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Engine and Transmission

Two available powertrains-one of which is a hybrid-provide adequate but uninspiring motivation for the RX. Both are polished and efficient, which is perhaps what’s more important to luxury shoppers.

What’s New for 2018?

The new stretched three-row RX350L makes five horsepower less than the two-row RX350 because the extended body and spare tire prohibit the use of the dual-exhaust system from the standard model. That lower power figure and the increase in overall weight might explain the RX350L’s slightly slower acceleration times in our testing.

Test Results: Acceleration

Engine and Transmission

The rest of the RX lineup’s engines and transmissions are unchanged for 2018. For more information, you can read our in-depth review of the 2017 Lexus RX.

Engine and Transmission

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