2025 Lexus Nx 450h Owner's Manual

2025 Lexus Nx 450h owners manual
Year:
2025
Make:
Lexus
Model:
Nx 450h

Online manual

Size:
18.33 MB

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
4
For your information
11
For your information
11
Information contained in this Owner’s Manual
11
Reading this manual
11
Precautions for safe driving
13
Noise from under vehicle after turning off the hybrid system
13
Usage of data collected through Connected service (U.S. mainland only)
13
General precaution regarding children's safety
13
Statement on Warranty Coverage for Aftermarket and Recycled Parts (For U.S. Owners)
14
Perchlorate Material
14
Pictorial index
15
Exterior
15
Instrument panel
18
Switches
20
Interior
23
Ceiling
24
1 Before driving
25
1-1. Using the dedicated floor mats
27
Using the dedicated floor mats correctly
27
Securing the floor mats
27
1-2. Important points for the plug-in hybrid system
29
Plug-in hybrid system features
29
System components
30
Plug-in hybrid system operation mode
32
Control when driving in each mode
35
Switching the plug-in hybrid system operation modes
37
Switching to the hybrid battery (traction battery) charge mode
38
Acoustic vehicle alerting system
39
Predictive efficient drive (predictive deceleration support)
39
Plug-in Hybrid system precautions
40
DC/DC converter air intake vent
42
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle driving tips
43
EV driving range
45
Tips for extending the EV driving range
45
1-3. Charging with the plug-in hybrid system
48
Important points for charging the hybrid battery (traction battery) of the plug-in hybrid system
48
Confirm the following before charging
49
Plug-in hybrid system charging equipment
52
Locking and unlocking the charging port lid and charging connector
52
Opening the charging port lid
55
Closing the charging port lid
56
Charging indicator
56
AC charging cable
57
Power sources that can be used
61
Charging the hybrid battery (traction battery) of the plug-in hybrid system
64
Charging methods
64
Charging-linked functions
64
Charging tips
67
Checking information related to charging
67
How to charge
68
Useful plug-in hybrid system charging functions
78
Charging schedule function and operation
78
My Room Mode mode function and operation
86
1-4. Vehicle load limits
89
Vehicle load limits
89
Vehicle load limit terminology and definitions
89
1-5. For safe driving with children on board
90
Riding with children
90
Seating positions for children
91
Preventing the rear doors from being opened from the inside of the vehicle (child-protector lock)
92
Child restraint system
93
Points to remember
93
Child restraint system installation method
94
Child restraint system fixed with a child restraint LATCH anchor
94
Laws and regulations pertaining to anchors
94
With rigid lower attachments
94
With flexible lower attachments
96
Using an anchor bracket (for top tether strap)
97
Child restraint system fixed with a seat belt
98
Installing a child restraint system to the front passenger's seat
103
Installing a child restraint system to the front passenger's seat
103
1-6. Entering/exiting the vehicle
104
Key types
104
Smart access system with push-button start
108
Digital Key
113
Digital key usage conditions
113
Digital key precautions
113
Opening/closing the doors
115
Opening the doors
116
Locking/unlocking the doors
118
Using the smart access system with push-button start
118
Operations using the wireless remote control
120
Using the door lock switches
120
Close & lock (walk away) function
120
Close & lock function
122
Theft deterrent system
124
Enable the immobilizer system
125
Setting the alarm system
125
Canceling/stopping the alarm system
126
Pre-alarm
126
Opening and closing the windows
127
Functions which aid in safe opening and closing of the windows
127
Operations using the power window switches
128
Operations using the wireless remote control
128
Prevent accidental operation of the windows
129
1-7. Loading luggage
130
Precautions for loading luggage into the luggage compartment
130
Calculating cargo capacity
132
Calculation formula for your vehicle
133
Back door functions and operation
134
Operating the back door using the smart access system with push-button start
138
Locking/unlocking the back door using the door lock switches
139
Back door operations using the wireless remote control
