The Lexus RX has been around since 1998 and has stuck to the same basic concept of a compact to midsize crossover with a peppy engine, decent fuel economy, and luxury to boot. The RX’s first generation established the vehicle’s reputation as a swanky alternative to larger, body-on-frame SUVs. Bowing out in 2003 after a mild facelift in 2000, the RX moved into its second generation. The same story continued, with the then new RX’s debut in 2004, a refresh in 2007, and exit in 2009. Lastly, the third generation came about in 2010 with a refresh in 2012. Now two years afterward, the 2014 RX 350 still looks relevant though it’s appearance is much more subtle than other, more recent Lexus products.