Lexus says its refreshed RX lineup will start at $44,950.
The company noted the RX450h will be more than $2,000 less than the model it replaces.
The Canadian-built SUV has new interior and exterior enhancements, explained Larry Hutchinson, director of Lexus in Canada.
Immediately recognizable by the new Lexus signature spindle grille, the RX also sports arrowhead LED daytime running lamps, redesigned fog lamp bezels, and a new front bumper. At the rear, the RX now wears a new tail lamp design that repeats the arrowhead styling, while a number of new wheel finishes are also available.
Lexus has also enhanced the interior, with a new steering wheel design, revised air conditioning controls, an improved centre console box and more.
Hybrids account for one out of every five Lexus vehicles sold and the RX 450h has contributed to these sales. The RX 450h has many new technology upgrades available including the new, second generation Lexus Remote Touch controller for controlling navigation and other systems, enhanced audio systems and upgraded gauges.
The RX 350 may be ordered with an available F Sport package, which features: unique 19” wheels; a unique interpretation of the Spindle Grille; a black leather interior with aluminum sport pedals, silver trim accents, plus F Sport steering wheel, shift knob and scuff plates; front and rear lateral dampers; unique suspension tuning; an eight-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and more.
Pricing will break down as follows:
RX 350: $44,950
RX 450h: $56,750 ($2,950 less than the model it replaces)
RX 350 F Sport: $57,900