Lexus RX 350 Moonroof Review: To be, or not to be...

Lexus RX 350 Moonroof Review: To be, or not to be...

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
24 Mar 2009
What we like:
pros
Lexus badge ensures long-term reliability
pros
and the engine this time around has a good combination of pulling power and refinement.
What we dislike:
cons
Interior still looks ordinary
cons
and cheap bits can be felt too.

The previous RX350 was a hit, especially here in Singapore - think of it as the Corolla of the luxury SUV segment. After all, it has a good combination of (a) luxury, (b) quality, (c) performance and of course, (d) reliability. And the fact that it maintains its value well also helps.

Without a doubt, the third generation RX we see here has quite a task in its hands now. Firstly, it has to maintain the standard its predecessor had set, and at the same time, better it. Second and most importantly, prove to potential buyers that even during this trying time, it is still worth forking out that premium just to bring one home.

Singaporeans are generally particular about how a car looks, and even though this RX350 takes time to get used to, we're sure the badge itself is good enough to attract the queue.

Seems history will repeat itself...

Credits: Story & pictures by Azfar Hashim

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