Lexus NX AZ10.I NX 300h Sports Luxury (2014-2017) has been discontinued. See all Lexus Midsize / Medium SUVs.
It is not All Wheel Drive Vehicle as advertised
It is not All Wheel Drive as advertised
I am writing this review with lot of disappointment. It was not expected from Lexus/ Toyota brand.
As per the other AWD vehicles, other two wheels start rotating when required. That is the common understanding of the AWD.
In NX300h Sports Luxury, this is not the case. The wheels will not rotate and act as 2WD. They will only work when you connect the load with car which they don’t recommend at all.
It means, you cannot take this car to snowy mountains or other similar areas where car is required to be 4...
Lexus NX300h Sport 2015
This car gives you an amazing driving experience and comfort with easy maneuvering and sense of safety. Economy features appeal the more green people and its added feature of sport and sport plus would appeal to younger generation and more adrenaline addict! Running cost is low due to hybrid battery and regenerating energy while breaking. Only if hybrid battery could run for longer and not switching so quickly to petrol it'd be even better!
|Category||Midsize / Medium SUVs|
|Transmission||Continuously Variable (CVT)|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars|
|Country of Manufacture||Japan|
|Manufacturer Warranty||4 year(s)|
|Release date||Oct 2014|
|Discontinuation date||Sept 2017|
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