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|Model||RX 350 Base|
|Engine||3.5-L V-6 DOHC 24V|
|Combine MPG||18 MPG|
When it was new, we named the 2011 Lexus RX 350 the Best Luxury Midsize Crossover for the Money because it offered the best combination of positive reviews and ownership costs in the class. It’s hard to find another upscale crossover that does a better job wrapping comfort and luxury into the same package. Standard features are typical for the class and include cloth seats, a nine-speaker audio system with Bluetooth audio streaming, and automatic dual-zone climate control. The extensive options list when it was new includes features like navigation, exterior upgrades, a rear-seat entertainment system and leather upholstery. Plus, if you want even better fuel economy than the RX 350 can offer, you can opt for the hybrid RX 400h.
Though the 2011 Lexus RX is a fantastic crossover, it may not be for everyone. It only has two rows, so those who need seven seats are out of luck. It also can’t tow or go off-road like some of its truck-based competitors, so if you need rugged capability out of your luxury SUV, you’ll want to look elsewhere. Reviewers also mentioned that although the RX has a smooth, comfortable ride, it’s not sporty. However, if you’re looking for a five-seat crossover and don’t need razor-sharp handling or tons of power, the 2011 RX 350 should be at the top of your list.
|Maintenance||Our 108 point presale delivery inspections is done.
Engine oil / Battery
|Transmission||Automatic : Four-Wheel Drive|