2004 LEXUS RX330 (PREMIUM LUXURY)Vehicles Ikeja 579 views
|Lexus Model||RX 330|
- Air conditionar
- Alloy Wheels
- AM/FM Radio
- Anti-Lock Brakes
- CD Player
- Electric Mirrors
- Electric Windows
- Reverse camera
- Roof Rack
- Security System
- Wheel Locks
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FOREIGN USED 2004 LEXUS RX330 (PREMIUM LUXURY)
Best Buy, Fabric Interior, Remote Key Entry, V6 Engine, Good Mileage, Extremely Clean Interior and Exterior, DutyPaid
2004 Lexus RX 330 review:
Just when you think there’s nothing new under the sun, the 2004 Lexus RX330 has a unique gadget to impress.
It’s a rear-view camera that provides a televised fish-eye scene of what’s behind you while you’re backing up. Using the dashboard screen of the GPS navigation system, it’s something that could help you avoid squishing the neighbor’s dog or backing into a tree.
The RX300 was the original car-based crossover SUV vehicle, and it set the stage for a burgeoning new segment in the auto industry. Revamped for 2004, the RX330 is bigger and more richly equipped, the better to face the throng of high-end competition.
As Toyota’s luxury division, Lexus shares the reputation for quality and reliability.
Here’s a sweet new version of the vehicle that started the rush toward car-based crossover SUVs. A continuation of the original, the new styling is more sharp and angular, the interior has a European flare and the driving feel is more substantial.
Engine and transmission
The 3.3-liter V-6 is small but powerful, putting out 230 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. That’s up from last year’s 3-liter engine with 220 horsepower and 222 pound-feet.
Despite weighing nearly two tons, the RX330 accelerates briskly. The engine never feels harsh, and highway performance is silky-smooth. Engine response is enhanced by variable valve timing with intelligence, which electronically controls valve lift and duration.
Handling and drivability
The RX330 has a ride that’s firm and solid, more so than the last RX. The new version handles sharply, with the rack-and-pinion steering that’s precise and better weighted.
Electronics help out here as well, with Vehicle Stability Control, which helps control loss of traction in corners. The tester bore a load of options, including self-leveling air suspension with height control.
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