Toyota recalls more than 2,000 LEXUS RX300 in China
|...Better than the bland-looking first generation RX. This one has classy good looks, although if you're looking for brutal road presence look elsewhere. The RX stays safe and composed as its dynamic limits approach, but it's not the sort of car you're going to throw down a The RX is a great way...
|...BEIJING, July 22 (Xinhua) -- China's market watchdog said that Toyota will recall 2,314 LEXUS RX300 in China as of July 28, due to some hidden safety troubles. A report released by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on Thursday said that these cars were...
|Review of RX300 from the Dave Dalton MA
During the rare moments when my wife lets me drive it, the smooth quiet ride provided by the RX300 reminds me why we bought it. The extended warranty offered with the CPO purchase in 2003 was not needed. After three years of ownership and 40k miles,...RX330 from the starforce
This cars has been awful to drive.I have had it in the shop than more than I have driven it . I have had the following problems
1. Defective passenger SRS
2. Continued problems with excessive steering wheel vibration
3. The Dashboards are defective...Lexus RX330 from the Carol
Carol, Medford NJ
I must say, oh my what an awesome SUV. I purchased the 4x4 of course(its an SUV why would someone wants a 4x2) with all the extras but no navigation. Was a bit turned off when I first saw the new RX. I had another RX300 (01) before...
|The Toyota Harrier is a mid-size crossover SUV manufactured by the Toyota Motor Corporation. It is the world's first mid-size crossover SUV. In North American markets, it is sold as the Lexus RX series (such as the RX 300, RX 330 and RX 350). It is based heavily on the Camry platform, which it shares with the Kluger/Highlander. The Harrier was introduced in Japan in 1997 and the RX 300 at the 1998 North American International Auto Show. It quickly became Lexus's best-selling model. It was one of the first crossover SUVs on the market and served as a model for following designs.
The first-generation Harrier (codename SXU10 and MCU10 for the front wheel drive models, and SXU15 and MCU15 for the four wheel drive models) made its debut in December 1997. Two engines were available, the 2.2 L 5S-FE I4 which produced 139 hp JIS (102 kW) and 191 Nm (140 ft·lbf), and the 3.0 L 1MZ-FE V6 which produced 219 hp JIS (161 kW) and 304 Nm (224 ft·lbf). Both engines could be specified with either front or four wheel drive. All models came with an automatic transmission as standard, with the V6 version having the Sportmatic /- feature. The Harrier was a sales success, and many went to other right hand drive markets in Asia as grey imports.