Lexus RX 350 0-60 times

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2018 Lexus RX 350 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
F Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive

6.8 sec

15.1 @ 93 mph
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive

6.9 sec

15.3 @ 92 mph
F Sport 4dr All-wheel Drive

7.2 sec

15.5 @ 90 mph
Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive

7.2 sec

15.6 @ 90 mph

2017 Lexus RX 350 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
F Sport 4dr Front-wheel Drive,295 hp

6.8 sec

15.1 @ 93 mph
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive,295 hp

6.9 sec

15.3 @ 92 mph
F Sport 4dr All-wheel Drive,295 hp

7.2 sec

15.5 @ 90 mph
Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive,295 hp

7.2 sec

15.6 @ 90 mph

2016 Lexus RX 350 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive,295 hp

6.9 sec

15.3 @ 100 mph
Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive,295 hp

7.2 sec

15.5 @ 96 mph


Lexus RX 350 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2018

6.8 - 7.2 sec

15.1 @ 93 - 15.6 @ 90 mph
2017

6.8 - 7.2 sec

15.1 @ 93 - 15.6 @ 90 mph
2016

6.9 - 7.2 sec

15.3 @ 100 - 15.5 @ 96 mph
2015

5.9 - 7.3 sec

14.3 @ 91 - 15.7 @ 88 mph
2014

6 - 7.3 sec

14.3 @ 91 - 15.7 @ 88 mph
2013

6.1 - 7.6 sec

14.5 @ 90 - 15.9 @ 87 mph
2012

6.7 - 7.3 sec

15.1 @ 91 - 15.7 @ 88 mph
2011

6.5 - 7.1 sec

15 @ 92 - 15.5 @ 89 mph
2010

6.5 - 7.1 sec

15 @ 92 - 15.5 @ 89 mph
2009

6.5 - 7.1 sec

15 @ 90 - 15.5 @ 88 mph
2008

6.5 - 7.1 sec

15 @ 90 - 15.5 @ 87 mph
2007

6.5 - 7.1 sec

15 @ 90 - 15.5 @ 88 mph

Cars with the same 0-60 time

2018 Hyundai Sonata

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.3 sec @ 94
2018 Jeep Wrangler

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.3 sec @ 89
2018 Kia Optima

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.2 sec @ 94
2018 Porsche Cayenne

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.4 sec @ 88
2018 Toyota Sequoia

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.3 sec @ 92
2018 Volvo XC90 Hybrid

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.1 sec @ 90

Today we take luxury crossovers for granted, but it was not so long ago that Lexus premiered the first vehicle of that kind with the RX, igniting what is now one of the most popular vehicle segments in the US.

The crossover market is different from what it was when the first RX came out, with much more competitors looking for new owners, but the Japanese luxury crossover still holds its own, at least in selling numbers. The reason for that is simple – the RX is still a plush-riding, refined, comfortable and well-made luxury crossover SUV.

The entry-level model is the RX-350, which comes with a 3.5-liter V6 that pumps out 295 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque. The duty of delivering the power to the wheels is executed by an 8-speed automatic gearbox and the buyer has a choice of front or all-wheel-drive.

 

Lexus RX-350 0-60 and Quarter Mile

The Lexus RX-350 is not a slow car by any mean, but it will not make your heart race either. The V6 engine can propel the car to 60 mph in 7,7 seconds, which should be fine for most drivers. The way it does it can be described as very refined – there is hardly any engine noise in the cabin while accelerating.

For those who want a little more drama when driving their family crossovers, there is the F-Sport model that comes with paddle shifters (which are definitely out of place in a luxurious crossover), and a special system that pumps intake noise into the cabin, that can sound good, but still doesn’t change the way the RX-350 feels dramatically.

All RX-350 models come with a drive-mode selector that varies throttle input, suspension hardness and steering feel depending on whether the driver chooses Normal, Eco or Sport. The F-Sport versions gain an additional Sport S and Sport S+ modes that will further sharpen the responses of the car, but even then, the RX-350 isn’t the sportiest crossover out there. It’s very supple on the road though – probably the best in its class when it comes to ride quality.

 

Exterior & Interior

The radical exterior design of the new RX-350 is a big departure from the conservative predecessors. As with every new Lexus, the RX has the front spindle grille that gives it an aggressive appearance and is really something you either like or you don’t. The side profile is busy with sharp angles and surfaces, while the back finishes off with a roof that looks like it’s floating thanks to the blacked-out C-pillar.

The cabin is less dramatic, which is great news for Lexus folks who want a calm and luxurious experience. That said, there is enough flair for it to be eye-catching. In some color and material combinations, we can even say that it’s opulent and striking – just look at the F-Sport model with red leather inside. The 12.3-inch TFT display that sits on top of the dash just adds to the overall modern design.

 

Conclusion

The exterior of the new Lexus RX-350 may have got much more aggressive and sporty, but the Lexus RX-350 is still a functional, well-made, roomy, refined, and smooth-riding driving machine. And even in categories where it’s not near the top of its class, it doesn’t trail by much – the V6 engine is powerful enough for most drivers and families, while the chassis provides a good overall stability on the road. Add a relatively affordable price to the mix, and you have one of the best luxury crossover SUVs out there.

Reviewed by Ivo Gievski



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