Japan

Lexus

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1st

Lexus RX (RX350)

Released date : 2009/ 1/19

body type

Sports Utility Vehicle

SUV

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Grade RX350_version L_Air suspension RX350_AWD RX350_2WD
Model type
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weight
Model type DBA-GGL16W-AWTGK DBA-GGL15W-AWTGK DBA-GGL10W-AWTGK
Curb mass(kg) 1980 1940 1870
Dimensions Length(mm) 4770 4770 4770
Width(mm) 1885 1885 1885
Height(mm) 1690 1690 1690
Wheelbase(mm) 2740 2740 2740
Engine Engine code 2GR-FE 2GR-FE 2GR-FE
Engine type V6-cylinder, DOHC V6-cylinder, DOHC V6-cylinder, DOHC
Displacement(cm3) 3456 3456 3456
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm 206/280/6200 206/280/6200 206/280/6200
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are GGL16W, GGL15W, GGL10W.
The Lexus RX 350 was launched in January 2009 in Japan as a CUV (crossover utility vehicle) under the Lexus brand. The RX series had been introduced to the North American market in March 1998 as a new genre of crossover vehicle, and enjoyed enormous success. Although the Lexus RX 350 was the third-generation model, it was the first to be marketed in Japan under the Lexus brand, the first- and second-generation models having been marketed in Japan in 1998 and 2003, respectively, under the Toyota Harrier name.

Following the release of the RX 350 with a V6 3.5-liter engine (2GR-FE) in January 2009, the RX 450h hybrid with a V6 3.5-liter engine (2GR-FXE) was introduced in April, followed by the RX 270 with a 2,700 cc, inline 4-cylinder engine (1AR-FE) in August 2010.

The RX 350 and the RX 450h offered a choice between all-wheel-drive and front-engine, front-wheel-drive (FF) layouts, while only an FF configuration was available with the RX 270. The body dimensions were the same for all three models at 4,770 mm in length, 1,885 mm in height, 1,690 mm in width, and a wheelbase of 2,740 mm.
Plant Miyata plant(Toyota Motor Kyushu,Inc.)
"RX" stands for "Radiant Crossover (X)."

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