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all new 2020 Lexus Rx Minor changes for 2020 — The RX has been a trendsetter since it first turned a wheel for the 1999 model year, and the current fourthgeneration model is no different. Passengers in the RX 350 and RX 450h hybrid are treated to cabins with plenty of rear-seat room and space for their gear. You can also opt for the extended-length RX 350L that adds a two-place thirdrow seat. Lexus stretched the RX by more than four inches to make this happen, making this option very kid friendly. The RX 350’s V-6 produces 295 horsepower, while an eight-speed automatic transmission directs power to the front wheels or, optionally, all four. The all-wheeldrive RX 450h hybrid functions with Vehicle SpecS Base price (incl. destination): $45,450 (RX350); $48,600 (RX 350L) Type: Front- /all-wheel-drive wagon Engine (h.p.): 3.5-liter V-6 (295); 3.5-liter V-6 with electric assist (308) Transmission: Eight-speed automatic; continuously variable (RX 450h) Drivetrain: Front- /all-wheel-drive Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 20/27/23 (RX 350, FWD) Base weight (lb.): 4,220 a 259-horsepower V-6, but combined with three electric motors/ generators, it makes 308 horsepower. An optional F Sport trim package’s suspension constantly adjusts the dampers according to road and driving conditions. For 2020, all RX models receive new touch-screens and slight modifications to the front and rear styling.