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Lexus RX L: 2019 Motor Trend SUV of the Year Contender • 2 November 2018

When you look at the blocking and tackling—the smooth and quiet ride, consistent steering and brake feel, elegant materials, superb fit and finish, crisp stereo—the RX L is pretty fabulous. And although the infotainment system still has a maddening user interface, a new split-screen setup helps a bit. Second-row seating space is good, until you have to slide forward to make room for origamied folks behind you. Which leads to the main point: When a vehicle's reason to exist is also the reason it fails, therein lies a problem.

Auto Express • 8 August 2018

The Lexus RX L, the seven-seat version of the firm’s hybrid SUV, arrives in the UK…

2018 Lexus RX350L Review • 25 July 2018

The RX 350L manages to do everything that its original, smaller sibling does, but with extra space for either the trunk or another third row of seating. The third row is only useful for carrying younger individuals with small frames on quick trips to the park or the local ice cream parlor. With the seats down, the RX 350L allows you to take more home on the routine Costco run. It won’t win the hearts of any driving enthusiasts anytime soon. And keep your eye on the invoice as you load up the options. With a starting price of $49,500 with all-wheel drive, optioning out our tester as we saw fit bumped the sticker to the mid-$50,000. That puts it up against some serious competition. But for the most popular and neutral option in the segment that you simply cannot go wrong with, look no further than the RX 350L. If the current selection of midsize luxury crossovers makes you dizzy, the RX 350L simplifies the decision-making process by being the reliable, dependable, and predictable choice. It does exactly what most people ask of it as a comfortable form of daily personal transportation. But desire something with a little more pizzazz and you won’t be met with a shortage of options. Those who like a little more style and excitement behind the wheel will want to consider the Mercedes-Benz GLE 350, the Porsche Macan, and the Jaguar F-Pace. The Volvo XC90, the Acura MDX, and the Infiniti QX60 cater to those needing a true third row and extra space. And there are more affordable, value-driven alternatives that come close to being just as luxurious as the RX 350L such as upper tiers of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Kia Sorento.

Top Gear • 11 June 2018

Lexus makes a proper alternative to the default German premium SUVs, so long as you prefer efficiency and comfort to outright performance.

CAR magazine • 5 June 2018

In many ways, the new seven-seater RX is bang on the Lexus trend: beautifully built, sensible with sound eco credentials and a penny-pinching tax status (though imagine how much more efficient it could be with a downsized three- or four-cylinder engine in place of a V6…). The RX L places comfort and wellbeing above corner carving. And that hybrid powertrain is at once soothing and extremely refined most of the time. You’ll make your own mind up about the Japanese styling inside and out, but - outdated infotainment aside - there’s little to stop us recommending the Lexus RX L as a rational, sensible seven-seat SUV option.

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