Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.
The RX350 and hybrid RX450h offer posh appointments, a cushy ride, and lots of interior room—but neither is fun to drive. Steering is numb, and handling is ponderous. The hybrid is quicker, with a 30-mpg city fuel rating, but its CVT and grabby regenerative brakes detract from the driving experience. Both front- and all-wheel drive are available; the latter is standard on the hybrid and the RX350 F Sport. The F Sport, sadly, is sporty in name only. All-new RX models go on sale in late 2015.
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