Used 2019 Lexus NX 300 SUV Consumer Reviews

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Best SUV in the class for the comfort and price

wish1202, 01/12/2019
F SPORT 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
25 of 25 people found this review helpful

Great overall luxury SUV for the luxury/price/performance compared to a Honda, Hyundai, Acura, Mazda, or Volvo. It is probably not the sportiest SUVs for ride enthusiasts, but comfortable and smooth. Great acceleration for a 2.0 T engine compared to many competitors. Visibility in blind spots is average, but any standard safety features more than compensate for that. Make sure you get a NX 300 manufactured after 10/01/2018 to get the best entertainment features. Paddle shifters are surprisingly fun - transmission is quick with little to no jerk. F Sport trim is a looker - love the front grill and seats.

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Amazing looks and acceleration (for an SUV)

Velin, 09/25/2018
F SPORT 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
32 of 33 people found this review helpful

Everything so far is amazing with the car. The upgrade screen seems huge and can be split to show different things at a glance. The safety features such as parking assist and lane change warnings have worked well when I tested them. I'm coming from a V6 sports coupe with quick acceleration, so I was surprised that the NX300 was only slightly slower in that department. I expected an SUV to be much slower. There is some body roll if you take a turn too quick, but again, my only comparison is a low-to-the-ground coupe. The main issue I have is that the front seats are narrow. The sides come up almost vertically with some stiff and barely flexible material inside. If your rear end is too wide, seats will be even less comfortable. My previous car had slightly flatter seats, allowing for more room. I must note one of the things I was not concerned about was cargo space. Coming from a small coupe, anything space wise was an upgrade for me. If you want a large SUV with serious storage, the NX may be too compact for you. Overall this is an amazing car, and if you get the F Sport trim, you will have the aggressive styling on the front grill.

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Make your next be NX

Paul B, 08/20/2018
4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
30 of 33 people found this review helpful

From style, to performance and cost, the NX300 is the way to go. Service includes lifetime washes and incredibly friendly people. You can both see and feel the luxury built into this lower end luxury SUV. Save on the $2,000 Navigation system as the vehicle allows you to display your map and routing right from your phone. 👍

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Smooth riding and comfortable

ComfortableRide B, 01/16/2019
4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
12 of 16 people found this review helpful

Enjoying this vehicle a lot based on it's space and comfort level. Infotainment still leaves a lot to be desired with functionality and ease of use, but not the worst I've encountered.

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It's a Toyota

Jay, 07/16/2019
4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
13 of 19 people found this review helpful

When considering new cars, we were debating between this car and the RDX, but the RDX was riddled with safety complaints so we opted for this instead. If you're looking for a Luxury Crossover, that's fun to drive and fuel efficient for its size, the Lexus NX is not it. It only takes 91 octane fuel, and it guzzles it like it's at a happy hour. Even when driving efficiently, the fuel doesn't run for more than 330-350 miles which is about 20MPG. If you really want to feel the performance of the Turbo, you're probably dropping down in fuel economy of 17-18MPG. If you're driving in Econ Mode it's essentially a Toyota RAV4. The front seats are very narrow, so if you're an average sized person, you'll start to feel sore after about an hour of driving. The instrument cluster placement is a little odd, if your steering wheel is at a normal height, you can't see the odometer or trip computer, if you move it down far enough to be able to see it, then the steering wheel is too far into your lap. Cargo space is limited, rear seats don't fold down flat so not exactly efficient. Rear seat legroom is limited as well.

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