What Can You Expect of a Used Lexus RX 350?
The Lexus RX 350
underwent a massive redesign in the 2016 model year, with a complete refresh bringing new technology and features to life. That 2016 edition drastically changed the interior, providing a larger display screen, along with a reimagined gauge cluster and new climate-control vents.
The RX 350 also picked up a new 8-speed automatic transmission starting with that 2016 model, which replaced the 6-speed that was around in 2015 and in earlier years, too. Improved acceleration was the main focus from Lexus engineers with this change, along with better fuel economy. That also increased horsepower in the RX 350, as drivers now have a 295 horsepower V6 engine.
The 2018 edition of the RX 350 did see some changes, as well. Lexus Enform Safety Connect and Enform Service Connect is complimentary for 10 years. These driver aids can provide emergency assistance and enhanced roadside assistance.
Another major change? The RX 350L offers third-row seating. That means the RX 350 becomes a 7-seat vehicle with third-row comforts like folding seats and dedicated climate control.