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2018 Lexus RX

The big news for the 2018 Lexus RX lineup are the new 3-row, extended-length RX 350L and RX 450hL models. Other updates include an available blind-spot monitor and sunroof on the RX 350 base model and the RX 450h hybrid. Navigation and rear cross-traffic alert are also now available on the hybrid along with a new Premium Package. Lexus’ Enform Safety Connect system is now complimentary for 10 years.

2017 Lexus RX

Lexus’ 2017 RX 350 receives Lexus’ Safety System + with automatic emergency braking as standard equipment, while the RX 450h gains standard blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert. The F Sport can now be ordered with front-wheel drive (FWD), while the hybrid gains standard all-wheel drive (AWD).

About Lexus RX

Comfortable and luxurious, the 2018 Lexus RX continues to dominate the midsize-luxury-SUV segment. Two standard models are available, the V6-powered RX 350 and RX 450h hybrid, which is a fuel-economy class leader. New this year is a 3-row variant that can seat up to seven passengers. Lexus also offers the desirable RX F Sport for those who want a sportier driving experience and a more aggressive appearance. F Sport models get a sport-tuned suspension, larger wheels and tires, an in-your-face mesh grille, sport seats and an electronic gauge cluster with additional instrumentation. The new Lexus RX seats five comfortably and delivers a smooth ride, quiet interior and legendary Lexus reliability. It also leads the class with traditionally high resale value. Its long list of competitors includes the Mercedes-Benz GLE, BMW X5, Volvo XC90, Audi Q5 and Cadillac XT5.

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