Five things you need to know about the 2019 Lexus UX
Crossovers are all the rage with car shoppers at the moment, especially in the premium segment.
So it's no surprise Lexus would want to add a new one to it's lineup.
This is the 2019 Lexus UX, and here are five things that you need to know about it.
The standard engine in models [UNKNOWN] the UX 200, is a two liter in line four and has a continuously variable transmission and front wheel drive.
The hybrid option is rated for a total of 175 horsepower and 38 miles per gallon combined.
It also has all-wheel drive, thanks to a rear-mounted electric motor.
An F Sport option package gives the Lexus UX a sportier front facia, new wheels, and some interior tweaks.
F Sport Cars also have new anti-roll bars and shock absorbers, as well as steering and throttle mapping for a sportier driving experience.
The UX has the Lexus remote touch interface entertainment system.
Using 7 or 10 inch displays.
It boasts Apple CarPlay, Spotify, and Amazon Alexa integration, but using the touch pad to operate the display is a little bit distracting when driving...
The UX offers lots of safety technology as standard, including pre-collision braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, adaptive cruise control, and lane-centering steering on the highway.
The UX will even brake automatically, if you're about to reverse into an obstacle, like a wall or another car.
In addition to traditional purchase and lease options, you'll be able to subscribe to the UX through a plan called Lexus Complete Lease.
The two year subscription will cover all your lease, insurance, and maintenance costs in one simple payment.
Volvo is offering a similar arrangement for its XE4D crossover.
Those are the five key things you need to know about the 2019 Lexus UX.
For the full review of this new crossover, visit theroadshow.com
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