RX 350 in the Market
The RX was arguably the first luxury crossover SUV, and this model remains competitive in a segment that's exploded with new offerings.
It helps that Lexus clearly decided to build a comfortable luxury car that was also practical and easy to live with. It didn't feel the urge to suddenly switch things up and make, say, a hot rod.
When other automakers are offering extreme touch-screen navigation/multimedia/climate-control options, it's nice to see someone come up with a system that might not look as fancy, but is more functional. In fact, that's probably the best way to summarize the RX: It's not the newest, flashiest SUV out there, but it is one of the better-executed ones.
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Making a phone call Dialing by inputting a number “Dial by number”. Dialing by inputting a name “Dial by name”. Speed dialing. Dialing a number stored in the outgoing history memory “Redial”. ...
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One could be forgiven for thinking that the Lexus GS line would be lost between the popular ES 350 and the flagship LS 460 but, in fact, the GS models have found their own niche with consumers. By ...
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