2017 Lexus NX 300h - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2017 Lexus NX 300h is no longer being sold as new.

2017 Lexus NX 300h


City 33 MPG Hwy 30 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    4 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.3
Exterior 5
Interior 5
Comfort 5
Performance 4
Reliability 5
Even better than expected!

by Micke from Stockholm | July 03, 2020

Updated to 2017 nx300h from a 2007 rx400h. We got the "Luxury" package which includes all options (in Sweden) except the Sport stuff. Love all the new technology (air con in seats, 360 cam, radar cruise, reverse collision warning and more). The trunk is a little bit smaller than 400h but instead there is a lot more space under the trunk floor since we have the compressor instead of spare tyre. Seating front and back feels almost as big as the 400h. Getting average 6,8 l / 100 km after 3 months of driving. 400h was about 9,5 l / 100 km. Handling on curvy roads is great! Acceleration is really not that bad, but the cvt / engine is noisy during hard accel. During normal driving everything is smooth and quiet.

Very comfortable car and very strong engine.

by Jarhed Mike from Charleston, South Carolina | July 26, 2018

This is our second Lexus and it is very reliable and comfortable. It runs very quite and has all the hi-tech tools necessary to function reliably. I would recommend this car as an everyday vehicle for a growing family.

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by Johnnic from Los Angeles | November 15, 2017

Pricey and lack power but has all the other bells and whistles and the reliability that comes with this brand. Of course the hybrid is a tad of misnomer as it does not save as much as gas as "true" hybrids.

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2017 Lexus NX 300h Overview

The Lexus NX 200t crossover SUV and its hybrid variant, the NX 300h, slot below the RX in Lexus' lineup. It seats up to five people and competes with the Acura RDX, BMW X3 and Audi Q5.

New for 2017
Front-wheel-drive models have been discontinued, leaving just all-wheel-drive offerings.

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