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About Lexus RX300

The Lexus RX is a mid-size crossover SUV launched in 1998 for the 1999 model year, with RX standing for "Radiant Crossover." Lexus RX300 auto parts provided all-wheel drive and generous cargo capacity without the usual SUV pitfalls of poor handling and fuel economy. RX300 body parts were built on a unibody chassis and designed to have a drag coefficient of 0.36. Vehicle Stability Control, originally an optional stability feature, became standard in 2000.