The 2020 Lexus NX and RX are fan favourites for a reason. From their perfect compact SUV size to their luxury tech features, what’s not to love about the Lexus NX and Lexus RX? If you’re on the market for one of them, you may wonder what the differences are in the 2020 NX and 2020 RX. Luckily, we’ve created a handy infographic and breakdown of the 2020 Lexus NX vs RX. Check it out below.
 
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Performance

The 2020 NX offers an I-4 2 litre engine, with standard 6-speed automatic transmission. The 2020 RX comes with a V-6 3.5 litre engine, plus 8-speed automatic transmission.
 
Fuel efficiency is optimized in the 2020 NX, with a combined 9.7 L/100km using recommended premium unleaded fuel. In the 2020 RX, expect a combined 10.8 L/100km with recommended regular unleaded fuel.
 
The towing capacities make up one of the largest differences between the two models, with the 2020 NX maxing out at 907 kg, while the 2020 RX can tow up to 1585 kg.
 

Features

The 2020 NX exclusively offers LED front fog lights, voice activated audio controls inside, and comes with manual rear cargo door access. Additionally, you will get a rear seat folding ratio of 60-40.
 
The 2020 RX comes equipped with rain detecting wipers, a 1st row sunroof, a remote start engine, and a powered rear cargo door. Plus, this newest RX model offers a blind spot monitor warning for added safety. As for rear seat folding, you’ll get a ratio of 40-20-40.
 

Price

The base MSRP for the all-new 2020 NX starts at $44,150 due to the smaller engine and towing capacity. However, it’s still packed with innovative technology and offers highest fuel efficiency.
 
The 2020 RX starts out at a base MSRP of $56,050. The price increase includes a higher performing engine, a larger towing capacity, more flexibility with rear seat folding, as well as the long list of added tech and safety accessories.
 
Whether you choose the 2020 Lexus NX or the 2020 Lexus RX, you’ll experience all the luxury that Lexus has to offer. Have more questions about the new 2020 NX or 2020 RX? Let us know below.
 
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