There are three gas-powered and three hybrid trim levels of the 2020 Lexus NX, making for six in total. The complete list of trim levels is the NX 300, NX 300 F Sport, NX 300 Luxury, NX 300h AWD, NX 300h Luxury AWD, and the NX 300h F Sport AWD Black Line Special Edition. We’ll compare the trim levels of the 2020 Lexus NX below, so keep reading to learn more about this luxury SUV.
Prices are an important starting point for choosing a trim level. That’s why we have gathered the starting prices of each trim level of the 2020 Lexus NX. Variances in drive-train may impact starting price, which is why we have listed some trim levels twice with each available drive-train option. The starting prices of the 2020 Lexus NX trim levels are as follows:
One model stands out in particular for its unique style options. That is the NX 300 F Sport model. It has unique features that make its cabin stand out. For example, it is the only trim level with a perforated leather-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob. It also has F Sport style front seats that are heated and ventilated and an F Sport black headliner.
Many interior design features stay uniform across all trim levels. The other notable difference between the trim levels is in the interior trim. The NX 300, NX 300 F Sport, and NX 300h AWD all have Perforated NuLuxe ® interior trim. The NX 300 Luxury and NX 300h Luxury AWD have perforated leather-trimmed interiors.
All of the trim levels of the 2020 Lexus NX come with a ton of standard technology features. There are still a few ways that they differ though. The NX 300 F Sport is the only trim level to feature Active Sound Control, for example.
There are also only three trim levels with an 8-speaker premium sound system. The NX 300, NX 300 F Sport, and the NX 300h AWD have premium audio systems. These are also the only trim levels to have 8-inch color displays, while the other trim levels have their own variations on these features.