139
Back door operations using the back door operation switch inside the vehicle
140
Back door operations using the back door switch
140
Back door operations using the back door opener switch
140
Back door operations using the back door handle
141
Back door operations using the kick sensor (vehicles with Hands Free Power Back Door)
141
Back door reserve lock function
145
Adjusting the open position of the back door
145
Folding down the rear seat seatbacks
147
Fold the rear seatbacks
148
Return the rear seatbacks
148
Trailer towing (vehicles with towing package)
149
Trailer towing
149
Trailer towing (vehicles without towing package)
160
Dinghy towing
161
1-8. Obtaining the correct seating posture
162
Adjusting the seats
162
Adjusting the front seats
162
Adjusting the head restraints
163
Adjusting the rear seats
166
Using the seat belts
167
Fastening and releasing the seat belts
169
Adjusting the height of the front seat belts
170
Adjusting the steering wheel position
171
Adjusting the position of the steering wheel horizontally/vertically
171
Adjusting the mirror positions
172
Adjusting the position of the inside rear view mirror
172
Digital Rear-view mirror effort and caution
172
System components of the Digital Rear-view Mirror
173
Changing modes of the Digital Rear-view Mirror
173
Adjusting the Digital Rear-view Mirror
175
Cleaning the Digital Rear-view Mirror
177
If you notice any symptoms about the Digital Rear-view Mirror
178
Adjusting the angle of the outside rear view mirrors
181
2 Driving the vehicle
185
2-1. Starting and stopping the hybrid system
186
Starting the hybrid system
186
Starting the hybrid system
186
Changing the power switch mode
188
Stopping the hybrid system
190
Stopping the hybrid system
190
2-2. Driving procedures
192
Driving procedure
192
Breaking in your new Lexus
195
Intended use of each shift position
196
Changing the shift position
198
Shift position display and how to change the shift position
198
Keeping the shift position in N without activating the automatic P position selection function
202
Starting off
203
Starting off on an incline
203
Operations when turning left or right or changing lanes
204
Changing the shift range
205
Selecting shift ranges in the D position
205
Selecting shift ranges in the S position
206
2-3. Parking the vehicle
207
When parking the vehicle
207
Precautions for when the vehicle is stopped or parked
207
Exhaust gas precautions
208
Stopping
209
Parking the vehicle
211
Parking brake operation
211
Garage door opener and its performance
215
2-4. Refueling
223
Refueling
223
Opening the fuel tank cap
223
Precautions for refueling
224
Close the fuel tank cap
225
3 Driving according to the conditions
227
3-1. Driving when the surrounding area is dark
228
Using the headlights
228
Turning the headlights on/off
228
Turning on the high beam headlights
231
Operation of the cornering lights
231
Operation of the AFS (Adaptive Front-lighting System)
231
Operation of the automatic headlight leveling system
232
Automatically changing between the low beam headlights and high beam headlights
233
AHS (Adaptive High-beam System)
233
AHB (Automatic High Beam)
237
3-2. Driving when the surrounding area is bright
241
Using the sun visors
241
Inside rear view mirror anti-glare function (vehicles with auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror)
242
Digital Rearview Mirror anti-glare function (optical mirror mode)
243
3-3. Driving in the rain
244
Precautions for driving in the rain
244
Ensuring visibility in the rain
245
Using the front wipers
245
Using the front washers
247
Using the rear wipers
248
Using the rear washer
250
3-4. Driving when the windows or mirrors are fogged up
252
Defog the windshield
252
Defog the rear window
254
Defog the outside rear view mirrors
255
3-5. Driving when it is cold
256
Preparing for cold weather
256
Necessary inspection items
256
Mounting winter tires
256
When using tire chains
256
Cold weather driving tips
259
Things to check before driving in cold weather
259
Precautions for driving in cold weather
259
Precautions for parking in cold weather
259
Warming the windshield to allow frozen wipers to be moved
260
3-6. Driving in low visibility conditions
261
Fog light illumination
261
Using the fog lights
261
Sounding the horn
262
