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Solid - Fuji red
If you want to give your Lexus UX a distinctly sporty look, then Fuji Red is by no means a bad choice - particularly as it’s a no-cost option. This vibrant shade of red really stands out against the UX’s black bumper surrounds and silver exterior accents, and complements the car’s distinct styling very nicely. It might not be the most popular colour choice on the used market, however.
Solid - Velvet black
Velvet Black makes for a smart colour choice if you want to go for a look that’s a bit more reserved, and don’t fancy shelling out for one of the pricier optional colours. As with all black cars, it’ll need a bit of extra work on your part to keep looking clean and shiny, and it’ll more easily show up any scratches or scrapes too. Still, it makes for a handsome option for the UX.
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Metallic - Celestial blue
This rich shade of metallic blue looks right at home on the Lexus UX, and really brings out many of the car’s distinctive styling lines. By opting for this colour, you’ll not only have a UX that easily stands out in a crowd, it’ll probably be in relatively high demand on the used market too - and that’s never a bad thing.
Metallic - F Sport White
This snazzy shade of white is only available on UX models in F Sport and F Sport Design trims. It contrasts excellently against all of the UX’s darker exterior trim pieces, and lends the SUV a distinctly athletic look - almost like a brand-new high-end pair of trainers. You’ll have to do a bit of additional cleaning over the winter months to keep it looking fresh, mind.
Metallic - Graphite black
As with Velvet Black, the Graphite Black option is a good colour to opt for if you fancy flying under the radar. Unlike that no-cost colour option, however, Graphite Black brings with it a snazzy bit of metallic sparkle that’ll look really smart when the car catches the sun. That said, it’ll really show road grime and dirt over the colder winter months.
Metallic - Terrane khaki
Terrane Khaki mixes green with undertones of grey and brown to striking effect. If you want a Lexus UX that looks decidedly posh, this is a great colour to go for - and chances are it’ll prove popular on the used market too. Next to the UX’s black and silver exterior trim, Terrane Khaki really stands out nicely, and it’ll likely do a good job of masking all the dust and dirt you’ll inevitably pick up over the winter.
Special metallic - Azure blue
The deep tones of Azure Blue are only available on UX models that are specified in F Sport or F Sport Design trim levels. It’s a darker shade than the Celestial Blue colour that’s available on other models, but it looks considerably smarter as a result. Against the UX F Sport’s gunmetal alloy wheels and black bumpers, it makes for an impressively attractive option.
Special metallic - Blazing carnelian
Blazing Carnelian is a rusty orange colour, with an impressive metallic sparkle to its finish. Keep it clean and you’ll find it looks fantastic in the sunshine, but it might not be the most in-demand colour option you could go for as far as the used car market is concerned. Still, if you want your Lexus UX to stand-out with a sporty, athletic look, then Blazing Carnelian makes for an attractive choice.
Special metallic - Sonic grey
Although Sonic Grey might make for a relatively conservative colour choice, that’s not to say it misses out on any style points. This darker shade of grey really looks fantastic when paired with the UX’s distinctive exterior lines and styling, and should prove to be in high-demand when you eventually decide to sell the car on. You shouldn’t have to spend an inordinate amount of time keeping it looking clean, too, as it’ll do a decent job of obscuring road grime.
Special metallic - Sonic platinum
Sonic Platinum is a classic shade of silver that’ll effectively mask road dirt, and prove popular with used car buyers. It’s one of the more reserved colours available for the UX, but this lighter shade still looks excellent when applied to the Lexus’ sharp body creases. It’ll be easy to keep clean too, which is always an added bonus.
Special metallic - Sonic titanium
In terms of tone, Sonic Titanium sits somewhere between Sonic Grey at the darker end of the scale and Sonic Platinum at the lighter end. This deep silver colour brings with it an attractive metallic effect, as well as subtle undertones of sandy gold. It too might be a more conservative colour choice, but it’s also one that will likely prove to be incredibly popular.
Special metallic - Sonic white
Along with its unique, eye-catching styling, opting for the Sonic White colour really lends the Lexus UX a fresh look. Contrasting smartly against the UX’s darker exterior trim pieces, its metallic effect will really pop when exposed to direct sunlight. That said, as with any white car, you’ll have to be prepared to put a bit of extra work in to keep it looking clean and fresh over winter.
Bi-tone paint - Azure blue/black roof
Bi-tone paint - Blazing carnelian/black roof
Bi-tone paint - F SPORT white/black roof
Bi-tone paint - Fuji red/black roof
Bi-tone paint - Sonic grey/black roof
Bi-tone paint - Sonic platinum/black roof