Completely Redesigned Lexus NX Luxury Crossover For 2024

Revamped Interior Colors, NX 350 F Sport Handling Available

Lexus has proclaimed the release of their 2024 NX series, bringing about slight interior and trim modifications.

The MY2022 luxury crossover saw a revamp and yet it is only within the past few months that the NX variety has been given a facelift. Therefore, we observe minimal variations for MY2024. Folks can anticipate diverse hue schemes in the interior when options such as Black, Black along with Rich Cream, Rioja Red, and Palomino NuLuxe upholstery are chosen, that now incorporate the glove box and passenger side centre console.

When you’re selecting a Lexus, you can choose between Circuit Red or Black/Rich Cream. If you do, the color coding will extend to the front and rear door panels, creating what Lexus calls a “seamless interior.”

Apart from minor revisions, the NX 350 may now be outfitted with the coveted F Sport Handling kit.

The handling and dynamism are enhanced with the installment of Active Variable Suspension as well as shock absorbers in both the front and rear. Inside, you’ll discover bolstered sports seats, aluminum foot pedals and door kick plates, plus a sportier steering wheel.

The exclusive F Sport version profits from perforated NuLuxe upholstery in hues such as Black and Circuit Red, designed to line the center console, seats, as well as within the steering wheel. For extra embellishment, Dark Graphite Aluminum ornamentation also is part of this bundle. In addition, the outside of F Sport models feature black-colored 20-inch wheels, an aggressive front and rear bumper design, and stylish black roof rails.

Customers are presented with the opportunity to pick from Ultra White, Obsidian, and the newly introduced Ultrasonic Mica Blue 2.0 when deciding on the F Sport. Those selecting the NX 350 F Sport Luxury can also make their choice between a moonroof or panoramic glass roof.

Pricing for the front-wheel drive NX 250 begins at an MSRP of $39,055. If you decide to upgrade to an AWD/FWD Premium option or an AWD-only Premium trim, there is an extra expense. Opt for the more powerful NX 350 and it will set you back $42,185. Additionally, the NX 350 offers a selection of F Sport, Premium, and Luxury models–with the Luxury version being the most costly of the collection at $48,995.

The350h’s starting cost is $42,655. Additionally, there are two higher-end versions obtainable: the Premium and Luxury. Lastly, those looking for maximum luxury can opt for the 450h+ Luxury or F Sport, with prices of $57,505 and $58,755 respectively, not including Lexus’ $1,150 additional charge for delivery, processing and handling.

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