Lexus UX Oil Type

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Lexus UX

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You can find 7 different trims for the Lexus UX and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2019 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

Lexus’ subcompact crossover offering, the UX, was first released in 2018. Under Toyota’s luxury car division, there has only been a single generation to hit the markets.

The model is currently sold in roughly 80 countries across the globe.

The model is currently offered in a 200, 250h/260h, and 300e variant. All of these sit at the bottom of the Lexus SUV lineup, below the NX, RX, GX, and LX.

Interestingly, the 250h and 260h are the same model but the latter is sold as such in China.

These levels are each offered with a number of various trim levels. The most notable of these include the F Sport and Luxury. Each model size is offered in their respective base, followed by these two additional packages. There is also a further Handling package for the F Sport models.

Competition from outside of the Lexus range typically comes from the likes of the Volvo XC40, Jaguar E-Pace, and BMW X2.

Like most modern Lexus offerings, powertrain options were initially offered with either a petrol or hybrid option. Both of these were fitted with a 2.0 L inline-4 engine. However, Lexus announced that the petrol engine would be discontinued in 2023, leaving only the hybrid variant on offer.

The hybrid option is paired with either an 80 kW or a 150 kW synchronous electric motor. These are powered by either a 1.4 kWh or a 54.3 kWh battery.

The powertrains are paired with either a Direct Shift-CVT, an eCVT, or a single-speed automatic. This is entirely based on which model is selected.