My guess would be either the first gen rx300 or the most recent gen rx350 because they have the most ground clearance. Not sure how they all compare with locking diffs, gearing, wheel articulation, low end torque, etc since I only own the first gen.
Second question: is the RX a lot worse off road than the LX and GX or are they close?
By Trevor Catt
I have had the CEL and VSC lights come up a few times on my Wife's RX350 a few times. The first time I took it to the stealer, and they charged me $80 to clear it and tell me that it wasn't covered under engine warranty, and sometimes they just pop up for no reason.
So this time I used a reader ( available for $80 ) and read code P0354, Ign coil D. With a little googling, I found that D is the front center coil.
Ordered coil online for $45.
Now the best part, the how to:
1) Pop hood and remove engine cover. You simply grab on to it and pull it up. It just pops off.
2) Remove new part from box, so you know what you're looking for.
3) Locate problem coil.
4) Use 10mm socket to remove the only bolt on the coil.
5) remove wiring connection.
6) replace with new part.
Hi everyone, my car is RX 350 2013, it has some dents and scratches that I would like to fix them. Should I go for dealer or should I go around to shop for the price at the local body shop ? Normally how much to repaint the car? Thanks all :)
By Dan Z
I have (4) Like-New 18" Lexus OEM 74253 factory alloy-wheels, along with (4) Top-Rated & Barely-Used Michelin 235/60R18 Latitude X-Ice Xi2 Snow Tires.
And YES, having grown up in Buffalo, NY, along with our living in the snow-belt of NE Ohio for10+ years now, these snow tires are simply incredible, completely transforming the vehicle into a Fun-To-Drive (in the snow) attacking machine. So if you enjoy driving in the snow like I do, you'll actually look forward to snow........
Additionally, these tires ride & handle very well, while also being very quiet, & super long lasting, based upon my previous experience with another set of them on a Honda Odyssey. And yes, I got 8+ years out of that set.
And seeing how you need tires anyway, having a dedicated set of snow-tires has always made perfect sense to me, along with your greatly enhanced Safety & Peace of Mind.
Reason for selling: Shortly after we purchased this very expensive set of tires & wheels (which retail for > $3,000), we purchased a winter home in extreme southern Texas. And seeing how we plan to sell our home here, we no longer have a need for them.
If interested, please call Dan @ 440-254-6504.
And if you'd like to see some photo's, this item is posted on Craigslist, or I can email them to you.