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I am also planning to get a 2007 rx350 but its mileage is 100k and costs around 15K. Plz suggest me from your drive experiance if its a worthy and good deal. Also did you find or think any major repair issues may need soon? Will appreciate your response.Report it
Firstly, and I was told this by the dealer as well, most of the issues they see with the 2007 RX350 is replacing the Rack and Pinion Steering. That's around $1500-$1800. Struts and alignment are probably in the $1200 range. Tires, brakes, etc. You get the idea. I am, however, finding that there are many squeaks and rattles to this car. More than I would expect for a luxury vehicle, even a 2007 with 70k miles. Its very common if you go on the Lexus forums. I now have what sounds to be a dashboard rattle, although I hear rattles from the seat belt area, rear door, center console, and whats probably the leather just rubbing together. Very annoying. Yes, you can just turn up the radio, but, that's not a fix. There are several Technical Service Information Bulletins released for this car including an Upper/Lower Windshield Tick Noise Make sure you drive the car for a while, preferably in different temperatures as I think some of the expanding and contracting is producing the noises as well. Good luck!Report it
I purchased a 2007 Lexus RX350 about the same time as you, but mine has more miles, 79,450. Looks like I'm fortunate that the previous owners treated the vehicle very gently. Due to my job, I have access to certain information, so I know the history of who owned the vehicle. We plan to drive this vehicle more than the previous owners, so I hope I don't encounter the same problems.Report it
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