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2011 Lexus RX350

2011 Lexus RX350 Review

(3 Stars)  Comfortable and reliable -- but bland

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Lexus joined the crossover segment in with the RX300. That segment has since grown exponentially and is now represented by almost all luxury auto makers. In fact, it has become one of the more crowded segments, so to standout is an accomplishment. Since its inception, consumers have rated this model very highly on reliability, spacious interior, and a plush ride. The current RX350 has a new body and is larger than its predecessor. The addition of luxury and safety gear has unfortunately increased the RX's portliness by over 400 lbs. Even without the air bag suspension, the RX350 manages a soft, quiet ride for all passengers.

This Lexus is propelled by a 3.5 liter 275 HP V-6 mated to a 6 speed automatic. This power is put to the ground through 18" wheels in either two or four wheel drive configurations. 10 airbags add to the safety of this model, including drivers knee and side curtain airbags.

Technology and Luxury abound in the RX350. Using what Lexus calls the Remote Touch controller operates as a mouse for navigating the LCD multifunction screen. Some of the other options available are a Mark Levinson audio system, back up camera and DVD entertainment center.

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