2018 LEXUS RX350L VS. VOLVO XC90
When in the market for luxury vehicles, many buyers find themselves flocking to brands like Lexus and Volvo to enjoy top-of-the-line performance, a smooth ride, and comfort and convenience. Two popular cars in the lineup that often go head to head in buyers' minds are the 2018 Lexus RX350L and the  VOLVO XC90.  Let's see how the two stack up against each other. 

Luxury & Convenience
Both vehicles come with a driver memory seat option for an additional cost, but the XC90 also offers memory adjustment for the passenger side, adjusting both the seat and the side mirror. Both cars offer optional cornering lamps, which allow you to see farther up the road and provide better visibility around corners. Each vehicle can seat six passengers comfortably with ample cargo, though the Lexus provides drivers with a slight edge in seating versatility and third-row convenience. Both feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but the RX350L has a larger display, making it easier to view information.

Warranty
Volvo provides its vehicles with a three-year warranty for any faulty parts, materials, or workmanship. The warranty extends another three years for paintwork defects such as rust. You can extend these warranties for another two years for an additional charge. The powertrain warranty on all Volvos lasts four years or 50,000 miles.
You can enjoy a longer  BASIC WARRANTY  from Lexus that lasts four years or 50,000 miles and covers any defects in workmanship or parts as well as 12 months or 12,000 miles of wheel alignment. Lexus also provides a seven-year or 70,000-mile warranty and the option for an extended warranty that lasts eight years or 100,000 miles. 

Safety & Security
Both vehicles offer the top safety features you would expect from cars like Lexus and Volvo. The Volvo offers seat belts with height adjustability, but the Lexus offers more standard tech features, such as lane keeping assist technology. 
The  RX350L  and the XC90 both have child safety locks and a built-in, crash-worthy child booster seat. Other safety features available on both vehicles include automatic braking to allow you to reduce the impact of an accident, as well as brake assist in stopping your vehicle during a crash. Both are also equipped with standard driver and passenger front air bags, front side-impact air bags, driver knee bags, and side-impact head air bags. 
Other features you can expect to find on both vehicles included electronic stability control to prevent sliding, four-wheel drive, daytime running lights, rearview cameras, and crash mitigating brakes. These features ensure the maximum level of safety is achieved while you're on the road. 

Performance
The RX350L and XC90 both offer the option to upgrade to larger tires for drivers looking to use their vehicles for towing or handling rough roads. Even though both vehicles are powered by a V-6 engine, the XC90 gets a slower start than the RX350L.
Want to experience the power, performance, and luxury the 2018 Lexus RX350L has to offer? Come on down to your local dealership and take one for a  TEST DRIVE  today at Hennessy Lexus of Atlanta.