Lexus quietly released its 2016 model year pricing on its full lineup this week, including the redesigned RX crossover and its first-ever trio of turbocharged cars.
The 2016 RX350 will start at $42,840, a $930 increase over the third-generation model. Adding all-wheel-drive to this V-6 RX will run another $1,400.
At the top of the RX line is the new 450h F-Sport iteration, which starts at $57,985. Based on the success of the F-Sport throughout its lineup, Lexus made the combination of its hybrid RX and F-Sport package available for the first time in 2016.
All prices include a $940 destination charge.
The moves could be key for Lexus in the cutthroat U.S. luxury segment.