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Lexus NX 300h Review

 There is plenty of equipment ranging from a reversing camera, LED low-beam headlights and daytime running lights and dual zone climate control in S grade, to heated and ventilated seats, Mark Levinson premium audio system and a heated steering wheel on Premier models.  Top of the range Premier trim will also add a 6.2-inch head-up display featuring engine speed, navigation and audio information. The distinctive NX F-Sport will add different styling features and suspension and also has  another button to add an odd sounding exhaust note in the cabin.  The continual booming from the sound symposer never matches how you’re driving the car so it was a good job we could turn it down. What’s it like to drive? Lexus were the first to introduce hybrid to the SUV market and the NX uses a 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine alongside an electric motor, that combined produces 195hp with 270Nm of torque.  It has a top speed of 112mph and gets from 0-62mph in 9.2 seconds.  All Lexus hybrid models come with a CVT gearbox which in the NX can be a bit whiny when getting up to speed.  Once you’re cruising the drive suddenly becomes more relaxed and less noisy. The NX 300h S is only available with front-wheel drive, all other models are equipped with all wheel drive. Read More