2019 Lexus NX300 Dimensions
2019 Lexus NX300 Dimensions The Lexus NX is a compact crossover offering spectacular design and performance combined with luxury and utility. Designed to offer a Premium player in a distinctive luxury package, the NX is clearly a Lexus. Available with front wheels or all drive wheels, the NX300 is equipped with a 235-HP 2.0-liter four-cylinder advanced turbocharger engine with automatic six-speed transmission.
Sequential displacement is standard and F-Sport models include steering wheel controls. Safety features include eight airbags, a lash injury and front seats, as well as a full range of available electronic safety systems, such as track start alert, light beam, And the Lexus pre-collision security system. The partial LED spotlights are standard and the multimedia system includes a high-resolution screen of seven inches, an audio display, an HD radio and an eight-channel amp with the digital signal processor.
The available F-Sport Pack offers a distinctive, bold interior and exterior style with an exclusive grille and wheels as well as unique instruments, seats and seat fittings. Available equipment includes an electric tailgate, full LED headlamps, a navigation system, a Lexus form, a dynamic radar speed controller, and an IQ wireless recharging tray inside the console. The Lexus NX300 is unchanged for 2019.
Lexus was relatively late to this trend with its compact NX crossover, but this little edgy utility that shares its foundation with the Toyota RAV4 fits the bill nicely, wearing the extrovert Lexus style as well as any vehicle in its range.
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For 2019, the NX gets a new entry-level trim for its hybrid variant, while the rest of the range is unchanged. The NX 300 uses a 2.0 L four-cylinder turbo engine that is 235 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, which is combined with a six-speed transmission and standard integral traction. The gas-electric hybrid NX 300h pairs an engine of 2.5 L four cylinders with an electric motor for a total of 194 HP, set to the four wheels by a variable continuous transmission.
With the NX, Lexus is heading against cars like the BMW x1, Porsche Macan and Mercedes-Benz GLC, vehicles designed to appeal to drivers who appreciate Germany’s obsession with autobahn-friendly handling. To accommodate this criterion, Lexus offers the NX 300 in an F Sports Series 3 trim that includes an adaptive variable suspension to go with appearance upgrades that come with Series 1 and series 2 fewer packages.
The basic kit in the NX 300 includes subtleties like 17-inch wheels, an 8.0-inch infotainment screen, NuLuxe seat padding, heated front seats and LED headlights. A Premium package adds an electrically adjustable steering column, an electric tailgate, 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, heated and ventilated front seats, auto-dimming side mirrors, a blind-spot monitor, and an alert of rear cross-traffic.
2019 Lexus NX300 Dimensions
A deluxe package brings an infotainment screen of 10.3 inches and a rear transverse traffic braking, and an executive package is heated rear seats, head-up display, the charge of wireless smartphone and a hands-free tailgate. The F Sports pads are based around a package of appearance and their lists of standard features echo widely those detailed above.
The new NX 300h hybrid base model comes with some extras compared to the entry-level gas model (sunroof and tailgate) while Premium and Executive trims are equipped in the same way as gas-fired versions. Fuel consumption estimates are 10.6/8.5 L/100km (city/hwy) for NX 300 and 7.2/7.9 in the NX 300h.