3-7. Utility vehicle precautions
263
Utility vehicle precautions
263
Utility vehicle feature
263
Off-road driving
264
3-8. Changing the driving characteristics
266
Driving modes
266
Characteristics of each driving mode
266
Changing the driving mode
268
Trail Mode (AWD vehicles)
270
3-9. Brake hold system
272
Brake hold system
272
Turns the brake hold system on
272
4 Interior features
275
4-1. Favorite settings
276
My Settings
276
4-2. Adjusting the preferred driving position
278
Enabling easier driver entry and exit (Power easy access system)
278
Driving position registration/recall/deletion
279
Registering a driving position into memory (position memory function)
279
Recalling a driving position (position memory function)
280
Registering/canceling/recall a driving position to an electronic key (memory recall function) (vehicles with a My Settings function)
281
Registering/canceling/recall a driving position to an electronic key (memory recall function) (vehicles without a My Settings function)
282
4-3. Adjusting the temperature/environment inside the vehicle
285
Comfortable condition to be maintained without adjusting each system (Lexus Climate Concierge)
285
Lexus Climate Concierge
285
Automatically controllable functions
285
Air conditioning controls
287
Option screen switch
290
Adjusting the position of and opening and closing the air outlets
296
Heated steering wheel
298
Turn the steering heater ON/OFF
298
Seat heaters
299
Turn the front seat heaters ON/OFF
299
Turns the rear seat heaters on/off
300
Seat ventilators
301
Turn the seat ventilators (front) ON/OFF
301
Using the moon roof
302
Functions which aid in safe opening and closing of the moon roof
303
Opening the moon roof
303
Closing the moon roof
304
Tilting up the moon roof
304
Tilting down the moon roof
304
Using the panoramic moon roof
305
Functions which aid in safe opening and closing of the panoramic moon roof
305
Opening the panoramic moon roof
306
Closing the panoramic moon roof
306
Tilting up the panoramic moon roof
307
Tilting down the panoramic moon roof
307
Opening and closing the electronic sunshade
308
Functions which aid in safe opening and closing of the electronic sunshade
308
Opening the electronic sunshade
309
Closing the electronic sunshade
309
4-4. Illuminating the interior
310
Using the interior lights
310
Location of the interior lights
310
Interior lights
311
Personal lights
312
4-5. Using the interior features
314
Location of the storage features
314
Using the auxiliary boxes
315
Location of the card holders
316
Using the glove box
316
Use the cup holders
316
Locations of the bottle holders
317
Using the console box
318
Using the coin box
319
Convenient interior features
320
Function and operation of the USB charging port
320
Function and operation of the power outlet (12 VDC)
322
Function and operation of the wireless charger
323
Using the armrest
329
Assist grip functions and operation
330
Locations of coat hooks
330
Using the vanity mirrors
331
4-6. Using the luggage compartment
332
Using the cargo hooks
332
Using the cargo net hooks
333
Using the grocery bag hooks
334
Deck board
335
Opening the deck board
335
Storing items in the deck under tray
336
Stowing the luggage cover
337
5 Vehicle status information and indicators
339
5-1. Functions and displays of the meter
340
Warning lights and indicators
340
List of warning lights
340
List of indicators
343
Gauges and meters (except F SPORT models)
348
Hybrid system indicator
352
Changing between the tachometer/hybrid system indicator/speedometer displays
352
Changing the distance driven display/resetting the distance driven
354
Gauges and meters (F SPORT models)
355
Rev indicator/Rev peak display
359
5-2. Functions of the displays
360
Multi-information display (vehicles without a head-up display)
360
Multi-information display (vehicles with a head-up display)
362
Head-up display
364
Displayed content
367
Operating the meters/displays
367
Display of drive information
368
Driving support system information display
376
Audio system-linked display
377
Navigation system-linked display
377
Pop-up display information
377
Items displayed when the power switch is turned off
379
5-3. Changing the settings of the displays
380
Changing the instrument panel light brightness
380
Changing settings for the head-up display
