Lexus NX300h 2018 review | Auto Car

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2018 Lexus NX - interior and Drive

The NX wants to be a sports car—you can tell by its chiseled body and angle-eyed glare—but don't be fooled: underneath it’s a softy. F Sport models get a stiffer suspension, but that fails to truly sharpen the handling. A 235-hp turbo 2.0-liter inline-four and six-speed automatic are standard; the available hybrid returned just 27 mpg in our testing. Front-wheel drive is standard on both models; all-wheel drive is optional. A well-appointed cabin and comfy seats keep the NX in the hunt. Lexus has chiseled its NX crossover into an even more angular-looking piece for 2018. It’s mid-cycle-refresh time for the popular compact luxury SUV, and the visual changes are accompanied by a name change for the standard model as well as some chassis tweaks and an upgraded interior. The standard NX, previously known as the NX200t—a logical name considering its turbocharged 2.0-liter engine—now has the less sensical NX300 moniker. The engine is the same, and it will surely continue to route its output through a six-speed automatic transmission and either front- or all-wheel drive. The hybrid model keeps its NX300h nomenclature, and its gas-electric powertrain also is unchanged. If you didn’t like the NX’s polarizing face before, you probably won’t like its new one, which keeps the large spindle grille and the sharply creased headlights. There are a few new air intakes up front, along with new wheel designs, slightly thinner taillights, and a reshaped rear bumper. An F Sport option package is again available; it turns up the aggression with its black mesh grille and different wheels. Interior upgrades are subtle and include a new metallic finish for several buttons, knobs, and redesigned HVAC controls. A larger, 10.3-inch central display screen is newly optional; it is controlled by a revised remote touchpad that we hope will improve upon the current model’s frustrating interface. A foot-motion sensor to open the power tailgate has been added to the available features. Lexus said it has retuned the suspension for better turn-in and a smoother ride. Adaptive dampers are another a new addition—they’ll likely cost extra—and there’s more sound deadening, which should help with noise isolation. Active-safety features including forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure alert are now standard on every NX. Expect the revised Lexus NX to go on sale later this year, likely with a slight price uptick over the current model’s $36,260 point of entry. Read More: https://goo.gl/cZaDWs

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2018 Lexus NX REVIEW - A big Rival Of BMW X3

The Lexus NX arrived in 2014 as an edgy compact crossover based on the Toyota RAV4 platform. Similar in size to the Toyota cousin but that is where the similarities stop. This is a Lexus through and through, with above average interior refinement, and now with a large 10-inch screen. The exterior gets a few minor tweaks, the edgy exterior remains. Under the hood is the same turbocharged 2.0L direct and port injected 4-cylinder with 235hp. The biggest change to the drive is the improved suspension, something this model needed, plus an optional adaptive suspension first found in the larger RX. The handling has been improved and gone is the mushy, rather poky ride in favour of a more defined ride. The Lexus NX is now called the NX300. ► TOP Luxury Cars in 2018 : https://goo.gl/iBXCLq ► TOP Auto/Cars Comparison Video: https://goo.gl/1yH7XF ---------------------------------------------------------- ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc Please contact this email: autotv2018@gmail.com if you have any copyright issues. Thank you #autocomparsion #carcomparison #autotv #cartv #newcar

New 2018 Lexus NX review

Mike Gurr reviews the 2018 Lexus NX. The Lexus NX arrived in 2014 as an edgy compact crossover based on the Toyota RAV4 platform. Similar in size to the Toyota cousin but that is where the similarities stop. This is a Lexus through and through, with above average interior refinement, and now with a large 10-inch screen. The exterior gets a few minor tweaks, the edgy exterior remains. Under the hood is the same turbocharged 2.0L direct and port injected 4-cylinder with 235hp. The biggest change to the drive is the improved suspension, something this model needed, plus an optional adaptive suspension first found in the larger RX. The handling has been improved and gone is the mushy, rather poky ride in favour of a more defined ride. The Lexus NX is now called the NX300. Twitter: https://twitter.com/MotormouthCDN Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/motormouthfb Motormouth: http://www.motormouth.ca/ Subscribe: http://tinyurl.com/motormouthsubscribe Zack Spencer Zach Spencer Canadian Car Review Motormouth Canada

Walkaround of the 2018 Lexus NX300h

In this video we do a walkaround of the new Lexus NX SUV. This popular suv in the Lexus range has been given a mid life facelift and revisions to the suspension. All NX's come with Lexus's Safety System+ which will boost the cars appeal. Please hit that red button and subscribe, like and share and follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

Lexus NX300h 2018 review | Auto Car
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