Lexus NX 200t Research & Reviews

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  • NX cruzin' - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    Absolutely love the styling of this car and the paint is fantastic... I got metal flake red. My car is brand new so I'm still getting used to it but I have only two minor complaints so far...there is no digital clock available and the front seat storage is not as good as in my old '09 RAV 4. The interior fit and finish is fantastic and I love the cream color leather seats trimmed in black... goes great with the car.

  • NX 200t - 2017 Lexus NX 200t
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    Had this vehicle a month, there is nothing about it I do not like, the back up camera has saved me from being hit, the lane assist is awesome, the seats are comfortable front and back, it is quiet inside, great look outside, had plenty of compliments on it. The technology is understood and I'm older, the sound system is great, corners great, love the suspension settings, the headlights work great. Man if your in the market for a vehicle of this size, there is absolutely nothing else that compares this is a luxury car with a fun drive when you ask it to be fun. Go get yourself one before their all gone.

  • great compact SUV - 2017 Lexus NX 200t
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    I drive 90k Porsche Cayenne. Everythings're very comparable to my car, off course leather, dash, stereo system you'd expect to be not as nice as mine. I only prefer not to use touch screen - I don't want finger prints on my screen - trust me on this. My wife's car is 2010 RX450H. I prefer drivability of the 2017 NX200T over her car. This is simply because this car is much lighter. Major improvements on all controls over 2010 RX450H with this car. I highly recommend this car to anyone who's market for the SUV of this size. She rides great on snow.

  • Very Happy!! - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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  • Happy Wife, Happy Life - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    First of all, I don't get it when people whine about the car AFTER they buy it. That's what due diligence is for. Want leather - get the upgrade; concerned about cargo space - open the liftgate and scope it out; want a little snazz - get the F Sport like we did with red and black interior and trade off on the material. That said, there's really nothing not to like about the car. I don't pay much attention to race track details like acceleration time zero to sixty, just how the car moves and handles in normal driving conditions, and there's enough power and nimbleness to get you through 99% of what you'll experience on the road every day. Love the seat memory system and the power liftgate. No complaints anywhere else. We've had the car for over three months now, and best of all, wife loves it, which makes my day.

  • i was hoping to fall in love.... - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    First, let me say that the NX200 will be a great choice for many drivers. Especially those who had an RX300 in the past, as i did, and found that their RX450 (or 350) is larger than they'd like. (and heavier too). I've been a little frustrated with the way that Lexus has evolved. The front grill is apparently designed with a younger generation in mind. And car chassis keeps getting longer and wider, and less fun to drive. So, i anticipated the NX eagerly, as the "fix". Don't get me wrong. The NX is fun to drive. Smooth. Handles well. Accelerates nicely. And has the smaller footprint for parking and driving around town. 2 problems are deal killers for me: 1) the cabin cargo area is too small for my large dog. And specifically, not tall enough. The RX300, while much smaller than my RX450, had a much taller cargo area than the 450. The cargo height problem is much worse on the NX, making it a show stopper. 2) The other concern is that the front seats on the NX curve forward at the top, in a way i'm not fond of. I could have gotten used to the seats, but the cargo area was a killer. Ironically, much smaller SUVs, like the BMW X1, are better in cabin height - which is surprising. And certainly the Audi Q5 and Mercedes GLC.... let alone the Subaru Forester offer far more viable choices for me and my dog. Frustrating as i'm a big Lexus fan of many years. YMMV (your mileage may vary)

  • New 2016 NXt AWD first drive and impressions - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    Great car! Picked it up new a week ago and have had the pleasure of driving around town and a snow trip up to Flagstaff for a ski trip. It handles great around town and performed just as well on the 400 mile round trip to break in the AWD on snow. The car handles like a dream and very similar to the older 2008 328i I previously owned. I was pleasantly surprised how well the SUV handled the elevation change from 1000 feet up to 9500 feet. The turbo is flawless and at all times felt adequately powered. Several times I was surprised I was traveling too fast and had to use the cruise control to not break the law. The AWD performed well on the nasty road up to the ski slopes. I was deciding between this SUV and Subaru offerings. I feel I made the right decision and could not tolerate a 10 week wait for a 3.6 liter alternative. This SUV is extremely comfortable and a joy to drive. All riders tell me how sweet this Lexus drives. This is my 4th Lexus and the best so far.

  • Little to Love - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    I had my heart set on getting my RX. But when I got there, I learned that it got bigger, wider, and heavier. Why? It was not a perfect midsize car anymore. So I got the NX but was disappointed. I was fine test driving it around the corner, but not loving after the first full day driving and owning it. It needs to be taller and a little bigger! The analog clock is fine. Then I thought there was a digital clock at least on the navigation, but No!!! Also there was less safety options on the NX than the RX has to offer. I felt that I settle for a little too much for the NX. It's my first luxury car, but it might be my last Lexus.

  • Great & Stylish Small Crossover - 2015 Lexus NX 200t
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    We recently purchased this vehicle on 12/19/14, and it's been a great ownership experience thus far. The car, particularly the F Sport trim we went with, is very stylish, and has a very aggressive-sport look that we have received many compliments on. The interior is top notch, typical Lexus build quality. For about $46k, there are bigger crossover/SUV options out there, especially if you intend to use the car as a family-hauler. However, if you are in the market for a luxury compact SUV, this is definitely on top of the list.

  • Great combination vehicle - 2016 Lexus NX 200t
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    Drives like a car but u have the driving view like an SUV. Good gas mileage plus extra storage space and flexibility.

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