381
6 Driving support system
383
6-1. Features of the safe driving support functions
384
Driving assist systems
384
3 software update
391
3 Owner's Manual
391
3 version
391
Updating the software
392
3
394
3
396
6-2. Using the safe driving support functions
403
Pre-Collision System
403
PCS (Pre-Collision System)
403
Lane Tracing Assist
415
LTA (Lane Tracing Assist)
415
Lane Change Assist
420
LCA (Lane Change Assist)
420
Lane Departure Alert
424
LDA (Lane Departure Alert)
424
Proactive driving assist
430
PDA (Proactive Driving Assist)
430
Front Cross Traffic Alert
436
FCTA(Front Cross Traffic Alert)
436
Road Sign Assist
439
RSA (Road Sign Assist)
439
Dynamic radar cruise control
442
Dynamic radar cruise control
442
Cruise Control
454
Cruise control
454
Emergency Driving Stop System
460
Emergency Driving Stop System
460
Blind Spot Monitor
463
Purpose of the Blind Spot Monitor
463
Turning the Blind Spot Monitor system on/off
466
Safe Exit Assist
469
Purpose of the Safe Exit Assist
469
Turning the safe exit assist system ON/OFF
472
Intuitive parking assist
475
System components
475
Turning the intuitive parking assist function ON/OFF
475
Sensor detection display, object distance
480
Intuitive parking assist buzzer
482
Intuitive parking assist object warning function (vehicles with Advanced Park)
483
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
486
Purpose of the RCTA (Rear cross traffic alert) function
486
RCTA function
491
Changing the RCTA settings
492
RCD (Rear Camera Detection)
494
System component
495
RCD display
495
Turning the RCD function on/off
495
When a pedestrian is detected
495
PKSB (Parking Support Brake)
499
PKSB (Parking Support Brake) system
499
Enabling/Disabling the Parking Support Brake
500
Display and buzzer for hybrid system output restriction control and brake control
501
System overview
502
Parking Support Brake function (static objects front and rear of the vehicle/static objects around the vehicle)
504
Parking Support Brake function (moving vehicles rear of the vehicle)
509
Parking Support Brake function (pedestrians rear of the vehicle)
511
Lexus Teammate Advanced Park
514
Function description
514
Functions
514
Types of cameras and sensors used for the Advanced Park
522
Turning the Advanced Park system on/off
525
Advanced Park guidance screens
526
Perpendicular parking (forward/reverse) function
528
Advanced Park perpendicular exiting (forward/reverse) function
531
Advanced Park parallel parking function
534
Advanced Park parallel exiting function
538
Advanced Park memory function
540
Remote control function
547
Advanced Park cancelation/suspension
553
Changing the Advanced Park settings
555
Changing the Remote Park app settings
557
Advanced Park displayed messages
557
Hybrid system output restriction when the accelerator pedal and brake pedal are depressed at the same time
559
Purpose of the brake override system
559
Sudden start restraint control
560
Sudden start restraint control (Drive-Start Control [DSC])
560
6-3. Reducing impact to the occupants in a collision
561
Reducing impact to passengers in a collision
561
Seat belt pretensioners
561
SRS airbags
562
Front passenger occupant classification system
572
Front passenger occupant classification system conditions and operation
574
7 Wireless communication
577
7-1. Connected Services
578
Safety Connect
578
System components
578
Services
578
Subscription
579
Safety Connect LED light Indicators
580
Safety Connect services
580
Safety information for Safety Connect
581
Remote Connect
582
Remote Connect subscription
582
Service Connect
583
8 Maintenance and care
585
8-1. Exterior maintenance and care
586
Washing the vehicle
586
Using an automatic car wash
587
Using a high pressure washer to wash the vehicle
588
Cleaning the wheels and wheel ornaments
589
Cleaning the bumpers
589
Cleaning and protecting the plated portions
589
Cleaning the exterior lights
590
Cleaning the windshield
590
Waxing the vehicle
591
8-2. Cleaning and protecting the vehicle interior
592
Cleaning the vehicle interior
592
Cleaning the areas with satin-finish metal accents
594
Cleaning the leather areas
595
Cleaning the synthetic leather areas
596
Cleaning DC/DC converter air intake vent
597
Cleaning the DC/DC converter air intake vent
597
8-3. Maintenance
602
Maintenance requirements
