With the 2020 RX, Lexus has addressed some of our long-standing complaints about its formerly dreadful infotainment system. We can’t call the pricey SUV a strong value, but its standard and optional features lift it to a score of 7 here.

For 2020, a touchscreen and touchpad replace the former mouse-like infotainment controller; Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Alexa compatibility join the RX family as well, and the USB port count is up to six. Synthetic leather now comes standard on most versions. The F Sport model gets an optional performance package with retuned steering, a sport-tuned suspension, a sunroof, a gesture-controlled power tailgate, and a heated steering wheel. 

All RX 350 models come with power features, LED headlights, 18-inch wheels, power front seats, and an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen. The base price of $45,175…

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