The RX is Lexus’ top-selling vehicle, and so it’s only fitting that the popular crossover be offered in a longer form factor for an additional row of seating and cargo room. Lexus says the extended RXL will retain the design characteristics of the current RX, which is a good thing.
When we last drove the RX 450h in F-Sport trim, we were impressed by the handling and refinement of the ride. Fuel economy was impressive as well, especially in urban driving.
Stay tuned for the official reveal and details on the all-new RX 350L and 450hL on November 29!