Lexus NX Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4.5 / 5
It offers some of the most generous interior space in the segment, a decent boot and some neat technology too. It’s also great to drive, with confidence in corners and enough performance for anyone buying a car like this.
8 / 10
The NX is Lexus' most convincing car to date. Its design and engineering was led by Europeans, and it shows in a product that fits more naturally with British tastes.
7 / 10
The Lexus NX300h makes a compelling option for company car drivers, who could no doubt overlook its shortcomings to benefit from the savings they’d make.
3 / 5
The Lexus NX has distinctive styling and a classy, well built cabin, although the driving experience could be better.
4 / 5
The new Lexus NX is not without merit but the Volvo XC60, Audi Q5 and BMW X3 remain the more appealing choices.
3 / 5
The Lexus NX hybrid is worth considering as a company car. Diesel rivals are more satisfying to drive, though, and more practical.
2.7 / 5
The Lexus NX is an intriguing alternative to the mainstream. Distinctive looks and a plush cabin mark it out, but a harsh ride and lack of a diesel engine may well put you off.
5 / 10
Lexus makes a posh compact SUV but forgets to make it drive well.