List prices start at around £40,000 for the RX 200t in base 'S'-spec form, a car which comes only with two-wheel drive. If you want drive to all four wheels in your RX 200t, you'll need the mid-range 'Luxury' variant, which is available for around £45,000, plus there's a 'Sport' model on offer for just under £50,000. As we've been saying though, most potential buyers will want the full-hybrid RX 450h petrol electric version. Here, 4WD is standard across the range and prices start from around £47,000 for the base 'SE' model, rising through the 'Luxury' and 'F Sport' trim levels most will want to the top-of-the-range 'Premier' derivative that'll set you back around £58,000. That's still decent value though, compared to notable rivals like BMW's X5, Mercedes' GLE and the Range Rover Sport.
Buyers choose between the standard five-seat model or the alternative 'RX L' seven-seat variant. All RX models, as you'd expect, are very well equipped. Across the range, you'll find standard features like dual-zone climate control, rear privacy glass heated front seats, the Lexus Navigation system with an eight-inch display screen, a nine-speaker audio set-up with DAB, a reversing camera, LED headlamps, roof rails and dual chrome-tipped exhausts. Hybrid versions get full-leather upholstery and powered seats.