Base Front-wheel Drive
2006 Lexus RX 330

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Engine Engine 3.3LV-6
MPG MPG 19 City / 25 Hwy
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2006 RX 330 Overview

The Lexus RX 330 excels at smoothness.It rides more quietly than most cars, not to mention most SUVs.It glides over bumpy roads.It's very easy to drive with light steering and excellent brakes.Its airy cabin is luxurious and inviting.

And it offers the latest in technology: headlamps that swivel to help the driver see around corners, a rear-mounted camera that displays what's behind you on the dash-mounted navigation screen, a voice-activated hands-free telephone system that wirelessly links to your Bluetooth compatible cell phone, a cruise control system that can adjust for changes in traffic, and a giant sunroof.Even more important, it's equipped with the latest in passive safety features, including seven airbags.

With the RX series, Lexus pioneered the crossover style of SUV, based on a unibody car platform rather than a heavy-duty truck frame; and in the process set new standards for the modern luxury utility.Crossover utility vehicles offer better ride and handling than truck-based SUVs, but with more cargo room than a car, a better view over traffic and a sense of security from an elevated driving position.Granted, crossover vehicles offer neither the big towing capacity nor the off-road capability of a true truck.But the RX 330 handles gravel roads just fine and can tow up to 3500 pounds with the optional trailer package.

Redesigned for the 2004 model year, the RX 330 has been refined for 2006 with two-way power lumbar support for the front passenger seat, an LED glovebox lamp, and anti-theft headlamps.
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2006 RX 330 Overview

The Lexus RX 330 excels at smoothness.It rides more quietly than most cars, not to mention most SUVs.It glides over bumpy roads.It's very easy to drive with light steering and excellent brakes.Its airy cabin is luxurious and inviting.

And it offers the latest in technology: headlamps that swivel to help the driver see around corners, a rear-mounted camera that displays what's behind you on the dash-mounted navigation screen, a voice-activated hands-free telephone system that wirelessly links to your Bluetooth compatible cell phone, a cruise control system that can adjust for changes in traffic, and a giant sunroof.Even more important, it's equipped with the latest in passive safety features, including seven airbags.

With the RX series, Lexus pioneered the crossover style of SUV, based on a unibody car platform rather than a heavy-duty truck frame; and in the process set new standards for the modern luxury utility.Crossover utility vehicles offer better ride and handling than truck-based SUVs, but with more cargo room than a car, a better view over traffic and a sense of security from an elevated driving position.Granted, crossover vehicles offer neither the big towing capacity nor the off-road capability of a true truck.But the RX 330 handles gravel roads just fine and can tow up to 3500 pounds with the optional trailer package.

Redesigned for the 2004 model year, the RX 330 has been refined for 2006 with two-way power lumbar support for the front passenger seat, an LED glovebox lamp, and anti-theft headlamps.Hide Full Review