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A fine all-rounder and the best car Lexus has launched for years
The trimSee full equipment
On the face of it, the cheapest Premium Pack model would seem to make the most sense. It gets plenty of standard equipment, including 18in alloys, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and artificial leather seats. The only caveat is that it comes with different suspension to the F-Sport version we’ve tried.
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The plug-in hybrid version of the Lexus NX can officially do up to 43 miles on pure battery power, before its 2.5-litre petrol engine takes over until you plug the car in again. Acceleration is surprisingly nippy, with 0-62mph taking 6.3 seconds.
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