Lexus increases the price of the 2025 UX Hybrid to match the additional power

Lexus unveiled its car UX Hybrid Model year 2025, it is a hybrid car that has raised its price to match the additional power of the upcoming car.


According to Lexus, the 2025 UX300h has an EPA rating of 43 miles per gallon with front-wheel drive and 42 miles per gallon with all-wheel drive.


Impressively, these ratings outperform the less powerful UX250h, which is rated at 42 mpg with front-wheel drive and 39 mpg with all-wheel drive.


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Lexus UX Hybrid 2025 price


Buyers of the smallest Lexus UX Hybrid SUV will get more for 2025 but at a higher cost.


Enjoy the Lexus UX300h The 2025 model has a more powerful hybrid drivetrain, and we now know that its base prices are rising as well.


The base model is up just $800 and now starts at $37,490, but some trim levels are up more than $2,000.


The UX300h replaces the previous UX250h, and its revised gas-electric powertrain produces 196 horsepower, compared to 181 previously.


The front-wheel-drive model is equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor, while the all-wheel-drive system adds another electric motor to power the rear wheels for an additional $1,570.


The Premium trim level with more equipment costs $40,690, $1,540 more than last year.


Then there is a choice between two different F Sport models. The first, called F Sport Design, includes only the visual changes and costs $41,440, plus a $2,290 premium.


Lexus UX F Sport Handling price


The second model, F Sport Handling, costs $45,955 and includes suspension upgrades such as adaptive dampers.


Lexus hasn't said when the 2025 UX will be available at US dealerships, but it's already available to build on Lexus' website, so it shouldn't be long before customers can get their hands on one.


Interior of Lexus UX Hybrid 2025


Inside, Lexus ensures passengers know this is a luxury vehicle thanks to an attractively designed dashboard and premium materials.


Is characterized by UX Also standard features include dual-zone climate control and power-adjustable front seats.


The experience can be elevated with options such as heated and ventilated front seats, a head-up display, and more elegant materials. While the back seat is not at all spacious, it is also not as cramped as one might expect.


Unfortunately, the cargo area behind those seats is meager. We were only able to fit four carry-on bags in there; In comparison, the loading area of ​​the BMW X1  contains three additional bags.


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