We have added a review of the 2022 Lexus RX 450h to the site. This time it was Driving.ca who took the RX through its’ paces.
One of the reasons the RX lineup succeeds in the marketplace is because it is the very definition of the word “balanced” — as in power, ride, comfort, amenities, and user-friendliness. Which is not to say it is beyond criticism. Stylistically, the Lexus spindle grille is taken to extravagant proportions on the crossover. Few are those who find it an attractive feature. Styling is subjective, however. What isn’t is the infotainment system’s computer mouse-like Remote Touch controller, generally panned for being awkwardly placed on the centre console, which makes it difficult to use, especially when driving.
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