This fine luxury SUV is loaded with features and plush leather. The gets about 24 mpg city and 25 mpg highway. The navigation system is easy to use and read, and does a good job of finding alternate routes based on distance vs fastest route.
I really like the comfortable ride and quite comfort. The only time you really hear the engine is during extreme acceleration. The hybrid takes some getting used to, like when you "start" the engine and you only have a dash light to let you know it is even "running". Unless the gasoline engine starts, it doesn't even make it noise or vibration to let you know it has started.
Recommended for anyone who needs plenty of space and luxury, but also wants to use less gasoline.
I love this car. I can't imagine how I ever lived without it. It's got great get-up-and-go and it's excellent on gas. I love the NAV system and it just feels GOOD to drive it! No problems whatsoever. I would do it all over again.
Love my bybrid
2007 Lexus RX 400hwestjordan - West Jordan, UT01/31/2012
I was very skeptical of buying a hybrid, because I thought for sure I wouldn't get the performance and torque I am used to. In doing the math of how much money I would save on gas though, I decided I had no choice -- I wanted to give my family the luxury car amenities they had grown accustomed too, and I wanted to help with the gas budget. Since buying my 2007 Lexus 400h in December 2011, I have to say I've never been happier. Not only is the Lexus as luxurious as we expected, but the drive is amazingly familiar -- the hybrid never lags when I accelerate, and yet it is SO quiet because of the batteries being used at lower speeds/acceleration. My only complaint is the built in computer system has to be updated by the dealer, and was already out of date the day I bought it (i.e,, the GPS).