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Lexus RX 450hL 2018 review: snapshot


Daily driver score

3.8/5

Urban score

3.8/5

The seven-seat Lexus RX 450hL is the most powerful model in the RX L family, combining a V6 engine and an electric motor for a combined power output of 230kW.

Available in 'Luxury' ($93,440) or 'Sport Luxury' ($110,240) guise, every 450hL arrives with 20-inch alloys, proximity unlocking and standard roof rails. Technology in the Luxury model is covered by a nav-equipped, 8.0-inch display that pairs with 12 speakers, but the Sport Luxury swaps it for a 12.3-inch screen and a 15-speaker Mark Levinson stereo.

Standard safety equipment includes 10 airbags (with the curtain bad extended to the third row), a reversing camera, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rear parking sensors. 'Lexus Safety Sense+' also arrives as standard, which adds active cruise control, lane-keep assist, auto high beam and an AEB pre-collision safety system the now includes pedestrian detection for the first time. 

$58,990 - $89,880

Based on 36 car listings in the last 6 months

VIEW PRICING & SPECS

Daily driver score

3.8/5

Urban score

3.8/5
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