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The Most Common Lexus RX Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Lexus RX. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the RX

The RX is a luxury crossover SUV sold by Lexus, Toyota's luxury subsidiary, since 1998.

Initially introduced in Japan as the Toyota Harrier in late 1997, export sales began in March 1998 as the Lexus RX in the USA.

Power and fuel economy culminate in dynamic engine performance when equipped with a dual Variable Valve Timing with an Intelligence system.

The Adaptive Variable Suspension, which is only available on F SPORT versions, helps reduce body lean during bends and increases overall ride comfort.

The RX Hybrid series combines a V6 engine with powerful electric motors to provide a thrilling 308 total system horsepower. According to the manufacturer, you can "enjoy quick torque delivery, AWD performance, and an estimated 30-MPG combined".

Since its introduction, the RX has been assembled in Toyota Motor Kyushu. The RX and RX Hybrid was the first Lexus models to be manufactured outside of Japan. North American market versions were made at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada factory in Cambridge, Ontario, beginning in 2003 (RX) and expanding in 2014.

Driver and passenger front airbags were standard, as were front seat-mounted side torso airbags, anti-lock brakes, side-impact door beams, daytime running warning lights, and five headrests.

Vehicle Stability Control, an electronic stability software, was available as an option when the RX 300 was introduced, but it became standard in 2000.

Lexus released the RX 330 "Thundercloud Edition" in the United States in January 2005, with a chrome horizontal-slatted grille, unique 5-spoke 18" alloy wheels, and black Bird's Eye Maple wood trim.

You can cross-reference them with our explanations after identifying them in our visual guide using the guidance on this page.