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2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

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The Lexus NX is a small SUV that slots between the extra-small UX and midsize RX. It’s fully redesigned this year, with the hybrid-powered 2022 Lexus NX 350h replacing the previous NX 300h. At first glance, the changes appear to be more evolutionary than revolutionary. The new NX retains the crease-heavy design language of its predecessor, and Lexus’ trademark spindle grille is back and more Predator-like than ever. There are some differences, however. The checkmark turn signals are now incorporated into the headlight — resembling a sort of furrowed brow — and a new full-width taillight makes the back end a little more distinctive at night.

Revisions to the cabin are much more obvious. There’s a new steering wheel, digital gauge cluster and sleek center console, but our favorite aspect is one you can’t see. The much-maligned trackpad is gone, as both of the available display screens gain touchscreen functionality for 2022.

Highlights of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Brand Name — Lexus
• Model Name — NX 250h Luxury
• Vehicle Type — SUV
• Body Type — Sedan
• Segment — Hybrid
• Colours Option — Atomic Silver, Cadmium Orange, Caviar, Cloudburst Gray, Eminent White Pearl, Grecian Water, Nori Green Pearl, Redline
• Engine Type — 2494 cc, 4 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC
• Fuel Type — Hybrid (Electric + Petrol)
• Electric Motor — 2 Permanent magnet synchronous Placed At One motor each on front and rear axle
• Battery — 1.6 kWh, Nickel Metal Hydride, 245 Volt,Battery Placed Under Rear Seats
• Max Power — 153 bhp @ 5700 rpm
• Max Torque —210 Nm @ 4200 rpm
• Max Engine Performance — 194 bhp 300 Nm
• TransmissionType — Automatic
• Drivetrain — All Wheel Drive
• Emission Standard — BS-6
• Driving Range — 997 km
• Top Speed — 180 km/h
• Acceleration (0 – 100 km/h) — 9.2 seconds
• Mileage – ARAI Reported — 17.8 km/l
• Fuel Tank — 56 litre
• Ground Clearance — 170 mm
• Bootspace / Dicky Capacity — 475 litre
• Seating Capacity — 5
• Doors — 5
• Price — ₹ 69.50 Lakh* (Ex-Showroom Price Delhi)
• Battery Warranty — 8 Years
• Battery Warranty — 160000km
• Warranty — 3 Years
• Warranty — 100000 km

2022 Lexus NX 350h Review : Specification

The Lexus NX was always a flawed SUV. Its cramped interior, infuriating infotainment system, and lacklustre powertrains kept us from recommending one over more polished and better packaged examples like the BMW X3 and Acura RDX. But Lexus has managed to remedy most of our concerns with the new second-generation NX. Armed with combustion, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid powertrains, handsome new looks, and a heavily updated interior, we wouldn’t be surprised to see NX sales quickly catch up to the popular RX.

The new 2022 Lexus NX has evolved into a more mature looking SUV. The front nose has been massaged into a less offensive shape, we’re a fan of the ‘LEXUS’ script on the trunk lid, and the rear lights are especially distinctive, linked together by a LED light bar that seems to be the norm on every SUV these days. But it’s the interior that steals the show, and is a major improvement over its predecessor.

Key Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Multi-function Steering Wheel
• Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
• Touch Screen
• Automatic Climate Control — 2 Zone
• Engine Start Stop Button
• Anti Lock Braking System
• Alloy Wheels
• Fog Lights – Front
• Fog Lights – Rear
• Power Windows Rear
• Power Windows Front
• Driver Airbag
• Power Steering
• Air Conditioner

