4Lexus RX

Lexus RX

4Lexus RX
4.5

58 reviews

PositivevsNegative
88% · 516 · 10%

Build Quality
4.5
Value for Money
4.3
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.0
Noise Level
4.8
Braking
4.6
Acceleration / Power
4.7
Gear Shifting
4.6
Suspension
4.5
Fuel Efficiency
4.2
Handling
4.6
Interior Design
4.6
Boot Size
4.3
Comfort
4.8
Features
4.9
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Reviews

58 reviews
Ay
AySydney, NSW15 posts
  AL20

So far so good

Just bought the new rx so far so good i choose 2.0lt turbo thought it will bu underpowered but its not since i realize the 350nm torque coming @ 1600rpm at low rpm.
Enough for city driving and economical. Like the f sport badge all digital and tdt speedometer like race car Show details
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StevenL
StevenLGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC37 posts
  RX AL10 RX 270
Jeff S.
Jeff S.
  RX AL20 RX 450h Sports Luxury
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Harry S.
Harry S.7 posts
  RX AL10 RX 350
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Harry
HarryNewcastle68 posts
  RX
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burnt hand
burnt handSouth East Queensland, QLD37 posts
  RX AL10 RX 350

After my experience I wouldn’t dream of buying anything but a Lexus

Used privately. Not many long journeys apart from trips from Surfers to Melbourne. Never had the slightest problem except for a slight crack in the dashboard cover which Lexus replaced at no charge last year. Use Southport Lexus for servicing. New tyres last year. Throughout my life I’ve owned about 20 different cars. The Volvo was good but nothing comes up to to my Lexus RX 350. Show details
reviewman27
reviewman27Perth, WA45 posts
  XU30
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Wilson
WilsonSydney, NSW4 posts
  RX AL20 RX 200t Luxury

Perfect Car

Bought this car three years ago, no any problem at all.
Very comfortable seat and driving experience.
Fuel consumption around 11.7
It is surprisingly quiet while driving
overall, it is very good.

power for 200t is just okay, not too good Show details

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Tom
TomSouth East Queensland, QLD
  RX AL10 RX 450h
Ay
AySydney, NSW15 posts
  RX AL20 RX300 F Sport

Best car i ever had

Its a great car to have, the only problem i found are f sport seat is a bit firm for me.i am 191 cm tall and not wider enough.

the fuel consumption its far from the claim.my personal experience 1 litre for 8.5km combined driving conditions. Show details

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Anastasia O.
Anastasia O.South East Queensland, QLD2 posts
  RX AL20 RX 350

Best quality and design

I own and drive a Lexus RX350 2007 model. I purchased the car three years ago and have never had any problems with it. My partner drives it to work every day with a 2 hour commute in total, it's great for highway to suburban driving. We use this car everyday for long and short drives, living on the Gold Coast we are lucky enough to have easy access to the hinterlands which are a mountainous drive performed with easy from the RX350. I have this car serviced every 6 months and have never had any problems with it. Show details
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burnt hand
burnt handSouth East Queensland, QLD37 posts
  XU30

Amazing perfect car never one problem

I have been buying cars since 1960. This Lexus 350 purchased in 2007 is without doubt the best car I have ever owned and I have owned 2 new Mercedes, which I will not even comment on. The Volvo’s were good but the service, as was the Renault, poor. Lexus service is fantastic; not expensive, and very fair. They replaced, after 10 years, a cracked dashboard free of charge and loaned me a car whilst replacing. Anyone who buys a car other than a Lexus, is in my opinion making the wrong decision. I look back on the British cars, including a 1993 Landrover Discovery, as a distant nightmare. Show details
Nick
NickSydney, NSW12 posts
  RX AL20 RX 450h F Sport
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Amanda Ng
Amanda Ng48 posts
  AL10
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Michael
MichaelSydney, NSW4 posts
  Fair Incentive AL10

Safe, quiet and extremely smooth car

I went to some car dealers to find a good car for family, last week I came to Sydney City Lexus and Rae Kenedy, the car dealer introduced me some Lexus models : RX350, RX270, NX300 and explained very clearly each model and options. At the end, we selected RX270, we took a drive around Sydney, the car has the new technology : Smart start button, big navigation screen, sunroof etc.. The car run extremely smooth, quiet and safe. All members of my family are very happy, I will introduce Rae and Sydney City Lexus to all of my friends. Show details

Questions & Answers

Ian OF
Ian OF · RX AL10 RX 450h (2009-2015)

Does any reader have experience of towing caravan with a 2013 Lexus RX450h? Do I need to add anything to the Lexus tow bar or electrics. Can I/do I need to strengthen the rear suspension with, for eg, air bags in springs? Tow weight is only 1500kgs but there are small vans within that limit, including water, clothes etc. does towing put too much strain on the batteries and transmission? Wetravel light, like the freedom of camping, are too old for tents and hate the eating out that accompanies motel life. Regards, Ian

Ferrec N.
Ferrec N. · RX XU30 (2003-2008)

I just bought a used 2008 Lexus RX350 with 73,000 km on it. I read somewhere online that this 2GR-FE engine has a rubber oil cooler line. It is recommended to replace it with a metal oil cooler line and VVT-i line. I went to the Lexus dealership today (Lexus Sydney City Waterloo, Australia). I asked them to replace the metal oil cooler line for my car. But after inspecting my car, the dealer said it didn't need to be replaced because it wasn't leaking. Has anyone changed it themselves or by an independent mechanic? What is the cost?

StevenL
StevenL  
Seb
Seb · RX

Will 2005 rx330 front seats fit my 2006 rx350.

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CategoryLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVsLarge / 7 Seater SUVs
Starting Price $119,217$95,668$112,762$102,123
TransmissionContinuously Variable (CVT)AutomaticContinuously Variable (CVT)Automatic
Drive TypeAll Wheel Drive (AWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)All Wheel Drive (AWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrolPetrolPetrol
Wheels20" Alloy20" Alloy20" Alloy20" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
Fuel Consumption5.7 L/100km8.1 L/100km5.7 L/100km8.1 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 65 L72 L65 L72 L
Engine6 Cylinder 3.5L4 Cylinder 2.0L6 Cylinder 3.5L4 Cylinder 2.0L
Max Power193kW @ 6000rpm175kW @ 5600rpm193kW @ 6000rpm175kW @ 5600rpm
Max Torque335Nm @ 4600rpm350Nm @ 1650-4000rpm335Nm @ 4600rpm350Nm @ 1650-4000rpm
Country of ManufactureJapanJapanJapanJapan
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)1,500 kg1,000 kg1,500 kg1,000 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty4 year(s)4 year(s)4 year(s)4 year(s)
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