Lexus RX Configurations
With the Lexus RX, you get flexibility. That’s something that Larchmont, New Rochelle, and Yonkers drivers love about this vehicle. You can have either a two-row, 5-seat setup in the RX, or a three-row, 7-seat setup in the RX.
How about Lexus RX configurations, though? There are many ways to customize this vehicle, so the team at Lexus of Larchmont is exploring how you can make this SUV your own. Schedule a test drive today.
Beginning with the RX 350 front-wheel drive model, and going all the way up to the RX 350L all-wheel drive model, you will have a powerful V6 engine under the hood. This V6 delivers up to 295 horsepower and can take you from 0 to 60 MPH in just 7.9 seconds.
If you choose to equip your Lexus RX with all-wheel drive, the Active Torque Control technology comes with variable torque split and electronic differential lock to ensure smooth performance while providing that extra grip on the roadways when the roads become slick.
The Lexus RX 450h, the hybrid edition of the RX, combines a V6 engine with an electric motor, which means savings at the pump for you. Thanks to this combination of an electric motor and a V6 engine, you’ll enjoy up to 308 horsepower on drives throughout the area.
Comfort and Design
Inside the Lexus RX, you’ll have the ability to customize your climate. There’s no need to compromise ever again thanks to Multi-Zone Climate Control capability. Individual settings can be changed by the driver and the front passenger, but it doesn’t have to be at the same time. You get your temperature, while your front passenger gets theirs–how revolutionary! Inside the RXL, there are dedicated climate control offerings for third-row passengers.
Standard on the RX350L and RX 450hL are third-row seats. While the RX comes with two rows of seats and space for up to five people, the third-row option makes it possible to extend an invitation to the other side of the family or a few extra friends for that next trip.
Power-folding and power-reclining third-row seats offer a 50/50 split, and accessing the third row is as easy as sliding the second-row seat and getting into the vehicle.
As you may expect, there are some notable differences between the two-row RX and the three-row RX.
Inside the entry-level RX, interior dimensions are as follows:
- Headroom (front/rear): 39.4 inches/39.1 inches
- Legroom (front/rear): 44.1 inches/38 inches
- Shoulder room (front/rear): 57.8 inches/57.6 inches
As the Lexus RXL carries three rows, the interior dimensions are slightly different:
- Headroom (front/middle/rear): 39.8 inches/38.5 inches/34.8 inches
- Legroom (front/middle/rear): 41.4 inches/30.9 inches/23.5 inches
- Shoulder room (front/middle/rear): 58.3 inches/57.8 inches/45.7 inches
No matter which RX you pick, you’ll be able to enjoy a spacious cabin with plenty of room for both passengers and cargo. To see these models for yourself, schedule a test drive with our Lexus team today.
Relish Your RX Driving Experience
If you’re seeking that next SUV near Larchmont, New Rochelle, and Yonkers, visit Lexus of Larchmont today. Our Lexus RX configurations review tells a part of the story, but you can begin writing yours from behind the wheel of this SUV today!