Engine & Transmission Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Engine Details — 2494 cc, 4 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC
• Engine Type — 2.5L 2AR-FXE I4
• Fuel Type — Hybrid (Electric + Petrol)
• Electric Motor — 2 Permanent magnet synchronous Placed At One motor each on front and rear axle
• Battery Type — Lithium-ion Battery
• Battery Details — 1.6 kWh, Nickel Metal Hydride, 245 Volt,Battery Placed Under Rear Seats
• Max Power (bhp@rpm) — 153 bhp @ 5700 rpm
• Max Torque (Nm@rpm) — 210 Nm @ 4200 rpm
• Max Engine Performance — 194 bhp 300 Nm
• Top Speed — 180 Kmph
• Acceleration (0-100 kmph) — 9.2 seconds
• Mileage (ARAI) — 17.8 kmpl
• Driving Range — 997 Km
• Drivetrain — All Wheel Drive (AWD)
• Transmission — Automatic (CVT) – 6 Gears, Manual Override & Paddle Shift, Sport Mode
• No. of cylinder — 4
• Valves Per Cylinder — 4
• Fuel Supply System — sequential fuel injection
• Emission Standard — BS 6
• Regenerative Braking,
• Idle Start/Stop,
• Pure Electric Driving Mode
• Turbo Charger

Steering, Suspension & Breaking Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Steering Type — Power Assisted (Electric)
• Steering Column — Tilt & Telescopic
• Front Suspension — MacPherson Strut with Coil Springs, Gas-filled Shock Absorbers and Stabilizer Bar
• Rear Suspension — Double Wishbone with Coil Springs, Gas-filled Shock Absorbers and Stabilizer Bar
• Breaking System — Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
• Front Brakes — Ventilated Disc (ABS)
• Rear Brakes — Disc (ABS)
• Minimum Turning Radius — 5.7 metres
• Brake Energy Regeneration
• Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
• Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
• Brake Assist
• Traction Control
• Hill Hold Assist

Wheels & Tyres Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Wheel Type — Alloy Wheels
• Wheel Size — R18
• Spare Wheel — Alloy
• Tyres Type — Tubeless, Radial
• Front Tyres Size — 225 / 60 R18
• Rear Tyres Size — 225 / 60 R18

Physical Measurement Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Length — 4640 mm
• Width — 1845 mm
• Height — 1645 mm
• Wheelbase — 2660 mm
• Ground Clearance — 170 mm

Space & Capacity Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Doors — 5 Doors
• Seating Capacity — 5 Person
• No of Seating Rows — 2 Rows
• Boot space — 475 Litters
• Curb Weight (kgs) — 1845 kg
• Gross Weight (Kg) — 2380 kg
• Fuel Tank Capacity — 56 Litters

Interior Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Tachometer
• Leather Seats
• Leather Steering Wheel
• Glove Compartment
• Digital Clock
• Outside Temperature Display
• Digital Odometer
• Height Adjustable Driver Seat
• Ventilated Seats
• Dual Tone Dashboard
• Accelerator Pedal (Organ Type),
• Brake Pedal(Pendant Type),
• Shift Lever & Knob (Shift by Wire W/Park Switch),
• Inside Rear View Mirror – EC, Door Scuff Plate (FR:SUS,RR:RESIN),
• Seat Cover Material (Leather),
• Seat Lumbar Support (D) (Power 4-Way),
• Headrests – Adjustable (Vertical),
• Cupholders (Front and outboard Rear seats) ,
• Seat Back Pocket (Front Seat only),
• Seat A/C Ventilated (FR Seat),
• Door Courtesy,
• Glove Box ,Room,
• Luggage Room Lamp,
• Wireless charger,
• Package Tray Trim & tonneau cover, Door Trim Ornament (Wood),
• Steering wheel – With Paddle (Leather + Heater) Auto air conditioning system & clean air filter with Minus ion Generator (Nano-E)

