The 2021 Lexus RX may look bold and sporty, but its character is very relaxed and comfortable instead, which makes the vehicle a perfect choice for cruising. Even upgrading to the F Sport model offers few driving features. A 3.5-liter V-6 is provided in models bearing the RX350 badge and a hybrid powertrain can also be found in the RX450h, acceleration from both models is appropriately composed. Purchasers will also have to choose from the standard two-row version of the RX and the lengthened, three-row RX-L. Accommodations in the front and second-row seats are pretty much calm and more spacious, with luxury seat cushions and plenty of lavish and convenient features.
Purchasers of the vehicle can have their 2021 LEXUS RX in two different flavors, Models badged RX350 is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 while the model badge RX450h comes standard with a V-6 plus two electric motors. When the RX350 was tested, the vehicle was equipped with all-wheel drive and managed an adequate, but slow for the segment, run of 6.9 seconds from zero to 60 mph.
Lexus has chosen beautiful materials and designs for the 2021 Lexus RX interior which includes soft leather, textured metallic or wood trims, and also soft-touch plastics. The driving position of the vehicle is quite comfortable and easy to settle in to, but the interior is ruined by a few intuitive missteps, the tuning knob for the radio a difficult reach from the driver’s seat, and the infotainment system is controlled by an inaccurate controller just after of the shifter. But Lexus has added touchscreen capability to the 2021 RX’s infotainment system.
We found the infotainment system quite difficult to use while driving, but it comes with a lot of the automotive world’s most modern and sought-after features such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and onboard Wi-Fi.
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