602
Scheduled maintenance outline
603
Resetting the message indicating maintenance is required
603
Resetting the engine oil change message
603
Do-it-yourself maintenance
604
General maintenance
605
Engine compartment maintenance items list
606
Luggage compartment maintenance item list
607
Vehicle interior maintenance items list
608
Vehicle exterior maintenance items list
609
Emission inspection and maintenance (I/M) programs
610
When the malfunction indicator lamp comes on
610
Situations your vehicle may not pass the I/M test
610
When the malfunction indicator lamp still remains on after several driving trips
610
When your vehicle does not pass the I/M test
610
8-4. Inspection of consumables
611
Do-it-yourself service precautions
611
Maintenance
611
Opening the hood
613
Engine compartment
614
Engine compartment components
614
Checking the engine oil
614
Adding engine oil
616
Checking the coolant
618
Checking the radiator and condenser
619
Checking the brake fluid
619
Adding washer fluid
622
12-volt battery
623
12-volt battery location
623
Removing the 12-volt battery cover
624
Checking the 12-volt battery
624
Air conditioning filter maintenance
626
Checking interval
626
Replacing the air conditioning filter
626
8-5. Tire maintenance
628
Tire maintenance
628
Tire inspection items
629
Run-flat tire features
632
Operation of the tire pressure warning system
633
Installing tire pressure warning valves and transmitters
635
Registration of the position of each wheel after performing a tire rotation
636
Setting the tire pressure
637
Registering ID codes
640
Selecting wheel set
642
Checking tire inflation pressure
644
Checking the specified tire inflation pressure
645
Tire inflation pressure inspection and adjustment procedure
645
Lifting the vehicle with a floor jack
646
Front jack point position
646
Rear jack point position
646
Rotating the tires
647
Wheels
648
Wheel selection
648
Aluminum wheel precautions
649
Replacing the tire
650
Preparation for lifting the vehicle with a jack
650
Storage position of the tools and jack
651
Taking out the jack
652
Removing a tire
652
Installing the tire
655
Headlight aim
659
Vertical movement adjusting bolts
659
Checking the headlight aim
659
Adjusting the headlight aim
660
9 When trouble arises
661
9-1. What to do if a problem occurs while driving
663
What to do if a problem occurs while driving
663
Using the emergency flashers to warn other drivers
663
Stopping the vehicle in an emergency
663
If the vehicle is submerged or water on the road is rising
664
Operation of emergency shut off system
665
9-2. If a warning is indicated on the meter
666
If a warning light turns on/flashes
666
Brake system warning light (warning buzzer)
666
Brake system warning light (warning buzzer)
666
High coolant temperature warning light (warning buzzer)
667
Hybrid system overheat warning light (warning buzzer)
667
Charging system warning light (warning buzzer)
667
Low engine oil pressure warning light (warning buzzer)
668
Malfunction indicator lamp
668
SRS warning light
668
ABS warning light (warning buzzer)
669
Inappropriate pedal operation warning light (warning buzzer)
670
Electric power steering system warning light (warning buzzer)
670
Low fuel level warning light
671
Driver’s and front passenger’s seat belt reminder light (warning buzzer)
671
Rear passengers’ seat belt reminder light (warning buzzer)
672
Tire pressure warning light (warning buzzer)
672
Intuitive parking assist OFF indicator (warning buzzer)
675
PCS warning light (warning buzzer)
675
LTA indicator (warning buzzer)
676
LDA indicator (warning buzzer)
676
Dynamic radar cruise control indicator (warning buzzer)
676
Cruise control indicator (warning buzzer)
676
PDA indicator (warning buzzer)
676
Driving assist information indicator
677
Slip indicator
677
Parking brake indicator
678
Brake hold operated indicator (warning buzzer)
678
If a warning message is displayed
679
Engine Oil Level Low Add or Replace
679
Hybrid System Stopped Steering Power Low
679
Auto Power OFF to Conserve Battery
680
Shift is in N Release Accelerator Before Shifting
680
Press brake when vehicle is stopped Hybrid system may overheat
680
12-Volt Battery Charging System Malfunction Stop in a Safe Place See Owner's Manual
680
Traction battery needs to be protected. Shift into P to restart.
