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Love this vehicle!

Melinda B, 04/03/2022
Luxury 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
9 of 9 people found this review helpful

After extensive research and learning of the high ratings, I settled on a 2022 Lexus NX 350h luxury package…and WOW, it does not disappoint! An absolutely beautiful vehicle, full of comfort and mind boggling technology. Very smooth ride, plenty of seating and cargo space, and has a very luxurious feel to it. It’s highly rated for reliability, gas mileage is impressive, and has many bells and whistles! Couldn’t be more happy with this vehicle!

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4 out of 5 stars

Good with some quirks

Kesha, 06/23/2022
4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

Ours was assembled in Ontario, Canada. Stylish, easy maneuverable SUV with very good MPG. Even Lexus front grill does not bother me anymore, got used to it. Constantly getting 44-45 mpg on 17-20 mile trips while driving in suburbs of Chicago with AC constantly on. On mixed 20/80 residential/highway 70mile trips which we drive very often gets 39-40 mpg. Hybrid/electric side of the vehicle feels more powerful when compared to our 2018 RAV4 hybrid. More silent and smoother ride also, but I would not describe it as a plushy ride. If hybrid meter is being kept on the edge between ECO/PWR while accelerating, ICE is silent enough, requesting more power brings loud noise. In most cases staying at ECO/PWR is just enough. Ability to change graphic look of speedometer is cool. CarPlay works flawlessly, backup camera has good resolution. Now what is not so cool: Left rear view mirror has micro vibrations, saw that being mentioned in other review somewhere also. Sometimes Adaptive Cruse Control hesitates to keep constant speed when passing big trucks on your right with passing line wide open. That is the biggest flaw to me. Did not noticed the problem when passing big trucks on my left side. Lenses of headlights throw little shadow spots on top of the beam because of their internal construction. On the purchase side - Robin Z. and Lexus of Naperville were awesome.

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5 out of 5 stars

Almost like the bigger RX

Greeny , 06/11/2022
Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
6 of 7 people found this review helpful

This new design model has improved greatly over the previous year model in both appearance and performance. Interior is especially great, infotainment system has been totally revamped and everything works perfectly. Cloud-based Nav, wireless CarPlay, etc., are all excellent. I believe the software gets updated automatically OTA. Ride is plush and comfortable, road imperfections and bumps are hardly noticeable, road noise isn’t significant, and overall its almost as quiet as the bigger RX. Everything feels like a Lexus is known for. Rear legroom is also comfortable and much better than I expected for a compact size SUV. MPG is fantastic, exceeding the EPA estimates (in good weather, I am averaging 44-45 mpg in city and around 41-42 in highway). Overall, this new NX has has far exceed my expectations so far.

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4 out of 5 stars

Wireless Q1 phone charger doesn't work

Maxwell656, 07/11/2022
Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
2 of 3 people found this review helpful

Car is excellent in most respects, EXCEPT wireless Q1 phone charger doesn't work. It goes off after a minute or so and then is intermittent. I talked to dealer, which talked to Lexus, as dealer has had many complaints about this. Lexus reported you have to take the cover off phone for it to work. Dealer also said if phone moves in the tray as the car moves, it will stop charging. Don't count on this working on your 350h.

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5 out of 5 stars

Rides like RX, with more updated technology

Greeny , 06/11/2022
Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

This redesigned NX is excellent all around, interior is greatly improved in terms of infotainment, safety tech, space, comfort, etc. Cloud-based Nav, wireless CarPlay, speaker system, 14.2in touchscreen, etc., are all fantastic. Acceleration is smooth and quick. Road noise is kept low, road imperfections and bumps are hardly noticeable, and the overall ride comfort is just as amazing as the bigger RX, but with the most advance driving assist tech that Lexus has introduced this year. Everything works just flawlessly. Rear legroom is much better than expected for a compact size SUV. MPG has been better than EPA estimate - I have been averaging 44-45 in city and 41-42 in highway in good weather (sometimes up to 50 mpg in certain city traffic). Note that bigger wheels or cold weather will drop the mpg of any car by 10 to 15%. Value is also great considering the current market, and also considering what the similar Toyota models are selling for now (for e.g., RAV4 sells for almost at this price; other than being a bit smaller inside compared to the RAV4, this NX is far better in almost every aspect as noted above).

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