by dan4van on Apr 17, 2014 Vehicle: 2005 Lexus RX 330 Fwd 4dr SUV (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
Nothing but issues with the Transmission slip,jerks,jumps. My biggest complaint is that my Lexus RX 330 doesn't no what gear to use. Now it started to make that whinning noise. My lexus only has 74000 miles and it's done. I am more that unhappy with Lexus so much money for a LEMON. Yes it's been pampered all of its life and still give me problems. LEXUS NEVER AGAIN.
by goldie20 on Nov 2, 2013 Vehicle: 2005 Lexus RX 330 AWD 4dr SUV (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
This car has been a dog since the day I got it 8 years ago.
From the beginning, the car refused to accelerate.
"Give it time to learn your driving habits," the dealership told me.
It has made an awful, grating, metallic noise every 10 starts or so right from the beginning.
Dealership has been unable to diagnose why.
Finally, a brake sensor has broken 3 times at a cost to replace of $300 each time.
This on a car with 40K miles. I make it my mission to make sure no one I know ever buys a Lexus.
What a disgrace.
by 1summerred on Oct 24, 2013 Vehicle: 2005 Lexus RX 330 AWD 4dr SUV (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
I really do love this vehicle.
I wasn't even in the market for a Lexus. I have owned 3 Toyota 4-Runners in the past and was looking for another 4-Runner when I found my Lexus gem. I was looking in the $15K price range and wanted leather interior and 4 wheel drive.
I was not able to find a 4-Runner that met these needs in my price range.
I haphazardly saw the Lexus RX330 at a dealer lot,
test drove it and fell in love.
It didn't hurt that it only had 65k miles and was $15K with more bells and whistles than what I was originally looking for. I wont buy anything else.
I also had a great dealership to work with which helped immensely.
The power rear hatch is now standard on all models, as is wood and leather trim for the shift knob and steering wheel. The power passenger seat is upgraded from four-way to eight-way while the optional navigation system gets Bluetooth capability and voice actuated control. Last year's standard six-disc CD changer moves to the options list, making way for a standard single-CD setup.