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When the time comes to decide on the right SUV for you and your family to venture out around Cerritos, Long Beach, and West Covina, CA, you’ll have a lot of options to consider. But when style and luxury are important factors, you’re probably considering the Genesis GV80 vs. Lexus RX. These vehicles have a lot to offer, but to know which one is right for you, you’ll want to see how they differ!
At Norm Reeves Genesis of Cerritos, we’re here to help you along with your decision. We’ll compare the Genesis GV80 vs. Lexus RX, so you can see how these vehicles differ, and you’ll have the details you need to decide! Contact us today for more information.
There are quite a few differences with what’s under the hood between these two SUVs. The 2021 Genesis GV80 includes a 2.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that’s able to generate 300 horsepower and 311 lb-ft of torque. The Lexus RX 350 comes standard with a 3.5L V6, which maxes out at 295 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque.
If you’re looking for more power, the GV80 offers a 3.5L Twin Turbocharged V6 that can generate 375 horsepower and 391 lb-ft of torque. The RX doesn’t offer an additional engine option to increase the output.
These luxury SUVs offer quite a lot of technology within their respective cabins. The Genesis GV80 comes with a 14.5-inch high-resolution touchscreen display with a navigation system and HD Traffic. The Lexus RX, however, only features an 8-inch LCD screen standard.
Each SUV comes standard with connectivity features like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. These features will integrate your phone into the touchscreen, so you can have direct access to your texts, apps, contacts, media, and more, while out on the road!
The Genesis GV80 and Lexus RX each come outfitted with driver-assisting technology features. Each vehicle includes pre-collision systems and lane-keeping systems to ensure that your vehicle is in the right lane and you’re notified of a potential collision. Both vehicles also include adaptive cruise control systems, making it easy and relaxing during long highway treks.
However, the GV80 also includes the Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist and the Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist to help you avoid a potential side impact or lane incident. The Lexus RX doesn’t come standard with this feature, but can get something similar after an upgrade.
By now, you should be pretty familiar with what these luxury SUVs offer and how they differ. But while they each offer a lot to their respective drivers, it’s the Genesis GV80 that takes the lead in each of these crucial categories.
However, you can still learn more to be confident that the Genesis GV80 is right for your trips around Cerritos, Long Beach, and West Covina, California. Check out our GV80 reviews, or simply schedule your test drive with us at Norm Reeves Genesis of Cerritos!