted it, and we wouldn't sell it to her parents 2 years ago.

I have a 2005 rx 330 with 270k. I have only done the basic services, but I did have a problem with the power steering rack and Pinion a fewyears ago. Glad I got it fixed, because the car is still running great. I am trying to get to 300,000 miles before I replace it with the newer model.

2007 Lexus GS 350 AWD, only 60k on it and already replaced rear brakes, jammed callipers, battery, alternator at 40K and now the water pump leaking and making noise. Cant believe it is Lexus.

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