Brand New 2020 Lexus RX uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 Lexus RX prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £7075 from our dealers. Our 2020 Lexus RX deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Lexus manufactures 14 model variants.

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E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 138 £62605 Save £7536
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 138 £54145 Save £6775
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 138 £55145 Save £6865
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 138 £56245 Save £6964
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £61705 Save £7455
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £61705 Save £7455
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £52705 Save £6645
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £54155 Save £6776
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £55255 Save £6875
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £55205 Save £6870
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £56655 Save £7001
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £57755 Save £7100
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £60705 Save £7365
E-CVT Petrol Hybrid 3.5h V6 313 SS 5 3.5 313 134 £60705 Save £7365
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Lexus RX

List prices start at around £40,000 for the RX 200t in base 'S'-spec form, a car which comes only with two-wheel drive. If you want drive to all four wheels in your RX 200t, you'll need the mid-range 'Luxury' variant, which is available for around £45,000, plus there's a 'Sport' model on offer for just under £50,000.

As we've been saying though, most potential buyers will want the full-hybrid RX 450h petrol electric version. Here, 4wd is standard across the range and prices start from around £47,000 for the base 'SE' model, rising through the 'Luxury' and 'F-Sport' trim levels most will want to the top-of-the-range 'Premier' derivative that'll set you back around £58,000.

That's still decent value though, compared to notable rivals like BMW's X5, Mercedes' GLE and the Range Rover Sport. All RX models, as you'd expect, are very well equipped. Across the range, you'll find standard features like dual-zone climate control, rear privacy glass heated front seats, the Lexus Navigation system with an eight-inch display screen, a nine-speaker audio set-up with DAB, a reversing camera, LED headlamps, roof rails and dual chrome-tipped exhausts.

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