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This year, our vehicles have taken on a new role, from a hub for daily life to an escape from the monotonous days. Lexus has also added a little flair to their popular crossover models. The 2021 Black Line Special Edition models put the focus on unique styling packaged in an exclusive way. From bespoke seat belts and armrests to color-keyed over-fenders, these special editions deliver a suite of new experiences.

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Lexus of Albuquerque is excited to offer this 2021 Lexus UX UX 200 F SPORT. This Lexus includes: ACCESSORY PACKAGE Wheel Locks WIRELESS CHARGER PARKING ASSIST Rear Parking Aid F SPORT BASE PACKAGE F SPORT STEERING WHEEL W/PADDLE SHIFTERS.PRICE TO FOLLOW. Transmission w/Dual Shift Mode.Note - For third party subscriptions or services, please contact the dealer for more information.

Lexus is an industry leader when it comes to designing quality luxury crossovers and SUVs. And at Lexus of Wayzata, we have a great selection of the newest models including: RX, NX, GX, LX, and UX. Browse pictures and detailed information about the great selection of new Lexus crossovers and SUVs in the Ira Lexus of Danvers online inventory. Saved Vehicles Ira Lexus of Danvers. Sales Call Sales Phone Number (978) 739-8705. Service Call Service Phone.

A first: the 2021 Black Line special edition crossovers are offered on multiple powertrains, creating a driving experience that thrills the senses. New to the Black Line family, the NX debuts a hybrid power train in an F SPORT model. For convenience on the road to adventure, optional Park Assist and Power Rear Door are available. After long stretches indoors, getting out on the road tastes sweet.

The only: Exclusive to Lexus are Zero Haliburton® Travel Cases designed with the 2021 Black Line in mind: the Edge Lightweight 22-inch Continental Carry-on and a 26-inch Medium Travel Case.

Other singular elements in the 2021 Lexus Black Line Special Edition Crossover Lineup include:

Guest-Inspired Customization for RX

  • With production limited to 1,000 (750 units in gas and 250 in hybrid), the Black Line Edition RX F SPORT will not be seen everywhere, offering a change of scenery for eyes in need of new sights.
  • Unique add-ons include 20-inch darkened wheels, wheel locks, grille surround and a body side graphic on both side rockers. Black outer mirrors; F SPORT exterior badging; F SPORT front and rear performance dampers; front bumper and rear bumper round out the features.

Curated Color for NX

  • Three available exclusive colors shine: Ultra White, Obsidian and the all-new Grecian Water, complement to the blue hybrid badging on the front and back of the vehicle.
  • Distinctive interiors feature exclusive blue stitching on the soft touch points throughout, including the black NuLuxe® trim contoured seats, door panels, armrest and center console. For more visual charm, blue stitching is carried through to the floor and cargo mats.

Unique UX

  • The 2021 UX 250h F Black Line edition is limited to 1,000 models.
  • Three exterior colors set the standard: Eminent White Pearl, Caviar and Grecian Water. Each model is paired with color-keyed over-fenders to extend color all the way down to the wheel well.
  • Additional features include 18-inch wheels with a black finish and black lug nuts, black grille surround, blackened headlamps, black side mirrors and black roof rails.
  • Discover Black or Birch NuLuxe®-trimmed seats with blue accents and seat belts. The color contrast continues with exclusive floor and cargo mats and an unexpected flair that extends to the black-and-blue key gloves.

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Consumer Reports (CR) has published its annual vehicle reliability survey. The survey ranked cars, trucks, and SUV models on 17 potential trouble spots including engine, power equipment, body, and electronics. The cumulative score of a company’s models determines the brand’s overall reliability ranking for 2021 models.

The CR survey, which includes over 300,000 vehicles, determines predicted reliability for new vehicles on a 0-100 scale, with the average vehicle being between 41 and 60 points. The fewer the problems, the higher the score. Due to insufficient data, or brands not having enough vehicles, some brands and models were not included in these ratings.

The Most Reliable 2021 SUV

In the survey findings, the Lexus NX. The NX is the company’s entry-level compact crossover with a starting price under $40,000.

The NX blends interior comforts, with lots of standard safety features, and great reliability. It was just one model that helped push Lexus to 3rd overall in brand reliability ratings.

Overall, the top 5 most reliable SUVs in the reliability survey were the NX, Buick Encore, Lexus GX, Honda HR-V, and Hyundai Kona. These models cover the subcompact, compact, luxury, and full-size SUV categories.

The Least Reliable 2021 SUV

The CR survey found that the Ford Explorer was the least reliable SUV. The Explorer was plagued with problems in its engines, electronics, power equipment, body, and transmission. It scored a paltry 1 out of 100 in the reliability survey.

