The UX is a cleverly upcycled Toyota, but its unrefined powertrain breaks the premium spell.
In the tech world, UX refers to user experience. If a janky app makes you want to hurl your phone at the nearest brick wall, that’s a UX that needs improvement. And if a subcompact luxury crossover costs $42,945 but gets dusted by sub-$30,000 cars such as the Subaru Crosstrek, that’s a Lexus UX200 that needs improvement—or at least a lot more horsepower.
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