Compact crossovers are the perfect choice for urban driving. Smaller than a full-size SUV but with all the advantages of both a sedan and an SUV blended into one, the Lexus NX 200t is a perfect example of form and functionality. This street-smart urban warrior has all the capability of an SUV but in a much more compact package. A 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine is teamed up with an eight-speed automatic transmission that makes driving in any situation effortless. All-wheel drive means that if you do decide to take this compact crossover into the desert at the weekend, it will cope with more challenging terrain.
Inside, there’s plenty of both head and legroom for passengers. Comfort is maximised with a choice of leather or synthetic seats and a suspension system that smooths out any bumps in the road. The high vantage point for the driver gives you an excellent view ahead, as well as good all-round visibility for urban driving. That turbocharged engine is sedate and easily controlled around town, but bursts into life once you’re on the open road, making the Lexus NX 200t perfect for road trips with the family.
The styling is refined yet powerful, with a sleek, aerodynamic body and 18” alloys. Inside, a full Lexus infotainment system gives you fingertip control over every aspect of the vehicle from on-board navigation to the power front seats and climate control. Safety features include curtain airbags, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Dynamic Stability Control and Lane Departure Warning. This family-friendly vehicle also comes with ISO Fix Child Seat Anchors so your younger passengers are kept safe and secure.
How many seats does the Lexus NX 200t have?
The NX 200t is a five-seat compact crossover.
Is the Lexus NX 200t a luxury SUV?
Although it technically falls into the compact crossover class, the NX 200t certainly has all the refinements to be classified as a luxury vehicle.
How much does a Pre-Owned Lexus NX 200t cost in the UAE?
The price you pay for a Pre-Owned vehicle will depend on several factors including the age of the vehicle, its condition, and the mileage. Lower mileage and more recent models may command a higher price than older or high-mileage examples.