Will Drivers Find What They Want Among the 2017 Lexus RX 350 Standard Features?
If you’re in the market for a luxury crossover SUV that is loaded with amenities, you may wonder how the 2017 Lexus RX 350 standard features stack up against the competition. Will you get more for your money onboard a popular competitor like the 2017 Acura RDX?
We’ve performed a comparison between the base models of the Lexus RX 350 and Acura RDX lineups. Take a look—then visit us at Chicagoland Acura Dealers for a test drive!
In examining the offerings of the RX 350 and the RDX models side by side, it quickly becomes clear that the Acura RDX provides a variety of standard features that do not come standard onboard the Lexus RX 350—they are either not available at all or are only offered as optional, extra-cost upgrades.
Included among these, the RDX offers the following standard features that do not come standard for the Lexus RX 350:
- Two-driver memory settings for the locks, headlights, exterior mirrors, and driver’s seat (The Lexus RX 350 only provides memory settings for the locks and headlights and only offers these as an optional upgrade.)
- Power moonroof (only an optional, extra-cost upgrade in the RX 350)
- Speed-sensing interval windshield wipers (not available for the RX 350)
- Heated front seats (only an optional upgrade for the RX 350)
- Paddle shifters (not available for the RX 350 base model)
- Active head restraints (not available for the RX 350)
- Variable cylinder management (not available for the RX 350)
Take the Impressive Acura RDX for a Test Drive
As you can see, the 2017 Acura RDX delivers a variety of prime standard features that the Lexus RX 350 does not offer.
If you’re ready to experience the incredible Acura RDX for yourself, head into any Chicagoland Acura Dealers location today. A member of our team will be on hand to go over the various features and options for the RDX, answer any questions you may have, and then get you behind the wheel and out on the road for a test drive!