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Currently in its third generation, the RX series has comprised both front- and four-wheel drive configurations and offered several gasoline powertrain options. Lexus fitted original RX series from 1998 with a 3.0-liter V6 engine and marketed this model as the "RX 300". In 2005, a hybridized gasoline-electric version of the 3.3-liter second generation model was made available as the "RX 400h" in export markets and as the "Harrier Hybrid" in Japan. For the third and current iteration released in 2009, Lexus initially offered both "RX 350" (3.5-liter V6) and "RX 450h" (3.5-liter V6 hybrid) models, with an entry-level "RX 270" (2.7-liter inline-four) offered since 2010 in some Asian markets.
Chevrolet Traverse: Chevrolet has been known for its cool and modern designs for almost 50 years now. Building a cool bulky vehicle like an SUV is a challenge that a lof car makers have seemed to have abandoned. Well.Chevrolet have stayed true to their tradition in this challenging market with Chevrolet Traverse - a very stylish 7-seater SUV that comes with a strong 3600cc V6 engine - a formidable engine that can compete with any SUV on the road today.
The retro-style SUV was first introduced by Toyota as a concept car in the year 2003. The first sale of Toyota FJ Cruiser was made in 2006. With much advancement in technology, this great SUV adopted a new style and was reborn in 2008. The 2008 FJ Cruiser offers several standard safety features, including dual front airbags and also second-row side curtain airbags.
Audi Q5: Audi's Q series has also made quite a mark on the 2012 SUV market. Its Q5 has apparently won international recognitions and accolades on many top 10 lists around in the internet. Whilst this vehicle was mainly designated for city driving, the powerful 2000cc turbocharged engine is capable enough to handle the most challenging driving environments.
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