There are nine trim levels in the gas-powered RX 350 lineup, namely FWD and AWD configurations of the Base, Premium, Premium+, and Luxury, as well as an AWD-only F Sport Handling. There are an additional five Lexus RX models in the all-AWD hybrid range. The basic Lexus RX specs on all trims include standard automatic LED headlights, 19-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and push-button start, leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, a ten-way power driver's seat, an eight-way power passenger seat, three-zone climate control, a leather-trimmed and power-adjustable steering wheel, ambient interior lighting, and a suite of driver assists that include adaptive cruise control, lane tracing, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.
A 9.8-inch touchscreen runs wireless phone mirroring and a 12-speaker audio system. Higher up in the range, you get a sunroof, 21-inch wheels, leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, a 14-inch infotainment touchscreen, wireless charging, a parking assistant, and a head-up display. Optional extras include a 21-speaker Mark Levinson audio system, a smartphone-based digital key, heated and ventilated rear seats, and hands-free automated parking.
No packages are available for the base car, only a list of standalone options such as a power sunroof ($1,350), park assistance with low-speed braking ($600), a trailering package ($160), and a wireless charger ($75). It's the same story for the Premium, but it gets access to more individual options than the base car, such as a surround-view monitor ($800), the 14-inch infotainment touchscreen and three-year Drive Connect trial ($1,105), a smartphone-based digital key ($275), a heated wood-and-leather steering wheel ($750), and a camera-based digital rearview mirror ($200).
The Premium+ has access to a panoramic sunroof ($500), upgraded LED headlights with washers and cornering lights ($1,565), a 21-speaker Mark Levinson audio system ($1,160), heated and ventilated rear seats ($680), 21-inch alloys ($1,640), and a head-up display ($900). The F Sport Handling has access to most of the options on the Premium+, except the climate-controlled rear seats, head-up display, and 21-inch wheels (the latter because it already has them as standard). Curiously, the audio-system upgrade costs $2,265 on this trim, around double the cost compared to the Premium+. The Luxury trim's extras are the same as those on the Premium+, except for the 21-inch wheels and head-up display, which it already comes standard with. How much you'll end up paying for your RX will depend on the number of option boxes you tick.