San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2012
Sold from 1999-2003, the RX 300 was a Lexus crossover SUV, consisting of two generations; one compact generation and two categorized as mid-size. Although it is currently out of manufacture, the vehicle has enjoyed long-term popularity, as Edmunds.com notes by saying, “Lexus knows what its customers like and seldom slips up when it introduces a new model. This solid competence was exemplified by the company's RX 300 luxury midsize SUV. As one of the first entries in the crossover luxury SUV segment, the RX provided a high seating position, available all-wheel drive and generous cargo capacity but without the typical truck-based SUV side effects of poor fuel economy and a stiff ride.”
Because of this solid fuel economy, the RX 300 was marketed as a car for long road trips, and that, combined with the fact that it is no longer in active manufacture, means that finding parts for lexus rx 300 can be a hassle. Most consumers do not want to spend the money to buy a new part, or, worse, an entirely new vehicle. What should drivers like this do when a part breaks in a beloved RX 300?
The classic solution is to buy a quality, tested, used part, and TLS Auto Recycling is here to meet that need. TLS Auto Recycling has established itself as an integral part of the green movement by requiring that all parts undergo a rigorous in-house test, and shoppers can save up to 60% on OEM parts for their RX 300s. Why look to any solution other than TLS Auto Recycling for a used RX 300 part?