Exterior Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Adjustable Headlights
• Fog Lights – Front
• Fog Lights – Rear
• Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
• Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
• Rain Sensing Wiper
• Rear Window Wiper
• Rear Window Defogger
• Alloy Wheels
• Rear Spoiler
• Sun Roof
• Moon Roof
• Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicators
• Intergrated Antenna
• Dual Tone Body Colour — Optional
• Cornering Headlamps
• Cornering Foglamps
• Cornering Headlamps
• Cornering Foglamps
• Roof Rail
• Lighting — LED Headlights,DRL’s (Day Time Running Lights)
• Trunk Opener
• Smart
• Heated Wing Mirror
• LED Headlights
• LED Taillights
• LED Fog Lamps
• 3-eye Bi-Beam LED headlamps with auto-leveling system And Headlamp Cleaner,
• LED turn signal lamps,
• LED DRL (Daytime Running Lamp) with Cut Switch,
• LED Front and Rear fog lamps, LED Rear Combination Lamp & Light Bar Lamp End to End 
• Cornering Lamp,
• LED High Mount Stop lamp (On Rear Spoiler),
• Panoramic roof (Slide UV & IR Cut), Roof Rail Silver (Silver),
• Outside rear view mirror (Auto,EC,Heater) (Visor cover -Body Color + IR Function),
• EMT (Extended Mobility Tire),
• Front Bumper & Grille / Rear Bumper ( Normal),
• Windshield & Front Side glass – Green UV Acoustic,
• Front, Rear QTR Glass & Back Glass -Green UV,
• Rear Side Glass -Light Green UV,
• Antenna – Radio +Shark Fin

Electrical Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Electric Motor — 2 Permanent magnet synchronous Placed At One motor each on front and rear axle
• Battery Type — Lithium-ion Battery
• Battery Details — 1.6 kWh, Nickel Metal Hydride, 245 Volt,Battery Placed Under Rear Seats
• Headlights — LED
• Automatic Head Lights
• Headlight Height Adjuster
• Follow me home head Lights
• Cornering Headlights — Intelligent
• Daytime Running Lights — LED
• Fog Lamps — LED on front
• Tail Light — LED
• Cabin Lamps
• Front and Rear
• Roof Mounted Controls/Sunroof & Cabin Light Controls Image
• Rear Row Roof Mounted
• Cabin Lamps Image — Front & Rear
• Lights on Vanity Mirrors — Driver & Co-Driver
• Rear Reading Lamp
• Glove Box Lamp

Safety Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Anti-Lock Braking System
• Brake Assist
• Central Locking
• Power Door Locks
• Child Safety Locks
• Anti-Theft Alarm
• No of Airbags — 8
• Driver Airbag
• Passenger Airbag
• Side Airbag-Front
• Side Airbag-Rear
• Day & Night Rear View Mirror
• Passenger Side Rear View Mirror
• Rear Seat Belts
• Seat Belt Warning
• Door Ajar Warning
• Side Impact Beams
• Front Impact Beams
• Traction Control
• Adjustable Seats
• Tyre Pressure Monitor
• Vehicle Stability Control System
• Engine Immobilizer
• Engine Check Warning
• Automatic Headlamps
• Color head-up display- touch tracing operation,
• Lexus Safety System + 3 (LSS +3), Pre-Collision System (PCS) Vehicle Detection with Alarm Only – Stationary / Preceding Vehicle Only,
• Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (Adaptive -Full Speed Range),
• Lane Tracing Assist (LTA),
• Lane Departure Alert (LDA) with Steering Assist,
• Automatic High Beam (AHB),
• Adaptive High-beam System(AHS),
• Clearance sonar,
• RCTA – Rear Crossing Traffic Alert and RCD -Rear Camera Detection,
• TSC (Trailer Sway Control),
• ACA (Active Cornering Assist),
• Pitch and Bounce Control,
• Vehicle Motion Control -Logitudinal Control,
• Parking Brake- EPB with Brakehold,
• Front & Rear Performance Rod,
• Front and Rear Seat Belt- 3 Point ELR + Pretensioner & Force Limiter,
• Middle seat -3 point ELR,
• Tire Pressure Warning System,
• Anti Theft System (Silen, Glass ,Sensor,Angle ),
• 8 SRS (Supplemental Restraint System)
• Airbags ( Dual-stage (Driver), Single-stage (Front passenger),knee airbag (Driver), side airbags (Front seats)Front Center (Front seats),curtain shield (Front and Rear door windows))
• Rear Camera
• Anti-Theft Device
• Anti-Pinch Power Windows
• Driver’s Window
• Speed Alert
• Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock
• Knee Airbags
• ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts
• Head-Up Display
• Pretensioners & Force Limiter Seatbelts
• Blind Spot Monitor
• Hill Assist
• Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock

