Lexus RX (2015 - 2022)

5

450h Premium Sport Edition

reviewed by Anonymous on 12 January 2023
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Awesome

I traded up from an NX to an RX and don't regret it. It's bigger (almost Q7 size) and it shows inside. Rear legroom and boot space bigger. I've done 3K in the winter and it's averaging 33mpg, so in the summer i expect about 37 (so going for a 36mpg average). The car is super quiet, very comfortable and bulletproof build quality. The trackpad is ok, and as i use wireless CarPlay (bought a dongle), i need minimal touching of it, no that's not a problem (the screen is touch as well). One thing to note is the NX (old and new), RAV4's, and the new RX have all got 4 cylinder engines, so they will be more economical, but i do love the sound of the V6 in this RX. It's quiet, smooth (even when revved with the e-CVT), and suits the nature of the car. It feels quality and the smaller engines make it a less scerine experience. The seating position is surprisingly high (disco Sport height i recon) so you have a nice commanding view.
Overall I am extremely impressed with the RX and highly recommend it.

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About this car

Price£41,940–£67,165
Road TaxAlternative fuel, C–J
MPG34.9–54.3 mpg
Real MPG64.1%

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