Lexus RX Please help me decide which 3rd gen RX350!

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All RX350s w/comfort and premium w/NAV
$24,500 out the door

#1 - 2013 w/68k miles. Certified. FWD Every service from Day 1 performed at Lexus dealership.
Seller: Lexus dealer where originally purchased. 4 hours away
[love the complete service records]

#2 - 2015 w/62k miles. Not certified. FWD
Seller: Luxury used car dealer
[advantages is 2 years newer and local seller - I'm assuming we can get them down from 25.5 to 24.5]

#3 - 2013 w/48k miles. Not Certified. AWD
Seller: Lexus dealer 1 hour away
[advantages AWD and 20k fewer miles]

I have a strong preference but DW isn't sure.
Thank you
 

Trexus

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I would also pick #1 as well. Good luck and look forward to any pictures. The RX is a great vehicle.
 

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If you don't need AWD, I would pick #1 as well. We drove a 2013 46k miles. Flawless service. Certification with the complete record of Lexus service would tip the scale for me.
 
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#2 - out of the running - guy was kind of a d|@<

#3 - sold to someone else! The nerve of some people.

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#4 - 2011 w/98k miles. $16.2 OTD. FWD - Immaculate service records from 2 owners - no damage
seller: Ford dealer
[perhaps a good budget alternative. Save $9,000 in exchange for 30k miles]

#5 - 2015 w/69k miles. $24.4 OTD - AWD - Immaculate service records all at Lexus - 20yr/200k mile warranty (Nationwide Warranty Services)
seller: Chevy Dealer
[as compared to #1 I lose certification but gain AWD]
 
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I'd go with #5 just because the 2014-15 RXs featured Siri Eyes-Free. You can hold down the off-hook (answer) button on the steering wheel and give commands to text people, read emails, play specific music, etc. Really convenient on longer drives.
 
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