Entertainment, Communication & Instrumentation Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Instantaneous Consumption
• Instrument Cluster — Analogue – Digital
• Trip Meter — Electronic 2 Trips
• Average Fuel Consumption
• Average Speed
• Distance to Empty
• Clock — Analogue
• Low Fuel Level Warning
• Door Ajar Warning
• Adjustable Cluster Brightness
• Gear Indicator
• Shift Indicator — Dynamic
• Low Fuel Level Warning
• Door Ajar Warning
• Adjustable Cluster Brightness
• Gear Indicator
• Shift Indicator — Dynamic
• Heads Up Display (HUD)
• Tachometer — Analogue
• Smart Connectivity — Android Auto, Apple Car Play
• Display — LCD Display
• Touch Screen Size — 14 Inches
• Integrated (in-dash) Music System
• Speakers — 6+
• Front Speakers Image
• Steering mounted controls
• Voice Command
• GPS Navigation System
• Bluetooth Compatibility — Phone & Audio Streaming
• Aux Compatibility
• AM/FM Radio
• USB Compatibility
• USB Port/AUX/Power Socket/Wireless
• Wireless Charger
• iPod Compatibility

Comfort & Convenience features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Power Steering
• Power Windows-Front
• Power Windows-Rear
• Power Boot
• Air Conditioner
• Heater
• Automatic Climate Control — 2 Zone
• Air Quality Control
• Low Fuel Warning Light
• Accessory Power Outlet
• Vanity Mirror
• Rear Seat Headrest
• Adjustable Headrest
• Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
• Cup Holders-Front
• Cup Holders-Rear
• Heated Seats Front
• Seat Lumbar Support
• Active noise cancellation
• Cruise Control
• Parking Sensors — Front & Rear
• Navigation System
• Foldable Rear Seat — 60:40 Split
• Smart Access Card Entry
• KeyLess Entry
• Engine Start/Stop Button
• Voice Control
• Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddles
• USB Charger — Front & Rear
• Central Console Armrest
• Tailgate Ajar
• Hands-Free Tailgate
• Gear Shift Indicator
• Luggage Hook & Net
• Battery Saver
• Lane Change Indicator
• Drive Modes — 3
• Steering Column (EPS Tilt & Telescopic) with Protector,
• Steering wheel Touch control switches,
• Hybrid Sequential (S-Mode)Shift Matic,
• Drive Mode Select (Eco-Normal-Sport),
• EV Mode with Switch,
• Position memory switches (Front seats); 3-memory,
• Outside and inside door handles- e-latch system,
• Back Monitor (Panoramic View Monitor with Switch),
• Power Back Door (With Kick Sensor),
• 14 Inch Electro Multi Vision Display,
• Air Conditioner – Auto Dual Controlled,
• Front and Rear Console – USB Ports (Type C & A ) & DC 12V Accessory Socket,
• Front Seat Adjuster (Power 8-way(D+P) + Memory(D),

Locks & Security Features of 2022 Lexus NX 350h Review

• Smart Access Card Entry
• KeyLess Entry
• Engine Immobilizer — Vehicle Immobilizer with Security System Alarm
• Anti-Theft Device
• Anti-Pinch Power Windows
• Central Locking
• Power Door Locks
• Child Safety Locks
• Anti-Theft Alarm

2022 Lexus NX 350h Review : Impressive Looks

At first glance, the new NX looks very much like the previous model, and that familiarity is no doubt down to the very strong angular Lexus design language. But look at the details and you’ll notice that the two are indeed completely different. The headlights remain narrow and angular, but they are single units, whereas the older car had a split set-up with the DRLs set below. The large signature Lexus spindle grille remains, as do the low-mounted fog lights, which are in an even more angular housing that projects a fair bit, almost like a mini front wing with a lot of horizontal surface area.

