The 2021 Lexus UX 200 isn’t just the automaker’s smallest SUV, it’s the most affordable model in the whole line-up. Kicking off at $33k, the UX looks far more expensive than it actually is, with arguably the best example of Lexus’ at-times-divisive design language so far.
The oversized spindle grille doesn’t look quite so “Predator’s maw” here as on other Lexus models, and the sharp creasings and contours, chunky wheel arch extensions, and restrained application of chrome leave the UX looking more youthful than its siblings.
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