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On Cars – On the road: Lexus RX350 F Sport

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The Lexus RX gets a big revamp for 2016, yet stays stubbornly in the past in some curious ways. Brian Cooley drives it and checks the tech.

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  • Abdullah Faisal
    May 11, 2016


  • PussMag
    May 11, 2016

    the best SUV to have in these days are all Lexus, they have all kind of SUVs, GM and Ford doesn't come anywhere near Lexus, unless you are TOWING

  • Omar Ibrahim
    May 11, 2016


  • Yathuprem S
    May 11, 2016

    Wow interior and exterior looks good.. REALLY good !!

  • BigHeadClan
    May 11, 2016

    Ah I've missed Cooley hope he does more videos for Roadshow, although
    some of the new reviewers they've had are pretty good.

  • Kongolox
    May 11, 2016

    reupload? or was part from the last cnet on car..? 😮

  • The YouTube Critic
    May 12, 2016

    I love Cooley, but why does he keep despising the Lexus puck controller? I test-drove an RX350 a couple years ago, and it was the best non-touchscreen interface I've ever used. It's like using a mouse on a computer, but better because of the haptic feedback. I never had any of those "overshooting" issues that he describes. Oh yeah and I'm left-handed too, so that was all done with my non-dominant right hand.

  • iTeachLexus
    May 12, 2016

    Great video, although the remote touch toggle is seriously a breeze once you practice with it and far superior to the competition.

  • gee gass
    May 12, 2016

    Terrible gas mileage .Why ?????????????????????????????????

  • Alberto Candelario
    May 13, 2016

    Cooley i have used the controller also get over it its not that bad lol…. keep up the good work love your videos and reviews.

  • Joey vazzo
    May 13, 2016


  • anthonylm
    May 15, 2016

    The engine on the 16' RX has both direct and port injection.

  • James Gordon
    May 16, 2016

    Unsatisfactory Vehicle

    Auto reviewers have done great work in the past reporting on the strengths and weaknesses of the offerings from vehicle manufacturers which has led to vastly improved products, safety, and owner satisfaction.

    But it is time for all auto reviewers to face the new reality. Climate change is already impacting the biosphere and the Paris accord does not go far enough to stop it. The ability to make a gradual transition to renewables in the transportation sector died over 12 years ago when GM, aided and abetted by the oil industry, killed the EV1.

    Now only a global mobilization effort to reducing CO2 emissions has any prospect of slowing the temperature increases that are already resulting in; more frequent and more extreme weather events, droughts, bleaching of the coral reefs and the locking-in of further sea level rises that will flood coastal communities and making many of them uninhabitable.

    All sectors need to contribute to CO2 reductions, but the sector with the most immediate opportunities for significant reductions is the transportation sector. And in this sector, auto manufacturers and their reviewers cannot totally shield themselves from responsibility by pointing to the oil & gas sector. After all, it is the internal combustion automobile that converts fossil-fuels to CO2.

    Only plug in (battery and plug-in hybrid) autos should receive satisfactory ratings and the highest points should be given to all-electric driving range and the suitability of each vehicle for various climate conditions. All other light duty vehicles should be rated as unsatisfactory products that are dangerous to the biosphere.

    This will take courage and the self-realization that it is the only moral and ethical path forward. To do otherwise is for auto reviewers to seal their fate as finding themselves the modern day versions of tobacco salesmen.

    For all of us, and for future generations, it is hoped that auto reviewing criteria will fundamentally change. Time has run out.

  • James Nielson
    May 18, 2016

    This is one of those designs we will look back at in 20 years and wonder what the hell they were thinking when they designed this car. The interior is only marginally better.

  • Junie B
    May 27, 2016

    seems like nissan and lexis design language are starting to flirt with each other…but who's copying who?

  • molla
    June 1, 2016


  • Pito VH
    June 5, 2016

    nice!! 💪💪

  • abcdLeeXY
    July 26, 2016

    this guy is awesome!

  • Ubon94
    August 2, 2016

    nice car in and out but for 50k you could get xc90

  • Brian Lowtan
    March 7, 2017

    Cooley we missed you. Like other reviewers I love the controller and the design. I test drove this RX at the dealership and the ride is fantastic. Unfortunately price is alot but you get alot for your money. I guess I've to keep saving to get one since it's over $50k.

  • Tuan H
    April 9, 2017

    That car cost more than my house and its a duplex lol

  • Bravo tango Charlie
    May 29, 2017

    Festival of overshoots. Lol so true. Drove one as a loner car the other day.

  • Oivey2000
    July 11, 2017

    "A 3.5 liter V6 that doesn't use direct injection or a turbo" Cooley says. Wrong. From the Lexus site: "With a 3.5-liter V6 engine with direct and port fuel injection, the RX is specially tuned for fuel efficiency and low emissions".

  • Georgi Popov
    July 17, 2017

    It does use direct injection!

  • Desi FailVids
    July 17, 2017

    bendover like cnet style

  • Jamie
    December 21, 2017

    When you do the driving review can you not focus on how fast the transmission shifts and how fast the car can get to 60? The RX is not even designed for those things. You should focus on the attributes that the car is designed for. Why don’t you tell us how well the suspension dampens the bumps and uneven road surfaces. Does it send a boom to the cabin or is it eliminated. Does the cabin feel solid when going over rough surfaces. How does the engine sound. Does it sound refined? Is there vibration on the steering wheel while at idle with the ac on in drive. There are so many things you can talk about but instead you just talk about how it’s not a sporty SUV like the Porsche Cayenne for example or the BMW X3. I believe not everybody wants a SUV that rides like a washboard that’s hard and bumpy.

  • Calvin Guy
    April 12, 2018

    Btw it is now direct injection

  • Camilo Gomez Keep
    May 3, 2018

    I thought this was direct injected….

  • JELH
    July 28, 2019

    I like Cooley's reviews. They are fun to watch and informative. Also I wish Lexus had given the RX 350 a nice twin-turbo V6 400 hp engine. The 3.5 V6 was great in 2007, but competition has elevated the bar to new and higher levels and Lexus seems to be stuck in the past.

  • Mark Do
    July 8, 2020

    Great hwy though beautiful road. Don't know where…..thks

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