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The Lexus RX gains a much-needed third row seat

Even more space for the popular crossover.
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Lexus' best-selling RX crossover is about to grow its market domination with an even larger model that adds a third row. Available in a six or seven seat configuration, the RX L will be available in their 350 or 450h models, which adds an extra 4.3 inches to the body. This allows for a 40/20/40 setup for the seven seater model, bringing even more versatility and cargo space when you need it. 

You can also get a six-seater specification that has captain's chairs in the second row for even easier entry into the third row. As for power, the 350L will have a 3.5L V6 that produces 290-hp and 264 lb-ft of torque and a 450hL Hybrid model with all-wheel-drive that couples the same 3.5L V6 with their Hybrid Drive system for added efficiency.

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