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Haibo’s

Lexus RX 350 2010

Base

4.89

(14 trips)

Pickup & return location
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Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Lexus RX 350 2010

Base

4.89

(14 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Haibo

5.0

Haibo

All-Star Host

603 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 19 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Haibo are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Haibo has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

By the early 1990s, Lexus had solidified its reputation as a builder of upscale luxury vehicles that appealed to those who prized a magic carpet ride over sports car handling dynamics. In keeping with that philosophy, the company rolled out the first luxury crossover SUV, the RX 300, in 1999. Meeting affluent consumers' increasing desire for sensibly sized SUVs that were easy to drive in suburbia and furnished to luxury sedan standards, the RX 300 was a home run for Lexus. Contributing to its success was its easygoing personality, upscale cabin, virtually silent powertrain and outstanding build quality. The next-generation RX (the 330) arrived for 2004, sporting more aggressive styling and a larger (3.3-liter) V6. Three years later, a more muscular V6 filled the engine bay, and the name changed to RX 350. Now in its sixth year, the second generation of Lexus' midsize crossover is nearing the end of its life cycle, yet it remains a strong choice in its segment. Like other luxury crossover SUVs, the 2009 Lexus RX 350 is based on a car platform, in this case the 2002-'06 Toyota Camry. As one may rightfully assume, this makes the RX 350 a serene highway cruiser, but not exactly an athlete. Still, the current RX can be a touch sporty if equipped with the available air suspension and 18-inch wheels. Acceleration, on the other hand, would make Carl Lewis grin, thanks to that potent 3.5-liter V6 transplant that Lexus performed a few years ago. Even when squaring off against more modern rivals, the 2009 Lexus RX 350 serves as a fine example of what a luxury crossover SUV should be. Yes, sportier competitors like the Acura MDX, BMW X5 and Infiniti FX35 are better choices if corner-carving handling dynamics are a top priority. And those needing third-row accommodations should check out the Cadillac SRX, Mercedes-Benz R350 or Volvo XC90. However, for consumers interested in a plush, convenience-laden five-passenger crossover, the RX 350 remains a worthy candidate.

Features

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Long-term car

Snow tires or chains

Toll pass

Guidelines

Absolutely no pet hair and no smoking. These 2 things are impossible to completely eliminate. Others will be allergic to pet hair and find smoke odor repulsive. If you intend to eat or drink (water is okay) inside the car, please add a cleaning fee. Need to get it professionally clean to get all the grease and sticky sweet drinks off.

Ratings and reviews

4.89

(9 ratings)

Reviews

Mark T.

MarkSep 20, 2021

Car was great and service was great. Would rent again from Haibo!

Max R.

maxAug 3, 2021

Great car host, great car!

Joseph W.

JosephJul 27, 2021

Worked with me last minute did not cancel on me. Made it work

Cory M.

CoryJul 18, 2021

Haibo was pleasant to deal with. Picked up the car without issue, clean outside and in with rubber floor mats. Car drove well, used as an extended test drive for an upcoming purchase. Premium auto so requires premium (91) gas. Would rent from again.

Vehicle Image

1 of 10

Lexus RX 350 2010

Base

4.89

(14 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Haibo

5.0

Haibo

All-Star Host

603 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 19 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Haibo are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Haibo has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

By the early 1990s, Lexus had solidified its reputation as a builder of upscale luxury vehicles that appealed to those who prized a magic carpet ride over sports car handling dynamics. In keeping with that philosophy, the company rolled out the first luxury crossover SUV, the RX 300, in 1999. Meeting affluent consumers' increasing desire for sensibly sized SUVs that were easy to drive in suburbia and furnished to luxury sedan standards, the RX 300 was a home run for Lexus. Contributing to its success was its easygoing personality, upscale cabin, virtually silent powertrain and outstanding build quality. The next-generation RX (the 330) arrived for 2004, sporting more aggressive styling and a larger (3.3-liter) V6. Three years later, a more muscular V6 filled the engine bay, and the name changed to RX 350. Now in its sixth year, the second generation of Lexus' midsize crossover is nearing the end of its life cycle, yet it remains a strong choice in its segment. Like other luxury crossover SUVs, the 2009 Lexus RX 350 is based on a car platform, in this case the 2002-'06 Toyota Camry. As one may rightfully assume, this makes the RX 350 a serene highway cruiser, but not exactly an athlete. Still, the current RX can be a touch sporty if equipped with the available air suspension and 18-inch wheels. Acceleration, on the other hand, would make Carl Lewis grin, thanks to that potent 3.5-liter V6 transplant that Lexus performed a few years ago. Even when squaring off against more modern rivals, the 2009 Lexus RX 350 serves as a fine example of what a luxury crossover SUV should be. Yes, sportier competitors like the Acura MDX, BMW X5 and Infiniti FX35 are better choices if corner-carving handling dynamics are a top priority. And those needing third-row accommodations should check out the Cadillac SRX, Mercedes-Benz R350 or Volvo XC90. However, for consumers interested in a plush, convenience-laden five-passenger crossover, the RX 350 remains a worthy candidate.

Features

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Long-term car

Snow tires or chains

Toll pass

Guidelines

Absolutely no pet hair and no smoking. These 2 things are impossible to completely eliminate. Others will be allergic to pet hair and find smoke odor repulsive. If you intend to eat or drink (water is okay) inside the car, please add a cleaning fee. Need to get it professionally clean to get all the grease and sticky sweet drinks off.

Ratings and reviews

4.89

(9 ratings)

Reviews

Mark T.

MarkSep 20, 2021

Car was great and service was great. Would rent again from Haibo!

Max R.

maxAug 3, 2021

Great car host, great car!

Joseph W.

JosephJul 27, 2021

Worked with me last minute did not cancel on me. Made it work

Cory M.

CoryJul 18, 2021

Haibo was pleasant to deal with. Picked up the car without issue, clean outside and in with rubber floor mats. Car drove well, used as an extended test drive for an upcoming purchase. Premium auto so requires premium (91) gas. Would rent from again.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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