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The 2014 RX 350 maintains its segment leadership by evolving that original, much-copied formula. The 2013 model year brought a freshened design with the bold brand-signature spindle grille. The line also brought new driving pleasure with the RX 350 F SPORT model.
The RX 350 continues in front-wheel drive and all-weather drive models, along with the F SPORT exclusively with all-weather drive. Each is powered by the silken-smooth 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engine with 270 horsepower. The standard model (FWD and AWD) uses a six-speed automatic transmission while F SPORT uses eight-speed automatic transmission.
Convenience and ease of use make another leap in the 2014 Lexus RX 350 with the addition of available Siri Eyes Free Mode technology licensed from Apple. Compatible with the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 models forward,
The RX F SPORT is a special model, with an exclusive drivetrain and chassis tuning. It's the first RX model equipped with an eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, and it exhibits a greater appetite for the road with twist-spoke 19-inch wheels and F SPORT tuned suspension. The F SPORT is clearly the driver's RX 350, yet still a crossover that coddles passengers in quiet comfort.
The eight-speed transmission not only makes the RX 350 F SPORT more responsive, but also boosts
The F SPORT steps up the standard luxury by including all features from the Premium and Comfort Packages, which remain options for the standard model. The Premium Package equips the RX 350 with a perforated leather-trimmed interior, power moonroof, memory system for the driver's seat, outside mirrors and tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and more. The Comfort Package adds heated and ventilated front seats, High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps and rain-sensing wipers.
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