680
Traction battery needs to be protected. Refrain from the use of N position.
681
Hybrid System Overheated Output Power Reduced
681
Tire Set Switching Incomplete Try Tire Set Registration Again See Owner's Manual
683
Maintenance Required For Traction Battery At Your Dealer
683
Headlight System Malfunction Visit Your Dealer
683
AWD System Overheated Switching to 2WD Mode
683
AWD System Overheated 2WD Mode Engaged
684
AWD System Malfunction 2WD Mode Engaged Visit Your Dealer
684
Engine Coolant Temp High Stop in a Safe Place See Owner's Manual
684
Access System with Elec.Key malfunction See owner's manual
684
Braking Power Low Stop in a Safe Place See Owner's Manual
684
Oil pressure low Stop in a safe place See owner's manual
685
High Power Consumption Power to Climate Temporarily Limited
685
A message that indicates the need for visiting your Lexus dealer
685
A New Key has been Registered Contact Your Dealer for Details
685
Parking Brake Temporarily Unavailable
685
EPB Activation Stopped Incompletely
686
Parking Brake Unavailable
686
Brake Hold Malfunction Press Brake to Deactivate Visit Your Dealer
686
Maintenance required for DCDC converter cooling parts See Owner's Manual
686
Engine Maintenance Required Visit Your Dealer
686
EV Mode Unavailable
687
Charging Stopped Due to Pulled Charging Connector
687
Charging Complete Limited Charge Due to Battery Temp
688
Charging Stopped Check Charging Source
689
Charging Stopped High Energy Use See Owner's Manual
690
Charging System Malfunction See Owner's Manual
690
The Traction Battery Temp is low System put priority on charging to preserve battery condition (Alaska and Canada only)
690
Engine Started to Clean System EV Driving Unavailable
691
No New Fuel has been Added Recently Please refuel
691
Shift System Malfunction Shifting Unavailable Drive to a Safe Place and Stop
691
Shift System Malfunction Driving Unavailable
691
Messages and warnings: Information
691
Shift System Malfunction Apply Parking Brake Securely When Parking See Owner's Manual
692
P Switch Malfunction Apply Parking Brake Securely When Parking See Owner's Manual
692
Shift System Unavailable Apply Parking Brake Securely When Parking See Owner's Manual
692
Shift System Malfunction See Owner's Manual
692
Shift System Malfunction Stop in a Safe Place See Owner's Manual
692
Battery Low Shifting Unavailable See Owner's Manual
692
Key Battery Low Replace Key Battery
693
System Malfunction Visit Your Dealer
693
System Stopped See Owner's Manual
694
System Stopped Front Camera Low Visibility See Owner's Manual
696
System Stopped Front Camera Out of Temperature Range Wait until Normal Temperature
697
System Stopped Front Radar Sensor Blocked Clean Radar Sensor
698
System Stopped Front Radar Sensor Out of Temperature Range Wait until Normal Temperature
698
System Stopped Front Radar In Self Calibration See Owner's Manual
699
Unavailable Activation Condition not Satisfied See Owner's Manual
699
Cruise Control Unavailable See Owner's Manual
699
Parking Assist Unavailable Low Visibility See Owner's Manual
700
Parking Assist Unavailable Sensor Blocked
700
System Stopped Check Side Mirror Status Reopen Side Mirrors
700
Check Engine
701
Hybrid System Malfunction
701
Accelerator System Malfunction
701
Plug-in Charging System Malfunction
701
Traction battery system malfunction
701
Hybrid System Stopped
701
Engine stopped No Fuel
702
9-3. If the hybrid system will not start
703
What to do when the hybrid system will not start
703
When the hybrid system cannot be started even though the correct starting procedure is being followed
703
When the interior lights or headlights are dim and the hybrid system cannot be started
705
When the interior lights or headlights do not illuminate and the hybrid system cannot be started
711
When the horn sounds at a low volume and the hybrid system cannot be started
712
When the horn does not sound and the hybrid system cannot be started
712
9-4. If a tire is flat
714
Repairing a tire with the emergency tire puncture repair kit (vehicles with an emergency tire puncture repair kit)
714
Preparing to use the emergency tire puncture repair kit
714
Storage position of the emergency tire puncture repair kit and tool
715
Emergency tire puncture repair kit details/name of each part
716
Taking out the emergency tire puncture repair kit
