Facelifted Lexus RX On Its Way To Dealers, Starts At $44,150

Lexus has disclosed the official pricing details of the 2020 RX range, whose production has kicked off and is set to arrive at dealers soon.

The mid-size luxury crossover will set you back $44,150 in RX350 spec, whereas the RX350L is at least $47,300 – without the delivery, processing and handling fees. The F Sport model will start at $47,950, while the F Sport with the Performance Package will become available from $50,350.

As revealed when it first broke cover back in May, the 2020 RX sports a few visual mods compared to its predecessor that contribute to an overall cleaner design. The color palette has been revised as well, welcoming Moonbeam Beige Metallic and Nori Green Pearl, to go with the new available wheels.

Also Watch: Lexus RX 350L Driven By Consumer Reports: How Good Is The 7-Seater?

The 8-inch infotainment system is standard regardless of the grade, but buyers can choose to go for the 12.3-inch touchscreen display instead. The system provides support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration and comes with improved voice-recognition technology. Voice actions can be used for a number of different commands, such as finding restaurants or service reminders.

On the go, the facelifted RX will be more engaging, as it benefits from the addition of new lightweight front and rear stabilizer bars with reinforced bushings. These improve the steering response and reduce body roll. Additionally, the automaker promises reduced levels of noise and vibration thanks to the stiffer roll bars and re-tuned shock absorbers.

Powering the 450h and 450hL versions of the revised RX will be an electrified 3.5-liter V6 unit, making 308 HP. Meanwhile, the 350 and 350L will use a non-hybrid 3.5-liter V6, developing 295 HP.

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  • Ben

    Celebrations at a local Starbucks near you.

  • TheBelltower

    Toyota has really doubled down on that origami face. This is the car for people who always drive like they’re lost


      what??? 🤣🤣🤣

      • TheBelltower

        On a positive note, the bumpers are so messy that you won’t even notice the Camry dents.

        • SteersUright



    Better than the XT6

  • SteersUright

    Really nice interior. Really sci-fi looking exterior. Not sure I love it. Certainly don’t hate it. Its interesting to look at but not beautiful. Or maybe its ahead of its time? lol…obviously I don’t know what to make of Lexus’ current design language. The only car they’ve made in a while that I thought was good looking was the GS350 F sport. Even the LC500 falls into this weird category of interesting-yet-weird-and-not-beautiful-but-still-really-cool. **Quick edit, I almost forgot, credit where its due, I actually think the IS350 F-sport is still a very good looking car.

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