It’s always interesting to review a car in the last year before its major refresh. By this point, the engineers and designers and bean-counters have likely reached a consensus that the car has come as far as it can. It’s as good as it’ll ever be. That’s the case with the Lexus NX, which entered production in 2014.
- Comfy ride
- Impressive list of standard safety tech
- Buttery-soft leather
- Lousy infotainment tech
- Underpowered compared to competitors
- Interior design is a bit weird
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