Lexus UK Launches RX 450h SE-I Winter Edition

Lexus RX 450h SE-I Edition from UK

Lexus UK has launched a new winter SE-I package for the RX 450h — here’s a breakdown of the features:

  • Special specification for Lexus RX 450h SE-I with package of practical accessories
  • Exterior elements include roof rails, front and rear under-runs and rear bumper protector
  • Interior features include cool/hot storage box and boot liner
  • Value of accessories £1,500 but price premium to customers over standard SE-I model just £499
  • Available to order now, from £48,899

Sounds like a great package all round, and I’m really liking the look of the RXh with front bumper underguard. It always surprises me how much difference one small change can make.

[Source: Lexus UK]


Comments

  1. Like this very much.
  2. the question is..can one order this in the states...why does the US get screwed out of everything good. I really wish I could fly to japan and hand pick my 450H out! Krew do you have a source for more pictures?
  3. Ugh, I really hate such silver bumper guard plates (unless on a Land Rover G4), doesn't fit the brand at all.
  4. Very practical package,and personally I think it looks better the roof rails.
  5. I am confused why the largest volume market does not even have an option to have these itmes----to me LEXUS could benefit from more of these in the future-----let's drive more volume where we can with such small additions or oprtions---I think the public would be very accepting of these items----
  6. Its not an off road vehicle so looks like a ballerina in football boots, fairly pointless and ineffective. Its a copy cat strategy to add freebies to the car but generally pointless ones that are not for everyday use. I do think Lexus suffer from marketing lack of strength, very corporate still and fairly sterile. I like the cars but they still have 70s hangover designs especially with switch labelling and its easy to spot Toyota in every single model.
  7. Joshd wrote:the question is..can one order this in the states…why does the US get screwed out of everything good. I really wish I could fly to japan and hand pick my 450H out!
    Krew do you have a source for more pictures?
    I haven't seen anything so far, but I'll keep an eye out.
  8. Steve wrote:Its not an off road vehicle so looks like a ballerina in football boots, fairly pointless and ineffective. Its a copy cat strategy to add freebies to the car but generally pointless ones that are not for everyday use. I do think Lexus suffer from marketing lack of strength, very corporate still and fairly sterile. I like the cars but they still have 70s hangover designs especially with switch labelling and its easy to spot Toyota in every single model.
    It's a just bumper protector, so I'm not sure functionality really needs to come into it. It's not like Lexus added a winch. As for your design comments -- well, different strokes for different folks. 8-)