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Hi Everyone, just joined the forum today. Don't have NX200t yet, but should be picking it up the end of the week. Ended up getting the Nebula Gray Pearl. I liked the way it looks with the trim around the wheels the rear tail lights.
 

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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on getting your NX. Please post up a few pictures of your beauty when it arrives!
 

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Welcome to the forum, good choice going with the NX200t, where there any other vehicles you were considering from its competition?

What vehicles have you owned in the past?
 

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Hi Everyone, just joined the forum today. Don't have NX200t yet, but should be picking it up the end of the week. Ended up getting the Nebula Gray Pearl. I liked the way it looks with the trim around the wheels the rear tail lights.
welcome to the boards and congrats! Agreed on Nebula pearl, it hides the cladding best IMO...
 

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welcome to the boards and congrats! Agreed on Nebula pearl, it hides the cladding best IMO...
Indeed, out of all the colors offered I think it's the most forgiving out of all which helps if you want something that's low maintenance.
 

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Here are some photos. I was considering the 2016 Acura RDX but really was going to probably buy the Lexus all along. I had a ES 330 previously but Iwas rear ended twice, in a period of 18 months, and the car was considered a total loss after the second accident, so I needed a replacement. I have been driving my truck (Tacoma) in the interim. My wife also has a RX 350 so I guess it runs in the family.
 

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It looks great. I love that color.Fingers crossed that you avoid getting rear ended again any time soon. You're a big fan of Toyota/Lexus huh? Always good experiences with them?
 

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Yes, I've always had good luck with Toyota/Lexus cars, so I am sticking with what works. I have had some "not so good" experiences in the past with other car makers, but have found Japanese cars (Honda, Toyota) to be pretty dependable.
 
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