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Great & Stylish Small Crossover - 2015 Lexus NX 200t
By bybchucky - September 24 - 5:14 pm
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.
Not as perfect as exspected - 2015 Lexus NX 200t
By baronz - August 22 - 11:55 pm
Bought it Decemver 18, 2015. Tire pressure monitor was showing wrong pressure from day 1, then illuminated one tire as a problem. Pressure in the tire was normail. The car is designed for 4, not 5 people. Painful to seat in the middle back seat. Otherwise great car and handling, Eform software distructing and not very useful.
Great Mid-size SUV - 2015 Lexus NX 200t
By u1g - January 10 - 2:33 am
After X3 and X1, I decided to try a Lexus and I love it. Interior fit and finish is great and the design is very upscale. BMW's so called "business luxury" is getting old after seven years. Seats are more comfortable than X1 or X3, and lateral support on NX (regular seat) is much better than X3 or X1. NX is not as agile or fast as X1 or X3, but to me, it has the right combination of luxurious drive, good speed and handling capabilities. And my deciding factor was NX looks less feminine than X3, in my opinion. Sure the grill looks too much, but if you put a license plate, it isn't as "gaping hole" like as you think. Cargo space is fine for people w/o kids.
2015 NX200t Owner Review - 2015 Lexus NX 200t
By lexowner - February 19 - 8:21 am
Wife's falling in love again after 15 yrs with the original RX300. Purchased new NX200t on 12/8/14 for wife with certain packages to exactly fit her needs and wants. Exterior style is quite polarizing (hate it or love it). I personally think it's an acquired taste. White seems cute while black appears cool. Interior design is simple yet elegant (a minimalist approach). Averaging 24-25 mpg mix, driver can change the vehicle dynamic to fit his/her mood. The turbo really kicks in around 2000 rpm, and you can really feel it. Handling is sporty for an CUV, firm but not harsh. Steering response is quick but light. Sum it up. A tall sedan, good mileage, nimble, sporty luxury.