Tuesday September 22, 2020

No midlife crisis for the Lexus RX

The range‘s new models will be highly satisfying to own, as long as you don’t expect engaging dynamics

2nd February, 2020
The latest Lexus RX: a look that has aged well in the last five years

Lexus launched the fourth generation of its RX SUV in 2015, so now it’s time for a midlife update. You’d have to be pretty familiar with the detail design of the previous car to spot the visual changes, though parked side-by-side you’ll appreciate the restyled lights front and rear, the revised radiator grille – which is still massive – and other tweaks to the bumpers. Not everyone loves the expressive Lexus design language, but it’s...

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