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Hier ein sehr ausführlicher Bericht mit Video, fast 1 Stunde, ziemlich positiv bis auf den schlechten Abrollkomfort oder Federungskomfort bei kurzen Unebenheiten (hoffentlich nur beim F-Sport).


Hier das Video vom selben Tester auf Deutschen Englisch :D

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BMW X5 vs Lexus RX vs Mercedes-Benz GLE

In this comparison, we take a look at the BMW X5 xDrive40e, a Lexus RX 450h and a Mercedes-Benz GLE 350d. Okay, so that last one is actually a diesel and not a hybrid, but Carwow probably couldn’t get all three in hybrids at the same time. We get it, that’s the nature of the business sometimes.


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Im Test: Lexus RX450h F-Sport

Oh ja, es ist möglich, den Lexus um die Ecken zu prügeln, aber das macht man nicht, weil es sich irgendwie nicht gehört, und Freude bereitet es auch nicht. Man sitzt hoch im RX450h, ungefähr auf dem Level eines Mitsubishi Pajero oder Range Rover. Auf BMW X3 und Audi Q5 blickt man herab. Allein die VW Busse und Lkws haben noch mehr Aussicht. Dieses Merkmal und die Souveränität des Fahrens sind das Erfolgsrezept, nicht die Maximaldynamik.


Das ändert dennoch nichts an den Qualitäten des Lexus RX450h. Er ist gelassen und macht gelassen, und wie bei einer Yacht ist es am schönsten, wenn man segelt.


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CAR Comparison: The Lexus RX 450h vs. Volvo XC90 vs. Audi Q7

There is no ignoring this car. From the enormous ‘spindle’ grille to the exaggerated crease lines, planed-off wheelarches and extended overhangs, the RX is making a hell of a statement – and although exactly what it’s supposed to be saying isn’t necessarily clear, it’s certainly good at attracting attention. People quite literally stop and stare, and while this patently isn’t always in appreciation, there is still an aura of considered discernment. It’s an alternative choice, but also obviously premium.
But I find myself drawn to the Lexus. The interior is individual, exceptionally high quality and – once you acclimatise – remarkably pragmatic; it provides comfort without sloppiness, goes as quickly as most will ever require, and I like seeing that little EV light come on, no matter how short the periods. The styling is divisive, and it won’t be for everyone, but the RX450h is – surprisingly – the SUV from this trio I’d most like to put on my drive.



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