2020 Lexus UX 200 SUV Consumer Reviews

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I LOVE this car

Funride, 09/19/2020
4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
6 of 6 people found this review helpful

I retired in March and had to turn in my company car. I looked around several months before deciding this was the car for me. I thought I wanted a NX, but as I am the primary driver and don't have kids to tote around, the UX turned out to be the perfect size for me. I'm so glad I bought the hybrid - it's peppy and gets a fantastic 41mpg. The controls are easy to use and unlike many, I find the info system easy to use - possibly because I use a touchpad with my laptop. Apple Carplay works great so I didn't need the nav system. I bought the base model but it had every option available, so it's loaded with everything I wanted. There really isn't anything I would change on this car. I'm a happy camper.

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Is this really a Lexus?

F. Gilan, 12/02/2020
4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
3 of 9 people found this review helpful

- Under powered, rating is 169 horsepower but my heavier Chevy is 150 horsepower, heavier, but far quicker. Acceleration rate is lethargic to the point were it is almost dangerous. - Noisy, road noise is atrocious, almost unbearable. Engine roar is unavoidable to get up to any speed but it is not a pleasant sound - Infotainments system has serious flaws. It is hard to use. You cannot listen to music from a USB stick while using Android Auto, everybody else allows this. Waze is not supported on Android Auto, once again, this works for everybody else. - Don't put anything valuable in the front door pockets, it will fall out when you open the door. I had my keys and wallet both fall out and if I wasn't paying attention I will have had the car stolen since it would have locked with the keys on the ground and left behind. - Adaptive cruise control does not work well at slow speed, it cannot decide what to do. Also if you are at stop and hit the resume it will try to run into the car in front of you if it starts and stops. - Brake hold is nice to have but if you leave it on and park, sometimes the electric parking brake engages on its own even if you don't have it set to engage automatically. This ran down the battery on my car. Seats are not comfortable, I found it difficult to find good driving position that didn't leave me sore after an hour of driving

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