Lexus' luxury SUV has changed little over the years, preserving the qualities that make it popular but falling behind the competition.
The 2015 Lexus RX 350 remains a comfortable, easy-driving SUV with a great amount of space, but its features, especially in the driver-assistance category, fall behind those of the competition.
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Although sport suspension tuning gives the RX 350 F Sport better handling, the ride quality loses its luxury feel and the vehicle struggles for a purpose.
The 2013 Lexus RX 350 lacks some of the more advanced features of rival luxury SUVs, but app integration helps keep it modern. F Sport trim does little for performance, mostly making the ride less comfortable.
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The new suite of cabin tech in the 2010 Lexus RX 350 catches this luxury SUV up with current car tech leaders, but the power train, while practical, doesn't take advantage of the latest efficiency technologies.
CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Lexus RX 350.
Lexus updated its RX line of SUVs for the 2010 model year, putting new electronics into the dashboard. The power train gets a new six-speed transmission, but the engine remains the same as the previous generation.