Find a 2024 Lexus UX

    $55,370 - $88,190 excl. on-roads
    2024 Lexus UX

    2024 Lexus UX

    $55,370 - $88,190 excl. on-roads

    Get a better deal, faster with CarExpert. Join 1000s of buyers using the power of Australia's leading new car destination to save time, money and stress.

    Fuel Efficiency4.2 - 4.4 / 100km
    ANCAP Rating5-star
    Warranty4 years

    About the Lexus UX

    Lexus has detailed pricing and specifications for its updated UX small crossover ahead of first arrivals at local showrooms from mid-September.

    These updates for the 2023 model year refer specifically to the UX200 petrol and UX250h hybrid models, and not the all-electric UX300e. It’s expected Lexus will detail the updated UX300e at a later date.

    Pricing for the petrol and hybrid Lexus UX range is up between $1640 and $1895 depending on the variant, which Lexus says “reflect[s] the updated standard equipment, multimedia and vehicle functionality”.

    The 2023 Lexus UX range now starts at $46,085 before on-road costs for the UX200 Luxury, and extends to $65,995 for the UX250h F Sport AWD.


    Our expert's reviews of the Lexus UX


    All the latest Lexus UX news

    Lexus UX Range Guide

    Which variant of the Lexus UX range is best for you?

    UX200 Luxury highlights:

    • 17-inch alloy wheel
    • LED headlights
    • LED daytime running lights
    • Shark fin roof-mounted antenna (NEW)
    • Power-folding, heated door mirrors
    • Rain-sensing window wipers
    • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display (NEW)
    • Wireless Apple CarPlay (NEW)
    • Wired Android Auto
    • DAB+ digital radio (NEW)
    • Satellite navigation
    • 10-speaker sound system (NEW)
    • Dual-zone climate control
    • Push-button start
    • Washi instrument panel paper trim and stitching (NEW)
    • Artificial leather upholstery
    • Heated front seats
    • 10-way power driver’s seat
    • Eight-way power front passenger’s seat

    Enhancement Package 1 adds:

    • LED fog lights
    • Parking support alert
    • Parking support brake
    • Blind-spot monitor
    • Rear cross-traffic alert
    • Keyless entry

    UX200 Luxury and UX250h Luxury with EP2 add the features of EP1 plus:

    • Power tailgate (kick sensor for hybrid models)
    • Wireless phone charging
    • Cornering lights
    • Headlight washers
    • Privacy glass
    • Alloy scuff plates

    Enhancement Pack 3 adds:

    • Moonroof

    18-inch alloy wheels are a standalone option on all Luxury models.

    UX Sports Luxury adds:

    • 18-inch alloy wheels
    • ‘High-grade’ LED headlights with dynamic auto-levelling
    • LED front indicators
    • Adaptive high-beam system
    • Auto power-folding exterior mirrors
      • Heating
      • Reverse link
      • Memory function
      • Driver’s side electrochromatic finish
    • Panoramic view monitor
    • 13-speaker Mark Levinson sound system
    • Acoustic front and side glass
    • ‘High-grade’ metallic finish door garnish and instrument cluster
    • Leather-accented upholstery
    • Front seat ventilation
    • Driver seat memory
    • Easy access system
    • Removes sunroof

    UX Sports Luxury Enhancement Pack adds:

    • Sunroof
    • Head-up display
    • Smart key card

    UX F-Sport adds:

    • Dark premium metallic 18-inch wheels
    • ‘Exclusive’ front and rear bumpers
    • F Sport grille and badging
    • Body-coloured wheel arches (NEW)
    • Adaptive suspension
    • F Sport steering wheel
    • F Sport shift lever
    • F Sport pedals
    • Aluminium foot rest
    • Active Sound Control
    • 8-inch TFT digital instrument cluser
    • F Sport Seats
    • Removes acoustic glass
    • Removes Mark Levinson premium audio
    • Removes Panoramic View Monitor

    UX F Sport Enhancement Pack 1 adds:

    • Sunroof

    UX F Sport Enhancement Pack 2 adds:

    • Sunroof
    • Surround-view camera
    • 13-speaker Mark Levinson sound system
    • Head-up display
    • Smart key card



    Photos and Images of the Lexus UX Interior

    The UX is small but lovingly crafted inside.

    Our tester had soft blue-and-white leather seats and a tri-tone dashboard, which contributed to a properly upmarket feel. It doesn’t come cheap, but you can’t question the Lexus-ness of the UX from behind the wheel.

    The driving position is excellent. The seats might feel plush, but they have support in all the right places, and drop right down to the floor to accommodate tall drivers – or average-sized people who don’t want to feel like they’re sitting on phone books.

    All the touch points are high-quality. The armrest and door trims are pillowy soft, and the compact steering wheel is trimmed in soft, waxy leather.

    Even the indicators make the same satisfying click they do in more expensive Lexus models, and the instrument panel harks obviously back to the LFA supercar with its ringed central section and prominent digital speedo. It feels more special than its small SUV rivals.

