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2017 Lexus NX reviews

Published on August 31 2017

The 2017 Lexus NX features one of the most recognizable designs in its segment, and that has allowed it to stand out against competitors who, although have a lot to offer, don’t seem to stand out in any shape or form from a design stand point. With crisp, sharp lines that are both refined and aggressive, the 2017 Lexus NX is a real head-turner.

It also happens to offer an upscale interior built with high-quality, luxurious materials, and it also features quite a lot of interior space for a vehicle that is so agile in the city. With 500 liters of space with all seats in place, and 1,545 liters with the rear seats folded flat, the 2017 Lexus NX has the versatility to match its design.

It’s no wonder, then, that so many outlets and automotive experts have given the 2017 Lexus NX rave reviews since it launched a few years ago.

Here are just a few 2017 Lexus NX reviews that show why Lexus’ new entry-level SUV should be on your shopping list.

In our crossover-crazed times, there is no shortage of choices among compact SUVs, including those with a luxury bent. The NX is both a cost-effective and trendy path to Lexus ownership, and it’s proving to be a popular entry in the brand’s lineup. In 2016, 54,884 NX crossovers were sold in the U.S., roughly half the sales of its more established and larger stablemate, the RX, but 17,595 more than Lexus’s smallest sedan, the IS.

Lexus offers two versions of its littlest ute. The NX200t is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four making 235 horsepower. Its 258 lb-ft of torque routes through a six-speed automatic to either the front wheels or, as in the car we drove for this review, all four. For buyers seeking a bit more attitude, an F Sport model adds a sport-tuned suspension, a more aggressive grille, sport seats, and a g-force meter in the driver’s information display. The NX300h model is the sole hybrid offering among luxury-subcompact crossovers and uses a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, two electric motors, and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) to deliver a combined 194 horsepower – Car & Driver


Introduced two years ago, the NX 200t represents a different type of Lexus crossover SUV. It's sharply styled and possesses a much sportier driving experience than the Lexus norm. Its size is also distinctive. It's a little bigger than most other new-breed subcompact luxury crossover SUVs but smaller than more established compacts. Unchanged, though, are the Lexus trademarks of an ultra-smooth engine, a quiet cabin, superior quality and a reputation for excellent reliability – Edmunds.com


The 2017 Lexus NX 200t is a solid luxury compact SUV with a price that’s lower than many of its competitors. The NX deserves a look from shoppers who want a value-oriented and well-rounded daily driver or family car. US News

The 2017 Lexus NX starts at just $ 42,950 at Lexus of Kingston. Contact us today and come in for a test drive!

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