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Lexus UX summary

Lexus UX was first unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

It came into production in 2018.

Lexus designers, led by Chief Designer Tetsuo Miki, used the traditional Japanese concept of ‘engawa’ to design the car’s exteriors and interiors.

The exteriors and interiors of the car are connected seamlessly by smooth boundaries.

It marries the features of two very different car types. For instance, it uses the rugged wheel arch mouldings of an SUV with a sports car spoiler-inspired rear combination light.

The Lexus Urban Crossover or the Lexus UX is based on the Toyota C-HR platform, just like the Lexus NX derivative of the RAV4 vehicle architecture.

It was first introduced in 2018.

The 2019 Lexus UX has a standard and unique powertrain, just like its Toyota equivalent.

It also has an F Sport trim package and a unique flair like the mesh grille insert, different rear fascia, unique 18-inch wheels, exaggerated fog lights, and jet black trim elements.

The crossover uses a 4-cylinder 2.0-litre engine that produces 168 hp.

The UX 250h also uses the same engine, but in addition, there is an electric-assist motor and a battery pack under the rear seat, which produces a combined output power of 176 hp.

It uses an additional electric motor for the rear wheels and thus offers all-wheel-drive functionality that delivers in slippery conditions.

The electric vehicle has 300e 150 KW (204 hp) for its specifications.

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The 2022 Lexus UX is almost the same as its predecessor, the 2021 Lexus UX, except that it is now available in Cadmium Orange, Cloudburst Gray, and Grecian Water. The latest colours look attractive and eye-catching. The subcompact luxury crossover comes in six variants identified by their powertrains- UX200, UX 200 Fsport, UX 200 luxury, UX 250h AWD, UX 250h F Sport AWD and UX 250 h luxury AWD. All of these can be updated with luxury packages and track-focused F sport. The Lexus UX comes in a variety of colours: Atomic Silver, Redline, Eminent White Pearl, Caviar, Obsidian, and Nori Green Pearl.

The UX 200 model has a four-cylinder, 2-litre engine that generates 169 hp. It delivers a mileage of 29 miles in the city and 37 mpg on highways. The second variant, Lexus UX 250h Hybrid, has a 2.0 litre Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain that produces 181 hp and has a fuel economy of 41 mpg (city) and 38 mpg (highway). Its prices start at $33,000. This makes it an affordable option in the luxury subcompact crossover segment. Rich in value, the Lexus UX leaves its competitors like Audi Q3, BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLA Class, Volvo XC40, and Jaguar E-Pace far behind. The average price of the Lexus UX ranges between $35,201 - $40,735.

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The UX250h uses a hybrid engine that produces more power than the UX200, and its electric drive delivers high output.

The hybrid engine has a fuel efficiency of 41mpg.

It can deliver an impressive 37 mpg mileage while driving in highway conditions and 29 mpg in high traffic conditions.

Luxury features such as leather-covered steering with power-adjustable first-row seats add to the aesthetics.

It comes with standard features like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Alexa, and SiriusXM.

It has a big center display, and it can be a Wi-Fi hotspot that keeps you connected to the internet.

You can remotely start the engine or view vehicle diagnostics through the Lexus app and even schedule a service appointment.

It has various safety features such as pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, and lane departure alert.

The safety features include helpful warnings, correct steering, and hitting the brakes when appropriate.

Parking is easy with the UX as it can be upgraded with a special parking assist program that warns when you get near objects. The sensors are provided both in the front and rear of the UX.

It has an excellent suspension and has paddle shifters that can offer drivers increased control.

It also has other features such as a perforated leather cased steering wheel, bolstered front seats, instrumentation, and aluminium pedals found in race cars.

This crossover is too expensive, with higher trims getting close to the $40k mark.

The base engine provides only 149 hp, which is not competitive with other SUVs and cars with much better power.

There is less legroom in the second row, and you may feel cramped when you sit there for the first time.

There is less cargo room behind the rear seat, and the car can carry only limited gear.



Intricately made features define the exteriors of the Lexus UX and lend it a robust look. The car is both stylish and functional. Wheel arch mouldings protect the bodywork and help stabilize the car’s aerodynamics. A similar effect is created by the car’s rear combination lights design and its 17-inch alloy wheels. The car relaxes the passengers and feels even more luxurious than it is. The car accommodates structural elements and creates comfort below the waist level, while it has the broadest field of vision and sense of space above the waist level. Although it seems overpriced, the car delivers luxury like no other. The Cadillac XT4 is the same size as the UX, but it is priced higher. The XT4 doesn't have a hybrid model, and hence, if you are looking for an environment-friendly option, the UX is a better choice. The 2021 Porsche Macan has more powerful engine options, but it is overpriced at about $20,000 above the UX. The UX defeats the Macan, hands down, offering interior space and versatility. Also, some Macan models are priced at least $30,000 above the UX. If you are looking for a luxury crossover and don't want to spend too much, the Lexus UX is a great option that will not disappoint you.

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