The RX is one of the most iconic additions to Lexus' SUV segment.

Known as one of his most reliable cars in its class, the RX is one of his pioneers in the luxury crossover market.

Additionally, the Lexus RX 400h played a key role in kickstarting the hybrid revolution.

The new 2023 RX has been redesigned from the ground up seven years later and boasts a long list

of impressive features including best-in-class fuel efficiency and up to 367 horsepower

However, the above-average base MSRP may not be justifiable for many buyers on a budget, so opt for pre-owned.

Without further ado, let's take a look at the Lexus RX's worst year

its reliability and durability, and everything you need to know before buying one on the used market.

According to his website for Car Complaints, the 2007 model RX has the most complaints registered.

One of the most reported issues is dashboard cracking.

The owner reports that the dashboard has cracked and is slowly deteriorating.

The owner reports that the dashboard has cracked and is slowly deteriorating.

The issue appears to stem from cheap materials and a manufacturing defect

Lexus has not implemented a recall to address the issue. On average, owners noticed cracks after about 60,000 miles.