Throughout its lifespan, the RX has remained one of the most popular vehicles in its segment and arguably one of the Lexus best sellers. The car was already a compact, near perfect car so when the automakers introduced the new model, they kept radical changes to minimum. Instead of refining the design and further features, only several useful changes were made. When we consider buying a new car, our priority is to buy a luxurious, comfortable and a release value top car in a reasonable budget.
The 2010 Lexus Rx 350 is a perfect fit. It by far pioneered the crossover market with its distinctive features, elegant interior, and most importantly a friendly driving impression. While the exterior of Rx 350 had a very less work done for 2010, it’s the interior that sees the great number of changes. The broad sitting space, fine rich leather seats, and the navigation controlling remote technology are some of the sung qualities of 2010 Lexus Rx 350. The navigation remote Haptic touch somewhat over shone amongst the other features as the Lexus was the first automaker company to introduce it. The organic light emitting diode display (OLED) is another distinctive feature that offers vibrant white characters that are easy to read from any angle.
From afar, the overall shape of Lexus Rx 350 isn’t different from any other crossover and it’s intentionally modeled that way. However, when viewed up close, the differences become much obvious. The addition of a bolder grille and high quality projector-beam headlights makes the cross over look like a perfect muscular crossover from the front. And underneath, new standard high quality 18 inch wheels gives the car a substantial, pronounced and a complete look. Coming to most important specifications, The 2010 Lexus 350 has a 3.5L V6 engine which has modest increase in the horsepower and torque over the previous generation of engine, moving from 270 horsepower and 251 pound-feet to 275 horsepower and 256 p-ft respectively. The 6-speed automatic transmission with an option of quick shifting for a rapid acceleration is another quality that makes your consideration more strong. In terms of fuel economy, both for two wheel drive and all wheel drive, the average mileage is around 19 MPG which is considerably good for a crossover. The specifications are enough to make this crossover a perfect vehicle to own. You can book this car at dealers such as used BMW x3 Houston or many others.