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Lexus revises prices and equipment for NX and RX

Lexus has refreshed the equipment grades and standard specification of its premium SUV models, the NX and RX.

All models are now self-charging hybrids with all-wheel drive.

The RX comes with Lexus Safety System+ fitted as standard, providing a Pre-Collision System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist, Sway Warning System, Traffic Sign Recognition and Automatic High Beam/Adaptive High-beam System.

Key features of the entry-level RX model include 18-inch alloy wheels, smooth leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, eight-inch Lexus Navigation, DAB, front and rear parking sensors and Smart Entry.

Three option packs are now available for the RX:

  • The Sport Pack provides 20-inch black alloy wheels, black spindle grille and black door mirror casings.
  • The Premium Pack introduces 20-inch alloys, 12.3-inch Lexus Navigation, triple-eye LED headlamps, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, heated steering wheel, power tailgate and wireless smartphone charger.
  • The Tech and Safety Pack (offered only in conjunction with the Premium Pack on the RX) adds a colour head-up display, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert with Intelligent Clearance Sonar and automatic braking, auto-folding/auto-dimming door mirrors, power tailgate with no-touch sensor and a panoramic roof. This pack can also be selected for the RX F Sport.

F Sport versions now feature a heated steering wheel and power tailgate.

At the top of the range, the RX Takumi gains a new power-folding function for the rear seats; the rear seats also have integrated heaters.

The seven-seat RX L also adopts the new grade names, with the SE, Luxury and Premier replaced by RX L and Takumi.

2019 Lexus RX prices:


OTR Price



F Sport




Option pack

OTR Price

Sport Pack


Premium Pack


Tech and Safety Pack


Takumi Pack



The Lexus NX mid-size SUV follows the same pattern as the RX for 2019, with new NX, F Sport and Takumi grades.

At the entry point to the range, the NX is equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels, Lexus Safety System+, heated front seats with Tahara upholstery and eight-inch Lexus Navigation.

New options are the 10-inch Lexus Navigation, with larger display and enhanced functionality, and Sport Pack, adding wheels with a bronze/machined finish, black spindle grille and black door mirror casings.

Customers can specify a Premium Pack option that adds Smart entry, parking assist sensors, rear privacy glass, the 10-inch Lexus Navigation, LED front fog and cornering lights, a heated steering wheel, power tailgate and a wireless charger. Choosing the Premium Pack also allows customers to specify smooth leather upholstery and a panoramic roof for their vehicle.

The NX F Sport has added a steering wheel heater to its specification. Other items include F Sport-dedicated 18-inch alloys, exterior styling details, steering wheel and front seats with leather upholstery. The model also comes with a power tailgate, wireless charging tray and triple-beam LED headlights.

The NX Takumi includes a panoramic roof as standard.

For the NX F Sport there is a Takumi Pack, comprising Adaptive Variable Suspension, the Mark Levinson audio package, panoramic view monitor, head-up display, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and a panoramic roof or sunroof.

2019 Lexus NX prices:


OTR Price



F Sport




Option pack

OTR Price

Sport Pack


Premium Pack


Takumi Pack


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