2011 Lexus RX 350 Review

The luxury market is a diverse one. Some buyers expect a car that's fast but also has a pretty interior. Others want a boulevard cruiser so they can tool down the road in a mobile living room. The Lexus RX 350 crossover is more of the latter type. That's not to say it's a lumbering beast, but nor is it meant to blast down country roads.

The RX 350 is a very comfortable, nice-looking crossover that will carry you, your family and your stuff on a long drive, leaving you none the worse for wear.

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