If you’ve narrowed your search down to the Lexus NX and RX, you’re already on a good path. Both luxury SUVs offer powerful presence, cutting-edge technology, and exhilarating performance. Ultimately, deciding whether the 2021 Lexus NX or Lexus RX is better for you comes down to the particulars of what you want and need.
2021 Lexus NX
The new Lexus NX is a great compact luxury SUV for up to five people. Comfort comes first in the NX with features like stadium-style rear seats with first-in-class power-folding and -reclining capability.* The NX also offers exceptional power thanks to a standard 235-horsepower turbocharged engine as well as best-in-class fuel economy up to 31 mpg combined with the NX 300h.** Lexus made the new NX more advanced than ever with easy-to-use technologies like the Lexus Safety System+ 2.0 and Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration.
2021 Lexus RX
If your needs are a bit larger than what the NX offers, the new 2021 Lexus RX delivers big. The RX lets you choose between two- and three-row seating for up to seven passengers and provides more cargo space — up to 58.5 cubic feet with the RX 350L. You can also go bigger in terms of infotainment with an optional 12.3-inch touch screen and a 15-speaker Mark Levinson® Premium Surround Sound Audio System. Add 295 horsepower with the standard 3.5-liter V6 — or 308 horsepower with the efficient RX 450h — and the Lexus RX is a strong contender.
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*2021 NX vs. 2020/2021 competitors. Information from manufacturers’ websites as of 6/24/2020.
**2021 NXh vs. 2020/2021 competitors. Excludes plug-in luxury hybrid vehicles. Information from manufacturers’ websites as of 6/24/2020.
EPA-estimated 33city/30hwy/31comb MPG estimates for 2021 Lexus NX 300h (AWD). Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.