The Lexus UX combines city-friendly dimensions with sophisticated downtown style. It also impressive fuel economy and a strong list of tech features. In terms of size and pricing, the UX fits just below the Lexus NX in the brand’s SUV lineup.
The Lexus UX is a subcompact luxury SUV with seating for five. It first went on sale in 2019 with two powertrains. The UX 200 comes with front-wheel drive, and the UX 250h adds a hybrid system with two electric motors. One assists the engine, the other can turn the rear wheels for electrically enabled all-wheel drive. Both alternatives have a four-cylinder engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Design language that’s unique to the Lexus brand comes through loud and clear with the UX. One highlight is an exotic grille shaped like a stylized hourglass. It has a hypnotic mesh pattern that changes in size the farther you get from the Lexus logo in the center. At the rear, the top edges of the lights stand up like small tail fins for a retro-luxury touch. Aluminum-alloy wheels and a full array of LED lighting emphasize the UX’s elegant presence.
The UX takes its cues in the cabin from the world of Japanese architecture. The result is a dashboard with a natural, layered appearance. The center-stack controls are gently angled so that they’re easier to reach when you’re in the driver’s seat. To boost functionality, the UX has 60/40-split folding back seats and good cargo space for the class. A standard handsfree tailgate lets you access that cargo space with ease.
Lexus vehicles are known for their luxury, and common standard features include leatherette upholstery, power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control and a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel. You can upgrade with features like available climate-controlled front seats.
If you want a more athletic vibe, a common option is the F Sport package, which provides aggressive design enhancements both inside and out. The package also bundles paddle shifters and an enhanced suspension that will sharpen the UX’s already hot handling.
The actual powertrains for the UX are more focused on fuel efficiency. The Lexus UX 200 is equipped with a four-cylinder engine. UX 250h models use the same engine, but pair it with front and rear electric motors.
The UX comes with a number of tech features. A Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay and compatibility with Amazon’s Alexa can keep you connected. To keep you protected, standard driver-assistance features include adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, a lane-keeping system and a rearview camera.
The UX relies on its eye-popping exterior design, high level of standard technology and impressive fuel economy to compete against rivals like the Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Infiniti QX30.
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