    It can’t come close to matching those rivals on the technology front, though. The high-set infotainment display looks flash… but has one of the worst user interfaces on the market, relying on a fiddly touchpad and in-house voice control.

    This isn’t a new complaint; every Lexus review we’ve published features a variation of the same whinge. The UX has a set of shortcut buttons in front of its touchpad which help, but it’s still way too difficult to perform simple tasks at the moment. Here’s hoping the new NX SUV and its touch-focused setup is better.


    Photos and Images of the Lexus UX Exterior

    Exterior changes for the 2023 model year include a new sharkfin antenna across the range, and body-coloured wheel arch cladding on F Sport models.

    F Sport models also get a new brace in the steering gear, which together with the standard Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) system and rear performance dampers “quickly absorb body flex and minor vibrations to further sharpen handling and improve overall ride comfort and quietness,” according to Lexus.

    Further to the F Sport’s technical developments, all UX models now have 20 additional spot-welding points on the body for greater stiffness, which is also claimed to improve road-holding and driver feedback.

    Lexus says it has also retuned the UX’s electric power steering system and shock absorbers “to help provide a seamless transition between braking, steering and acceleration through bends and on a variety of road surfaces”.

    Lexus UX Colours

    What colours are available for the Lexus UX?

    The 2023 Lexus UX is available in the following exterior finishes:

    • Sonic Quartz
    • Titanium
    • Sonic Chrome
    • Onyx
    • Graphite Black
    • Caliente
    • Khaki Metal
    • Celestial Blue (Luxury and Sports Luxury only)
    • Sonic Iridium (Luxury and Sports Luxury only) (NEW)
    • Carnelian (F Sport only)
    • White Nova (F Sport only)
    • Cobalt Mica (F Sport only)

    The UX is also available in the following interior colour schemes, depending on the variant.

    • Black
    • White Ash
    • Rich Cream
    • Hazel
    • F Sport Black
    • F Sport White
    • F Sport Flare Red

    The two-tone Cobalt interior from the pre-update range has been discontinued.

    Cost of Ownership

    What is the running, servicing and ownership costs of buying a Lexus UX?

    Servicing is required every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first, and the first three services are capped at $495.

    How it Drives

    Our expert take on Lexus UX drivability?

    2023 Lexus UX200 models are powered by a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine producing 126kW of power and 205Nm of torque, which now gets fuel-saving idle stop/start technology.

    It’s mated exclusively to a continuously-variable transmission (CVT) with drive sent to the front wheels only.

    UX250h models also use a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine with either one or two electric motors, and a 216V nickel-metal hydride battery pack. It’s also mated exclusively to a CVT.

    The petrol engine in the hybrid powertrain produces 107kW and 188Nm, with the front electric motor producing 80kW and 202Nm. The rear electric motor in E-Four all-wheel drive models produces an additional 5.3kW and 55Nm.

    Total system outputs for the hybrid powertrain, regardless of whether it has one or two electric motors, is 135kW.

    Lexus UX Safety Rating

    ANCAP Safety Rating Australia

    The Lexus UX has a five-star ANCAP safety rating based on testing conducted in 2019.

    All models received an adult occupant protection score of 96 per cent, child occupant protection score of 88 per cent, vulnerable road user protection score of 82 per cent and a safety assist score of 83 per cent.

    Standard safety features include:

    • AEB with pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection
    • Lane departure warning
    • Lane Tracing Assist
    • Traffic sign recognition
    • Adaptive cruise control with stop/go
    • Automatic high-beam
    • Parking assist monitor
    • Eight airbags

    All bar the base UX200 also feature blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.

    All 2023 Lexus UX models now receive a three-year complimentary Lexus Connected Services subscription which offers the following features:

    • Automatic collision notification
    • SOS emergency calling
    • Stolen vehicle tracking
    • Last known vehicle location
    • Recent trip information
    • Diagnostics data
    • Door lock status
    • Doors, windows, bonnet and boot status
    • Tyre pressures
    • Hazard light status

    The UX also has Lexus Remote Connect which allows owners to remotely start the engine, unlock or lock the boot, and activate the hazard lights and a buzzer.

    adult occupants
    child occupants
    pedestrians & cyclists
    collision avoidance

    Lexus UX Warranty

    What is the warranty period and kilometre limit for the Lexus UX?

    The 2023 Lexus UX is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty, like all new Lexus models.

    Servicing is required every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

    Lexus UX Infotainment

    What infotainment do you get within the range?

    This latest update to the UX brings a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, replacing the previous 10.3-inch unit.

    The new infotainment system now supports wireless Apple CarPlay, though you’ll still need to plug in to use Android Auto.

    There’s also DAB+ digital radio, satellite navigation, and an “expanded” 10-speaker system that replaces the previous eight-speaker system featured in the Luxury and F Sport grades.

