Compare the 2022 Lexus NX to the Audi Q3
2022 All-New Lexus NX Tops Customer Lists
When shopping for your next vehicle, there are several options in the small luxury crossover market. The Lexus NX, with a brand-new launch for 2022, is steadily gaining accolades for its dynamic interior, aerodynamic design, and multitude of safety features. At Lexus of Las Vegas, we can show you how Lexus NX tops the competition with a comparison to others in its class.
|Lexus NX 350||2022 Audi Q3 45 S Line Premium|
|Engine||2.4L Turbo 4-Cylinder||2.0L I-4 Cylinder|
|Horsepower||275 HP||228 HP|
|MPG||25 MPG Combined||24 MPG Combined|
|Cargo Space||46.9 ft.3||48.0 ft.3|
|Headroom/Legroom Front||38.34/40.96 in.||39.6/40.0 in.|
Lexus NX Emerges as a Clear Winner
Discerning drivers looking for a little more kick to their engine and a speedier drive are definitely paying closer attention to the all-new Lexus NX. With a 6-second 0-60 time, the 2.4L Turbo 4-cylinder kicks your drive into high gear. It is clear that careful thought went into the sporty and more aerodynamic design of the Lexus NX.
Not only is the Lexus NX packed with performance features that promise an exciting drive, but it also offers a boost in handling. Whether you are navigating hairpin turns on a country back road or if you are traveling down the open highway, this small luxury crossover can deliver peak performance and handle tighter turns, thanks to the widened wheel base.
If variety is the spice of life, then the Lexus NX is right up your alley. Starting with the NX 250, boasting a 208hp I4 engine and finishing with the plug-in hybrid NX450h+ F Sport, there are seven different options from which to choose your new luxury crossover.
For drivers pursuing an environmental lifestyle, while still harnessing the power of the Lexus NX, there are three trims to support that choice. It is offered in a traditional hybrid model which serves up 240 horsepower and an impressive 39 MPG combined. However, the hybrid options do not stop there. There are also two plug-in hybrid selections.