At the side, there are interesting elements, like the shoulder line that runs the length of the car but splits into two towards the rear, travelling above and below the rear door handle. There are two alloy patterns, both multi-faceted and 20-inch in diameter. The Exquisite and Luxury (red car) get a grey tone, whereas F-Sport trim (blue car) is an all-black affair. The F-Sport also carries badging on the front fender and has other aesthetic bits like extra black trim.

The rear is an all-angular affair like before, but a big design difference is the tail-light unit that stretches right across the body and looks neat with its matt-like diffused LED light bars. There’s also Lexus lettering in the centre where the logo previously resided and stylistic vents cut vertically into the outer sides of the bumper.

It’s here where the new NX departs quite radically from its predecessor. The earlier car had a quirky interior, with the entire dashboard projecting in and out and having some sharp cuts to it. The new car, however, goes with a flatter treatment and while it’s more traditional in that sense, it’s also far more modern. Dominating the dash is a large touchscreen. Yes, the new car gets a touchscreen, losing the touchpad controlled screen of the previous generation. At 14 inches, it’s really very large – almost laptop sized – and it’s responsive to touch, with functions like pinch-to-zoom working with the fluidity that only a high-quality tablet could better. Clarity is also very good, and it has the expected connectivity options like wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

What I really like is the fact that despite the large high-quality touchscreen, Lexus has retained physical controls for stuff like the audio system and HVAC, and they operate with a high-quality feel and damping. This approach of physical controls for stuff like the HVAC and audio system and leaving lesser used functions on screen is so much safer and intuitive to use.

Another interesting touch is the door handles, Lexus has electrically operated units both outside and in, which the company calls the e-latch system. On the outside, the pull handles don’t actually move, but when you tug on them, your fingers end up pressing a button that releases the latch, thus opening the door in one smooth pull. Inside, too, you need to simply push the handle, which presses a button to release the latch, thus opening the door in one move. In case of an electrical failure, there is a manual key override on the outside, while on the inside, you simply pull the handle to mechanically open the lock.

The audio system on the Luxury and F-Sport trim is a 17-speaker Mark Levinson system that sounds really brilliant. Other kit includes a digital instrument panel, a 3D surround camera, dual-zone climate control, ambient lighting, powered front seats with memory for the driver, and quite a few handy storage options. A particularly nifty one is the wireless charger tray that slides away to reveal a cubby below, while also charging your phone at the same time. The steering-mounted buttons are touch-sensitive, but they also depress to give you that button feedback; what’s neat is the command also displays in the HUD. The NX has a large panoramic sunroof as well, but it has a fairly large central beam.

At the rear, there’s a fold-down armrest, twin Type-C USB ports and rear AC vents, but it misses out on temperature or blower speed control. Rear seat space is adequate and while my 5ft 8in frame had enough leg and head room, the overall space is not very impressive and taller folks will find it tight. The darker theme also doesn’t help, making the insides appear smaller still. Boot space isn’t class leading either, but 520 litres should be sufficient and there’s a large under-floor unit to increase that capacity.

2022 Lexus NX 350h Review : Performance

The 2022 Lexus NX’s 350h moniker points to the improved hybrid powertrain that sits in this SUV. It uses the same 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle four-cylinder petrol engine paired with two electric motors, one connected to the six-step e-CVT and another on the rear axle which gives it AWD capabilities. But combined power has gone up to 244PS from 197PS, a peak torque output isn’t stated as the peak 270 Nm from the engine and the 121 Nm from the electric motor come at different points on the rev band. The switch to a lithium-ion battery pack and a more compact control unit has also reduced weight and improved packaging.

In regular driving, you invariably start in EV mode, which means that the NX feels alert and superbly refined off the line. And when the engine kicks in with more throttle input, there’s still some degree of electrical assistance so the Lexus makes for steady, and soothing, progress. The e-CVT is well matched to the gearbox, and as one of the better examples of this technology, there’s only a hint of the delays you might otherwise expect from this type of gearbox.

