The new Lexus RX combines excellent performance and styling with lower emissions than other cars in its class, according to the Japanese manufacturer.
A class leading 145g/km CO2 emissions on the full hybrid system attracts a benefit-in-kind tax rating of 20 per cent, which is also enjoyed by the new RX 450h F Sport.
According to Lexus, the new model delivers better performance, sharper styling and even higher equipment levels than before.
The Luxury model is equipped with dark-finish 19-inch alloy wheels, a new 12-speaker audio package with DAB digital tuner and DVD player, front and rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and an HDD satellite navigation system.
Other features include Eco EV, Snow and Sport selectable drive modes, a powered tailgate and eight-way electrically adjustable and heated front seats with memory setting and perforated leather upholstery.
The entry point to the range is the RX 450h SE, with the Premier model introducing elements such as more luxurious semi-aniline leather, a 15-speaker Mark Levinson audio system with six-DVD changer and a side-view camera.
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