The venerable Lexus RX, the brand's top seller, proves solidly built, smooth, comfortable, and very reliable. Cargo capacity is right at the top of the compact luxury CUV segment, and in RX 450h trim, fuel efficiency is remarkable. What's more, customer service at Lexus dealerships usually eclipses the one you're going to get with German makes.
I ran out of room in the sub-header... 2x3 cylinders; drag coefficient of 0.33; and then there's the name: GT3. The letters GT stand for Grand Touring, but where does the "3" fit in, other than somehow perfectly tying itself in with the 911 GT3's specs?