Hybrid premium should be around $3000. It will be a bit wider than on the ES. My guess is starting MSRP of $34900 for the NX200t and $37900 for the NX300h. Add 10K-12K for all available options. Nav NEEDS to be less than the $2625 on the ES. No ML option in the US which is really bad.
Hybrid premium should be around $3000. It will be a bit wider than on the ES. My guess is starting MSRP of $34900 for the NX200t and $37900 for the NX300h. Add 10K-12K for all available options. No ML option in the US which is really bad.
I've had ML in a '08 GS and '12 ES and wasn't impressed.In fact disappointing.
My present GS has the stock system and it actually sounds very close if just as good as the cars with ML I've owned.
Now in a LS there's a difference but I've read here post '10 LS460's sound isn't as good as it was pre '10.
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This is what my gut tells me as well for the US. And for Canada, around 41K.
I agree to. Lexus always tends to be cheaper than it German counterparts so this pricing would be in line when compared to X3, GLK, and Q5. It would also be more a bit more than the Infinity EX and Acura RDX which again is in line with pricing. Though the MDX does cost more than the RX base, but it also more true midsize versus than the RX which is between a compact and midsize.
In the blog, the author is surprised by the price of NX when adding things up. Note Lexus Japan pricing is usually higher than US and Canada due to more features and other reasons. They even charge the wheel lock for 10800 yens!
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