New 2023 Lexus RX Full Review: Redesigned and Better than Before

New 2023 Lexus RX Full Review: Redesigned and Better than Before Watch Now!

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2023 Lexus RX full review! Today I’m reviewing the new Lexus RX, which is a popular luxury midsize SUV. I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of the RX, and I’ll show you around the new 2023 Lexus RX. I’m also going to drive the new 2023 Lexus RX and show you what it’s like behind the wheel.

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10 Comments

  1. I always end up preferring buttons to touch controls. Pressing a button was a better option both from a safety standpoint as well as from a UX pleasure perspective.
    I guess the more mechanical interface felt lie you were actually interacting with your car.

  2. Doug getting damp during a review shows his absolute commitment to getting the job done. Kudos, Doug.

  3. “The Lexus ARRRRR XXXXXX” Great review Doug! Looking forward to Lexus doing a full EV of the RX in the future.

  4. @Doug – the 360 camera is useless while in park but if you shift to drive and push the 360 view button it shows a much more useful front & top-down view and you can even make it automatic through there

  5. Nice review. Quick correction though; the 350h (and 450h+) don’t use the 350’s 2.4 litre turbo (although the 500h does). They use a 2.5n/a as per RAV4, Camry etc

  6. I really prefer how the last one looked. The fade from the grille into the bodywork is cool but the new grille shape is really strange, and the creases on the wheel arches look really odd and out of place.

  7. I always thought the previous model looked very beautiful but I do like this one as well. I do believe it looks a lot sportier than the previous one, the previous one looked a bit more elegant.

  8. If anybody’s curious, the hybrid 4 cylinder is not a turbo. None of the hybrid options will have a turbo 4-cylinder, the turbo 4 cylinder is the replacement to the v6. Hybrid options all use the 2.5 l Atkinson cycle four-cylinder engine. It is the same four-cylinder engine that is in their current hybrid Highlanders and siennas. If I had to guess why the sport model has more power, it has a larger battery pack and allows for much more current into the electric motors to assist the gas motor. This is much like the RAV4 Prime does.


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