718
Repairing a flat tire
718
Precautions for when you have a flat tire
727
9-5. If the 12-volt battery is discharged
728
Restarting the hybrid system when the 12-volt battery is discharged
728
9-6. If a door cannot be opened or locked
732
If a key has been lost
732
When the doors/windows/moon roof cannot be operated using an electronic key
733
Replace the electronic key battery
733
Using the mechanical key
736
If a door cannot be opened using the door opener switch
739
Operating a manual release handle
739
If the rear doors cannot be opened from the inside
742
If the back door cannot be opened
743
9-7. If the moon roof/sunshade malfunctions
744
If the moon roof does not operate correctly
744
If the moon roof closes but then re-opens slightly
744
If the moon roof tilts down but then tilts back up
744
If the panoramic moon roof/electronic sunshade does not operate correctly
745
Initializing panoramic moon roof / electronic sunshade
745
9-8. If refueling cannot be performed
746
If the fuel filler door cannot be opened
746
9-9. If the plug-in hybrid system cannot be used normally
747
If the hybrid battery (traction battery) of the plug-in hybrid system cannot be charged
747
If the charging port lid does not open
747
The power source indicator on the CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device) does not illuminate, even though the plug is connected to an external power source.
748
The error warning indicator on the CCID (Charging Circuit Interrupting Device) flashes.
749
Charging indicator of the charging port does not illuminate, even though charging connector is connected.
749
When the charging indicator on the charging port is blinking
750
If the charging connector cannot be disconnected from the AC charging inlet
751
If the charging connector cannot be unlocked
751
When a malfunction occurs during charging
753
If the charging schedule function does not operate normally
755
Cannot charge at desired time
755
Cannot change Next charging event from smartphone application
755
Charging starts, even though charging schedule is registered
755
Charging ends earlier than time set in Departure time
756
Charging is not complete, even though it is time set in Departure time
757
Charging does not start, even though it is time set inStart at set time
757
9-10. If an indicator on an interior feature illuminates or flashes
758
When the wireless charger indicator light illuminates/flashes
758
When the wireless charger indicator light on the charging tray continuously flashes once per second (green)
758
When the wireless charger indicator light on the charging tray continuously flashes once per second (orange)
758
When the wireless charger operation indicator light on the charging tray illuminates (green)
758
When the wireless charger indicator light on the center display continuously flashes 4 times quickly (orange)
760
9-11. If the vehicle cannot move
761
What to do when the vehicle cannot move
761
When a hybrid system warning message is displayed and the vehicle does not move
761
If the hybrid transmission makes abnormal sounds
761
Towing with a tow truck
762
Towing with a tow truck
762
Using a flatbed truck
764
Towing with another vehicle
765
Emergency towing (vehicles with towing eyelet)
765
Situations when it is not possible to be towed by another vehicle (vehicles with towing eyelet)
765
Emergency towing procedure (vehicles with towing eyelet)
765
Getting unstuck from mud, sand, or snow
768
9-12. If you think something is wrong
769
If a vehicle abnormality is found
769
If abnormal sounds are emitted from the vehicle
770
If the vehicle behaves abnormally
771
9-13. Items to check before contacting a dealership
772
If the windows do not open or close by operating the power window switches
772
Initializing power window
772
The power switch is turned off automatically
774
If your vehicle overheats
775
The high coolant temperature warning light comes on or Engine Coolant Temp High Stop in a Safe Place See Owner's Manual is displayed on the multi-information display
775
If electrical components cannot be used or do not operate when a switch is operated
778
Checking and replacing fuses
778
If a light does not illuminate
782
Light bulbs
782
10 Vehicle specifications
785
10-1. Specifications
786
Maintenance data (fuel, oil level, etc.)
