The top rated 2018 Lexus NX 300 lease offer in South Florida
2018 Lexus NX 300 Lease Standard Key Features
- DRIVE MODE SELECT
- DUAL-ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL
- NULUXE INTERIOR TRIM
- LEATHER-TRIMMED STEERING WHEEL AND SHIFT KNOB
- HIGH-RESOLUTION COLOR LCD MULTIMEDIA DISPLAY
- SCOUT® GPS LINK*
- EIGHT-SPEAKER LEXUS PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM
- BACKUP CAMERA* WITH DYNAMIC GRIDLINES
- ROOF RAILS*
- BLUETOOTH® TECHNOLOGY*
- USB SMARTPHONE CONNECTIVITY
- SUBSCRIPTION-FREE TRAFFIC AND WEATHER*
- SIRI® EYES FREE*
- EIGHT-AIRBAG SYSTEM*
- VEHICLE STABILITY CONTROL*
- LEXUS ENFORM SAFETY CONNECT*
- LEXUS ENFORM SERVICE CONNECT*
- LEXUS ENFORM REMOTE*
- CARPET FLOOR MATS*
2018 Lexus NX 300 Lease Review
The newly renamed NX 300 is still powered by a 235-horsepower turbocharged inline-4 that powers either the front or all four wheels through a 6-speed automatic transmission. The NX 300h continues with a specially tuned 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with Toyota’s hybrid drive system using a pair of motor-generators, with a rated maximum power of 194 hp altogether.
2018 Lexus NX 300 Lease comfort, safety, and features
Legroom and passenger headroom is good despite a shorter wheelbase than many other compact luxury SUVs. Cargo room is good even with the sloping roofline, and the NX sports an impressive safety record.
The IIHS has rated it a Top Safety Pick+ and the NHTSA gives it five stars overall. Lexus has upped the safety content for 2018, with the former Lexus Safety System+ now fitted as standard equipment to all models, including automatic emergency braking.
The NX is decently equipped at a starting price around $36,980 for the front-wheel-drive model, but Lexus offers a handful of packages to add bundles of luxury features. Those include a power reclining rear seat, a first for Lexus and a rarity in the compact SUV category from any maker. The F Sport model adds numerous trim items with a sportier look, though very little to change the actual performance. Versions in the mid-$40,000s are handsomely equipped, but the Lexus infotainment system remains a drawback. For 2018, the lack of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is a notable omission as well.
For 2018, the NX gets a handful of minor revisions to its “spindle” grille and redesigned front and rear lights, which continue to lead off with an L-shaped band of daytime LED running lights outlining the thin, swept-back headlights. You’d have to be an expert to notice them unless the new model was next to an earlier one, though. Otherwise, the grille (wide at the top and bottom, pinched inward in the middle) continues to just out and lead the aggressive front end, with a different and milder pattern of horizontal silver bars for the hybrid version.