The Explorer, which was redesigned for 2020, was plagued by a rushed production. More specifically, this caused problems with faulty seats, digital displays with buggy software, and loose wiring harnesses.

“The Ford Explorer, redesigned for 2020, is one of the lowest scoring models from any manufacturer — domestic or foreign — this year” – Consumer Reports

The redesigned Ford Escape compact crossover didn’t perform much better. And the subcompact Ecosport crossover was another downer. Overall as a company, Ford did poorly finishing in the bottom 5.

The other lease reliable SUVs based on the survey were the Subaru Ascent, Volkswagen Atlas, Jeep Compass, and Volvo XC90.

The Least Reliable Car Brand

Ford’s luxury brand, Lincoln, finished as the lowest-rated brand for reliability overall. However, there were other manufacturers they didn’t have enough data to rank including Fiat, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, Mitsubishi, and Land Rover.

Lincolns were plagued with similar problems as described with the Explorer with the Aviator and Corsair having poor reliability.

Mazda Has the Most Reliable Cars

Overall, for the first time ever, Mazda ranked first as the brand with the most reliable vehicles. This is a big win for the Japanese automaker to dethrone Toyota and Lexus at the top spot of the annual vehicle reliability survey.

Mazda’s small CX-3, still subcompact CX-30, and compact CX-5 also performed well in reliability ratings, all scoring 85 or better.

These types of consistent results helped push Mazda into the most reliable car brand spot. We recently ranked the CX-30 on our best SUV list.

The Top 5 Most Reliable Car Brands

In 2020, Lexus took the top spot in the survey. The LS model didn’t fare as well this year and that contributed to dropping the luxury automaker to the third spot. Lexus’ parent company Toyota finished second in the reliability survey for 2021 models.

Buick and Honda rounded out the top five most reliable car brands. Honda’s midsize crossover, the Passport, had reported reliability problems.

What Helped Mazda Have the Most Reliable Vehicles?

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Based on the survey Mazda’s success with reliable vehicles is due in part to their use of more durable, six-speed automatic transmissions in lieu of continuously variable transmissions (CVTs).

CVT use is growing in popularity among automakers but they tend to be more fragile and less reliable. That means more repairs, more expense, and a lower reliability score.

Mazda has accomplished while still maintaining above-average fuel economy in their vehicles. And with their crisp handling and quality fit and finish, their vehicles are known to be fun to drive.

CR also noted that Mazda takes an iterative approach to vehicle design. Instead of making wholesale changes on models, they take a more gradual approach to change. This has lead to less flaws with defects and other unexpected flaws due to new technology.

Despite having less emphasis on cabin tech, Mazda still garners excellent safety ratings. It’s subcompact CX-3 model earned an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick+ award for its crash test ratings.

However, if you like touch screens, large infotainment systems, or other advanced tech, Mazda may not be the brand for you.

The Most Improved 2021 SUV

Buick was the most improved brand for reliability, jumping up 14 spots to the 4th spot overall among carmakers. Its subcompact crossover, the Encore, showed significant improvements in reliability and came in as the second most reliable crossover model.


Other brands that showed improvement in reliability included BMW, with its midsize X5 model making gains, Volvo, with its XC40 performing well, and Jeep with the Wrangler doing better.

German SUV Reliability

Porsche was the highest-ranked European automaker finishing 9th overall among automotive brands in the reliability survey.

Audi was in the middle of the pack. The A5 and A4 models both rated above average. However, its reliability rating was hurt by the subcompact Q3 crossover, the new tech-heavy midsize coupe crossover Q8, and its e-tron electric SUV. These models were found to have below or well below average reliability in the study.

Mercedes may do well on the innovation, comfort, and technology side but they didn’t fare well in reliability. Mercedes finished last among German automakers in the 20th spot.

Tesla Reliability

Tesla’s new Model Y crossover, unfortunately, didn’t fare so well in the CR reliability survey. Reported issues with fit and finish including misaligned body panels and mismatched paint tanked its rating.

The Model Y’s rating was much worse than average. It dragged the electric automaker down to the penultimate spot in the reliability rankings, ahead of only Lincoln.

Keep Reliability in Mind When Buying an SUV

Vehicle reliability is important as not only is it a major headache when your SUV is in the shop, it can be downright costly. Not only can it increase your maintenance and repair costs, but it also can decrease the resale value of your vehicle.

You can learn more about the CR reliability survey and get the overall brand ratings list here. To view how rating have changed over the past year, check out our most and least reliable 2020 SUVs article.

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