786
Dimensions and weight
786
Seating capacity
786
Vehicle identification
786
Engine
787
Fuel
788
Electric motor (traction motor)
788
Hybrid battery (traction battery)
788
Lubrication system
789
Cooling system
790
Ignition system (spark plug)
790
Electrical system
791
Hybrid transmission
791
Rear differential (Rear electric motor)
791
Brakes
791
Steering
792
Tires and wheels
792
Light bulbs
793
Fuel information
794
Tire information
797
Typical tire symbols
797
Typical DOT and Tire Identification Number (TIN)
798
Tire size
798
Tire section names
799
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
799
Glossary of tire terminology
801
10-2. Customizable features
807
User customization function outline
807
Method to change settings
808
Setting on the center display
808
Customizable features
809
Predictive efficient drive
809
Gauges, meters and multi-information display
809
Head-up Display
810
Steering wheel switches (vehicles with a head-up display)
810
Door lock
811
Power back door
812
Smart access system with push-button start and wireless remote control
813
Smart access system with push-button start
814
Wireless remote control
815
Driving position memory
815
Outside rear view mirrors
816
Power windows, and moon roof or panoramic moon roof
816
Moon roof
816
Automatic light control system
817
Lights
817
Adaptive High-beam System
818
Pre-Collision System
818
Front Cross Traffic Alert
819
Lane Departure Alert system
819
Lane Change Assist
819
Driver break suggestion
819
Curve speed reduction
820
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
820
Proactive Driving Assist
820
Road Sign Assist
820
Intuitive parking assist
821
Parking assist volume
821
BSM (Blind Spot Monitor)
822
Safe Exit Assist
822
RCTA (Rear Cross Traffic Alert)
822
RCD (Rear camera detection)
823
PKSB (Parking Support Brake)
823
Lexus Teammate Advanced Park
823
Driving mode select switch
825
Automatic air conditioning system
825
Illumination
827
Charging system
828
Power switch
829
10-3. Initialization
830
Items to initialize
830
11 For owners
831
11-1. For owners
832
Reporting safety defects for U.S. owners
832
Reporting safety defects for Canadian owners
833
Seat belt instructions for Canadian owners (in French)
834
Utilisation des ceintures de sécurité
834
Traitement des ceintures de sécurité
834
SRS airbag instructions for Canadian owners (in French)
835
Coussins gonflables SRS
835
Headlight aim instructions for Canadian owners (in French)
841
Boulons de réglage du mouvement vertical
841
Vérification du réglage des phares
841
Réglage du faisceau des phares
842
Supplement
843
Accessories, spare parts and modification of your Lexus
843
Cyber Attack Risk
843
Vehicle data recording
843
Event data recorder
845
Precautions for installation of a mobile two-way radio system
846
Precautions for scrapping your Lexus
847
QR code
847
Index
848
Certification
860
Millimeter wave radar sensor
860
Smart access system with push-button start/Advanced Park (Remote Controlled)
861
Digital Key
867
Immobilizer system
871
Tire pressure warning system
873
Safety Connect
875
BSM (Blind Spot Monitor)
878
Wireless charger
879
Garage door opener
881
Intuitive parking assist
882

FAQ about the 2025 Lexus Nx 450h Manual

What contains the 2025 Nx 450h manual?

The Lexus Nx 450h owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Lexus to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Lexus Nx 450h. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Lexus Nx 450h 2025 owner's manual:

  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings
  • Customer Assistance, with contact information for customer support
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • A brief overview of the vehicle and specifications

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The Lexus Nx 450h (2025) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2025 is available in English.

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