What Tires Are on a Lexus 2017 RX350?

In the luxury midsize SUV market, the Lexus RX350 ranks as one of the best. It’s easy to see why thanks to a great looking interior, spacious room for the driver and passengers, good power and impressive standard features.

With a 295-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine, the RX350’s tires need to be ready to handle that power and translate it into comfort and performance on the road. The AWD and FWD models are available with 18” and 20” tires as Original Equipment. The 235/65R18 and 235/55R20 options are found in Bridgestone’s Ecopia H/L 422 Plus and Michelin’s Premier LTX.

Both tires are in the Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season category, known for providing a stylish appearance, sophisticated comfort and all-season on-road traction. While the Bridgestone Ecopia H/L 422 Plus has not accumulated enough miles to be represented in our survey results, the Michelin Premier LTX is currently number one. It’s no wonder the tire is ranked as highly as it is, when it has the highest ratings in the following categories: wet traction, dry traction, winter traction and comfort. The tire also receives a good rating in treadwear performance.

Another popular, highly ranked tire in this category, is the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus. It receives high marks across the board, and is currently priced a little less than the Michelin. Designed to provide more miles and miles per gallon than its predecessor, the tire combines long treadwear and reduced rolling resistance while retaining year-round traction in dry, wet and wintertime conditions, even light snow.

When searching for your next set of tires, be sure to check out our consumer ratings and reviews to find a great match for how and where you drive your Lexus RX350.


Friday, March 2, 2018 by Joe Cook

Your article dated 4/26/17 states that the Bridgestone Ecopia H/L 422 plus have not accumulated enough miles to be represented in your survey results. Since this is now March 2018 can you compare these Bridgestone against the Michelin. What are the best tires for the 2018 RX350 ?
Monday, March 12, 2018 by Tire Rack Team

Joe Cook, there are still not a lot of reviews on this tire yet but what is there would indicate the Michelin Premier LTX is the better tire in all categories.

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