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The Lexus NX300, a compact luxury crossover from Lexus, a renowned division of the multinational Japanese auto manufacturer Toyota, lies between the subcompact UX and the mid-size RX in the brand's lineup. Representing the first generation of the Lexus NX series, NX300, previously known as NX200t, made its debut at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition in 2014. The NX300 shares certain components with the Toyota RAV4, while the US models showcase slightly altered fascias. Known for its bold aesthetics, exceptional smoothness, and comfort, the NX300's 2.5-liter 2AR-FXE engine, coupled with an electric motor, generates 194 hp. With an impressive 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 8.3 seconds and a stopping distance of 137 feet in emergency braking tests, the NX300 offers a confident and reassuring driving experience. The vehicle's weight improves with speed, lending stability on highways. The efficiently designed interior, packed with modern and effective technologies, makes for a serene ride. The latest 2021 Lexus NX300 adds a host of standard high-tech safety features such as forward collision mitigation, lane departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring. With ample room for adults, a quiet cabin, and supple suspension, the NX300 offers an elevated driving experience. Equipped with adaptive cruise control and an optional rear cross-traffic alert system, it comes in three trim levels, all featuring a standard six-speed automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, and a 2.0-liter engine, promising an exhilarating driving experience.
The 2019 Lexus NX300, which spans its Base, F Sport, and Luxury models through 2018-2023, possesses a key drive train system responsible for transferring power from the engine to the wheels, encompassing elements from the axles to the transmission. Notably, drivetrain-related problems also occur, which leads to pronounced vibrations in the vehicle's floorboards, distinct clunks during gear shifts, resistance while turning, and abnormal vibrations during acceleration. The manifestation of such issues could be attributed to varied factors, including driving habits and environmental conditions, with damaged drivetrain system indicators being peculiar noises from the vehicle's rear, visible fluid leaks, or steering challenges. Regular differential inspections, differential fluid changes, and general proactive drivetrain system servicing are recommended for optimal performance and cost-effectiveness. Further, the NX300 series has exhibited other challenges: reduced power and acceleration possibly due to clogged air filters, dirty fuel injectors, or malfunctioning mass airflow sensors, with some instances necessitating software updates. Reports of engine misfires or stalling point to potential faulty ignition coils or inferior fuel quality, while models like the F Sport and the Luxury have faced brake system and infotainment/power liftgate complaints, respectively. In a specific case, a user noted slight vibrations in the steering wheel and seats when driving over 55MPH. Although initially addressed by the dealership through wheel balancing, the problem persisted. Various suggestions included potential tire flat spots, with advice to monitor the car over another 1-2K miles, while others believed it might be a common issue of an unbalanced wheel or tire, usually rectifiable by the dealership.
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