Review: Lexus RX300 (2003 – 2006)
Generously equipped, luxurious interior. Nicer to drive than a Range Rover. Extremely well screwed together.
Modest ability off road. UK denied 7-seat option. Likes petrol too much and is heavy on tyres.
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