It’s based on the entry-level Luxury grade to which it adds a AUD $7,100 (USD $5,304) premium, and it’s available with the RX 300 Turbo, RX 350 V6 petrol and RX 450h hybrid. Pricing starts from AUD $81,351 (USD $60,773) for the base model, with all versions featuring black accents on the grille, fog lamp bezels, side mirror caps and rear bumper, and sit on 20″ black alloys.
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Normally reserved for higher grades, the 12.3-inch infotainment screen, color head-up display, Mark Levinson premium sound system and moonroof are all offered as standard on the SUV. Other premium features include the leather trim, heated and ventilated front seats, dual-zone climate control, wireless charger, Bluetooth, USB and AUX ports and keyless entry&go.
The new Lexus RX Crafted doesn’t cut back on driving assistance gizmos either. It packs the Lexus Safety System +, which includes autonomous emergency braking and pre-collision safety system with pedestrian detection. Also, the SUV gets a blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, reversing camera, radar active cruise control, bi-LED headlights, LED cornering lights and rain-sensing wipers.
The only optional extra announced by the Japanese automaker is the premium paint, priced at AUD $1,500 (USD $1,121).
Lexus RX 300 – AUD $81,351 (USD $60,773)
Lexus RX 350 – AUD $88,521 (USD $66,129)
Lexus RX 450h – AUD $97,260 (USD $72,658)