Big and bold, the Lexus RX 350 is all sharp lines and angles, thankfully though, more like a sculpted artwork than just thrown together in haphazard fashion like the three-year-old's finger-painting masterpiece.
We like that it stands out from its competitors with a noticeable 'spindle grille', a stately behind and a proud stance on its 20-inch alloys. It takes a certain kind of swagger to do things a touch differently, but it is easy to see why the RX 350 is the luxury brand's most popular SUV.
The interior of the RX 350 is less dramatic, but the console still sports the odd sweeping line which adds interest. Fit and finish is excellent, and it is quite obvious that quality dials and buttons have been used which not only adds durability but means the console is nice to look at, too.
The leather seats are super comfortable, padded in all the right spots and wide enough across the top to accommodate my husband's shoulders. Not only are the front seats electronically adjustable, making it easy to find that perfect driving position, they are heated and cooled, which was a luxury in the late summer heat.