There are a fair few reasons to like the latest RX. For a start, the interior is attractive and comfortable, helped by the absorbent ride and generous standard equipment. CO2 emissions are pretty low for the class as a whole, so your company car tax bill shouldn’t be too horrific. The RX should prove very reliable, too. However, the Audi Q7 remains our favourite luxury SUV by offering a plusher interior, more passenger space and a better infotainment system.get the best price
The RX L Takumi comes with every feature Lexus has to offer as standard. You get chrome 20-inch alloy wheels, adaptive suspension and adaptive LED headlights outside, and semi-aniline leather upholstery, front and rear heated seats with electrical adjustment and a 15-speaker Mark Levinson stereo inside. There’s also a 360-degree parking camera and a raft of safety assists such as automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assistance.
Engine: 450h 3.5
A 3.5-litre petrol V6 paired with two electric motors to give you a combined power output of 308bhp and four-wheel drive. It’s a refined engine with a pleasing sound but it doesn’t have the verve of comparable diesel rivals