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Stylists at Lexus have carved a bold new face on the 2013 RX 350 with the low-sloping hood crowned by a pinched grille with chrome fins and low intake valence, plus canted lamp clusters mounted at the top of front corners accented by outlines of LED running lights.
The current generation RX 350 has styling that is a subtle evolution
of previous models. Considering how many of today’s crossover vehicles
have copied the RX’s look lately, it’s a clear trend-setter. Inside, the RX has the same quality and attention to detail that has
made Lexus cars famous. But an optional joystick controller seems like
an unnecessary use of technology.
While crossover vehicles didn’t gain widespread popularity until about five years ago, the RX 300 was a trailblazer when it was introduced way back in 1998. It was like an SUV in many ways, with a high ride and four-wheel drive, but it was actually based on a car platform that made it feel like a Lexus should — poised, smooth and silent.
A crossover SUV from Lexus rises from the FWD platform of a car. It provides a luxurious five-seat passenger compartment and rear cargo bay. The cabin piles on premium gear like electroluminescent instruments in a triple-pod display, and power seats, mirrors and windows.