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Katherine’s

Lexus NX 2021

300h F Sport Black Line

5.0

(7 trips)

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Lexus NX 2021

300h F Sport Black Line

5.0

(7 trips)

32 MPG

Hybrid

4 doors

Hosted by

Katherine
5.0
Katherine
16 tripsJoined Aug 2021

Typically responds in 32 minutes

Katherine has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Not only does the NX300 F Sport look the coolest, it's also the best to drive, with a standard adaptive suspension and G-force and turbo-boost gauges. We think its extra attitude is worth the upgrade, plus it adds the most comfortable and supportive sport seats in the segment. Nonhybrid models come standard with front-wheel drive, so if you want all-wheel drive, plan to add $1400 to the bottom line. The NX's high-quality interior is a retreat and its front seats are among the most comfortable, but it's beginning to show its age against newer, more contemporary rivals such as the Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLB-class. Its passenger space may not be as roomy as in some rivals and its exterior styling comes with large blind spots. With less headroom than the X1, the Lexus NX might feel tight for passengers in both the front and back seats. Legroom is a different story, where the Lexus delivers 42.8 inches of stretch-out space for front-seat occupants. Rear-seat legroom is also above average for the class. Second-row seats split and fold in a 60/40 configuration, but when they are flipped down, they don't lie flat. The rear seats offer recline adjustability and can be optioned with a power-folding feature throughout the lineup. With the rear seats folded, the NX has room for 18 carry-on suitcases. The NX's high-quality interior is a retreat and its front seats are among the most comfortable, but it's beginning to show its age against newer, more contemporary rivals such as the Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLB-class. Its passenger space may not be as roomy as in some rivals and its exterior styling comes with large blind spots. With less headroom than the X1, the Lexus NX might feel tight for passengers in both the front and back seats. Legroom is a different story, where the Lexus delivers 42.8 inches of stretch-out space for front-seat occupants. Rear-seat legroom is also above average for the class. Second-row seats split and fold in a 60/40 configuration, but when they are flipped down, they don't lie flat. The rear seats offer recline adjustability and can be optioned with a power-folding feature throughout the lineup. With the rear seats folded, the NX has room for 18 carry-on suitcases.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(5 ratings)

Reviews

Ernest S.

ErnestNov 9, 2021

Very nice lady very nice clean brand spanking new ride! Thanks Katherine!

Katherine's response

Thank you so much,Ernest! I’m happy to get your feedback 🤗

Ashley A.

AshleyOct 28, 2021

Katherine was a great host we extended our trip with no worries. The car was great it fit my family of 5 well!

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Ashley! I’m happy to get your feedback 🤗

Miriam M.

MiriamOct 11, 2021

Excellent service! Katherine was very attentive and the car was awesome and confortable for traveling with a kid.

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Miriam! Very glad to read your review 🤗

Brandon C.

BrandonAug 30, 2021

Perfect Turo experience. Great pick up + drop off. Great (almost new) Lexus. 100% clean and as-per-photos. If all Turo experiences were like this, rental car companies would go out of business.

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Brandon!!! Very glad to read your review🤗

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Lexus NX 2021

300h F Sport Black Line

5.0

(7 trips)

32 MPG

Hybrid

4 doors

Hosted by

Katherine
5.0
Katherine
16 tripsJoined Aug 2021

Typically responds in 32 minutes

Katherine has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Not only does the NX300 F Sport look the coolest, it's also the best to drive, with a standard adaptive suspension and G-force and turbo-boost gauges. We think its extra attitude is worth the upgrade, plus it adds the most comfortable and supportive sport seats in the segment. Nonhybrid models come standard with front-wheel drive, so if you want all-wheel drive, plan to add $1400 to the bottom line. The NX's high-quality interior is a retreat and its front seats are among the most comfortable, but it's beginning to show its age against newer, more contemporary rivals such as the Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLB-class. Its passenger space may not be as roomy as in some rivals and its exterior styling comes with large blind spots. With less headroom than the X1, the Lexus NX might feel tight for passengers in both the front and back seats. Legroom is a different story, where the Lexus delivers 42.8 inches of stretch-out space for front-seat occupants. Rear-seat legroom is also above average for the class. Second-row seats split and fold in a 60/40 configuration, but when they are flipped down, they don't lie flat. The rear seats offer recline adjustability and can be optioned with a power-folding feature throughout the lineup. With the rear seats folded, the NX has room for 18 carry-on suitcases. The NX's high-quality interior is a retreat and its front seats are among the most comfortable, but it's beginning to show its age against newer, more contemporary rivals such as the Audi Q3 and the Mercedes-Benz GLB-class. Its passenger space may not be as roomy as in some rivals and its exterior styling comes with large blind spots. With less headroom than the X1, the Lexus NX might feel tight for passengers in both the front and back seats. Legroom is a different story, where the Lexus delivers 42.8 inches of stretch-out space for front-seat occupants. Rear-seat legroom is also above average for the class. Second-row seats split and fold in a 60/40 configuration, but when they are flipped down, they don't lie flat. The rear seats offer recline adjustability and can be optioned with a power-folding feature throughout the lineup. With the rear seats folded, the NX has room for 18 carry-on suitcases.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(5 ratings)

Reviews

Ernest S.

ErnestNov 9, 2021

Very nice lady very nice clean brand spanking new ride! Thanks Katherine!

Katherine's response

Thank you so much,Ernest! I’m happy to get your feedback 🤗

Ashley A.

AshleyOct 28, 2021

Katherine was a great host we extended our trip with no worries. The car was great it fit my family of 5 well!

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Ashley! I’m happy to get your feedback 🤗

Miriam M.

MiriamOct 11, 2021

Excellent service! Katherine was very attentive and the car was awesome and confortable for traveling with a kid.

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Miriam! Very glad to read your review 🤗

Brandon C.

BrandonAug 30, 2021

Perfect Turo experience. Great pick up + drop off. Great (almost new) Lexus. 100% clean and as-per-photos. If all Turo experiences were like this, rental car companies would go out of business.

Katherine's response

Thank you so much, Brandon!!! Very glad to read your review🤗

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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