The driver’s seat happens to be quite supportive and the variable-ratio steering rack has just the right amount of heft with quite a natural increase in directness as you turn. But when the engine does kick in, with more throttle input or on steep inclines, it’s quite loud and clattery, with some vibrations seeping through as revs build. But in start-stop city traffic, the electric motor should direct proceedings more often, so this trait may be less apparent.

But switch to the more aggressive S mode, and Lexus’ claims that driving dynamics were given more attention this time comes good. The petrol engine now holds centre-stage and the CVT completely transforms itself, with the simulated gearshifts feeling quite similar to a torque converter in their directness. Even the paddles shifters work to enhance this feeling of control by manufacturing in engine braking, although overall mid-range performance can’t quite match up to turbo-powered rivals. But more impressive is the Lexus’ dynamic ability. Body roll is very well controlled, and despite the added weight of the electrical components, the SUV changes direction with confidence and with little stray body movements. The stability control, which can be quite heavy-handed otherwise, also backs off further improving the SUV’s balanced demeanour. This is assisted by the AWD system, which can send up to 80 per cent of the available torque to the rear axle in this mode. The brakes too feel natural and progressive despite the regen built-in.

The Lexus’ best attribute in our books though is its ride comfort, made even more impressive by the fact that it uses a less exotic double-wishbone rear set-up. On some of the fairly bumpy trails we took on this drive, the NX soaked up big undulations and even some rough gravel patches with solidity and a sense of compliance, with very little roughness passing through into the cabin. All on 20-inch wheels. There’s a truly comforting fluidity, like some luxury cars twice its price, in the way the NX moves on the road, with little vertical or lateral body movements at any speed.

While will think this mid-spec Luxury offers a great balance of comfort and dynamism, and it is the most popular variant among buyers, more enthusiast drivers can choose the top F-Sport variant. Aside from the more aggressive styling and added features, this also gets adaptive suspension, a Sport Plus mode and higher grade anti-roll bars front and rear.

2022 Lexus NX 350h Review : Riding & Comfort

The Lexus NX350h is a composed SUV around twists and turns. It feels planted with the suspension doing a good job controlling the body roll through corners. The NX 350h does not receive adaptive dampers like the F-Sport 350 but this crossover was not really meant to be a canyon carver. Steering is responsive with a hefty feeling steering wheel at high speeds. It can firm up a little bit more when switching the NX into Sport mode.

Cabin design takes a big leap forward with the new NX, with a more modern look and classier materials. The outgoing model offered one of the more spacious cabins in the luxury-subcompact crossover segment, but the new model offers slightly more passenger room in the rear seat, although cargo space with the rear seats folded is slightly less generous than the outgoing model. Optional features include a panoramic sunroof, heated rear seats, an ambient interior lighting system with 64 different color choices, and black open-pore wood trim.

All NX models are equipped with a touchscreen infotainment system; base models come with a 9.8-inch display while high-end trims get a large 14.0-inch unit. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard and work via a wireless connection; a wireless smartphone charging pad is optional as is a head-up display. A 10-speaker stereo system is standard and comes with a free trial of Amazon Music; a 17-speaker Mark Levinson stereo system is optional on models equipped with the Premium or Luxury packages.

However, don’t mistake this car for a sporty luxury crossover SUV. The Genesis GV70, BMW X3, Mercedes GLC, etc. all do a better job of delivering driving dynamics. One small complaint I have about the NX is that the turning radius is large. Comparatively speaking.

Our Opinion

The Lexus NX350h is priced between Rs 64.9 to 71.6 lakh, ex-showroom and is more expensive than its key rivals but it’s the only hybrid in the segment. The Japanese SUV surely looks impressively sharp and offers a comfortable and well-equipped cabin. The driving experience is refined and hassle-free but not for those seeking fun or engagement.

However, beyond the enthusiast’s needs the NX 350h delivers well on all requirements and offers buyers a chance to stand out in the crowd of European rivals while being slightly kinder to the environment.

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