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New NX-F sport member. I love this car! Atomic silver, black.

What I learned:
Good deals finance or lease to be had now before 2015 inventory gone. MFactors on 16s lower with no changes.

I thought I wanted a nonF but once I drove the F I thought it was excellent. Firm and smooth, surprisingly comfortable seat. Dealer said many up to 6 feet feel the same of all widths.

Drives beautifully: Lexus really outdid themselves. Smooth and still responsive to road. Very well appointed. I got all the safety features I wanted standard. Bsm and parking assists were flawless too.

I love the informative color display in front of steering wheel. Had a brief stint as a BMW owner and this beats that orange display.

Useful apps this time including yelp and gas stations.

Questions: can anyone get 3d buildings to show on their nav?

Does real time traffic or within 15 min require a subscription later? It was great and super accurate.

Is there 1 button push (wheel or pad) to see current position on Nav when in another feature?
 

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I'm not quite sure how long your Enform subscription lasts since it came with the Navigation package. Best to ask your dealership about it.
 

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I'm not quite sure how long your Enform subscription lasts since it came with the Navigation package. Best to ask your dealership about it.
It might even be one of those things that can be negotiated, some might do that for the sake getting you to come back for other services you'll have to pay for rather than going elsewhere.
 

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If you haven't walked off the lot with the car there is still room for negotiation. Can't help you with navigation though. Sorry about that. Don't think you can fiddle with it while you're driving as it's locked once you move except for voice control.
 

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Has to be some way to hack navigation so that you can use it while driving, something that might require you getting into the back end... you can probably pay some Lexus/Toyota independent shop to do.
 

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I've always ditched the nav systems and just gone with Google Maps. Works better than anything any car manufacturer is offering.
 
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