    Customers can now use a voice command feature, triggered by the phrase “Hey Lexus”, that can perform functions like changing the radio station or automatically lower the windows.

    Using a inbuilt Data Communication Module (DCM), Lexus now offers a complimentary three-year subscription to Lexus Connected Services.

    This connected services system offers access to features such as cloud-based connected navigation with live traffic, automatic collision notification, SOS emergency calling, stolen vehicle tracking, recent trip information, plus more.

    Lexus UX Boot Space

    How much luggage or cargo capacity and boot space is there in the Lexus UX?

    The UX200 with 17-inch alloy wheels has a boot capacity of 419L, whereas with 18-inch alloy wheels it has a boot capacity of 424L. The UX250h has a boot capacity of 368L.

    Lexus UX Fuel Economy

    How much fuel does the Lexus UX use and what are its emissions?

    The 2023 Lexus UX range has the following claimed combined fuel economy figures:

    • UX200: 5.8L/100km
    • UX250h: 4.5L/100km
    • UX250h AWD: 4.7L/100km

    Lexus has added an idle stop/start function to the UX200’s 2.0-litre petrol engine for the 2023 model year that’s able to interact with Lexus Safety System+ features, such as adaptive cruise control.

    The UX200 has a 47L fuel tank and the UX250 has a 43L fuel tank.

    Depending on the variant, view the 2024 LEXUS UX300H fuel usage below.

    All Highway, City, and Combined figures below are litres per 100km

    VariantSeriesStyleFuel TypeHighwayCityCombinedE10?

    Lexus UX Dimensions

    The dimensions of the Lexus UX

    The 2023 Lexus UX measures in at 4495mm long1840mm wide, and 1520mm tall, with a 2640mm wheelbase.

    Models with 17-inch alloy wheels have a tyre repair kit, while those with 18-inch alloy wheels have run-flat tyres.

    Depending on the variant, the 2024 LEXUS UX300H measures as below.

    VariantSeriesStyleLength (mm)Width (mm)Height (mm)Wheelbase (mm)
    LUXURY HYBRIDMZAH11R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    LUXURY +EP1 HYBRIDMZAH11R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    F SPORT HYBRIDMZAH11R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    F SPORT +EP1 HYBRIDMZAH11R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    F SPORT +EP2 HYBRIDMZAH11R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    F SPORT HYBRID (AWD)MZAH16R4D WAGON4495184015202640
    LUXURYKMA10R4D WAGON4495184015452640
    SPORTS LUXURYKMA10R4D WAGON4495184015452640

    Lexus UX Market Fit

    Where does it fit in the competitor segment?

    The Lexus UX is categorised as a Small SUV and has a price range of $55,370 to $88,190.

    Should you buy the Lexus UX

    Is this the right car for you? Our experts buy or not guide.

    The Lexus UX is a lovely little SUV, with the emphasis on little.

    It’s the quietest, most comfortable compact crossover on the market, and has a properly upmarket feel when you get inside.

    The sense of luxury in some small SUVs is watered-down compared to their bigger siblings, but the UX feels like the real deal – a full-sized Lexus that’s been hit with a shrink ray.

    Points also go to the UX for offering an efficient, refined hybrid powertrain. If you live in the city, it’s hard to argue with the benefits of going hybrid.

    It’s just hard to recommend the model we tested, given it costs more than $60,000 before on-road costs. That money will buy you a base model NX, for example, or a mid-range BMW X1 with more space in the rear.

    Love the unique brand of luxury for which Lexus is known, but have a small garage? The UX is perfect.

    Want the most metal for your money? Best look elsewhere.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Enquiring through CarExpert is one of the easiest ways to order a new 2024 Lexus UX. We connect you with an accredited dealer/s and equip you with information on current deals, what others have paid, plus, our independent reviews and ratings. You can also call our friendly Concierge team whenever you need support - they remain on hand throughout the process to ensure you get the service (and value!) we demand of our partnered dealers.

    When you buy a new 2024 Lexus UX through CarExpert, speed, confidence and great value come standard.

    The Lexus UX range kicks off from $55,370 (plus on-road costs) for the "UX LUXURY HYBRID" variant and finishes at $88,190 (plus on-road costs) for the "UX SPORTS LUXURY" variant.

    The Lexus UX is built in Japan and is then shipped to Australia.

    Lexus suggested that owners service their Lexus UX every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

    The Lexus UX has a five star ANCAP safety rating out of five.

    The variants of the Lexus UX use Unleaded Petrol/electric or Electric.

    The Lexus UX has 4 doors.

    In our latest review the Lexus UX scored 7.7 out of 10. Read the full Lexus UX review here.

    The Lexus UX had a 4 year, 100,000km warranty.

    Exclusive Lexus UX Deals Await

    Save even more with a custom deal
    Get CarExpert in your corner and negotiate even more savings via our extensive dealer network.

    Find a deal

    When are you looking to buy? *