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So far all we know is that Lexus will release a NX 200t & NX 300h and possibly an F-Sport model in the future. If you had to guess what pricing would be like for the range of Lexus NX trims, what would it be?


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I read somewhere else that pricing for the USA will be available October 4.
Can't wait to see what a 200t F will cost and what it will have, unless they're only gonna talk about the hybrid since the 200t won't be available until next year, we'll see.
Hopefully pricing will show on the lexus website.
 

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Pricing is known for NX competition, so it will be interesting where Lexus sets the prices. If it starts at 35,000 I will be pleasantly surprised.
 

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Pricing is known for NX competition, so it will be interesting where Lexus sets the prices. If it starts at 35,000 I will be pleasantly surprised.
x2 i'd also like to see pricing start somewhere around their. Even if it's a bit higher i bet people wouldn't mind paying the extra for it, that's if they really like it .
 

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Lexus is targeting the young urban crowd that wants luxury in a compact crossover. So it should be priced closer to a BMW X1 or Audi Q3 rather than a X3 or Q5 - so let us say 34 or 35 thousand base. Then the 200t has 5 option packages listed according to the press release. I would not be surprised if an F Sport with all the goodies adding another 10 - 15 thousand.:crying:
 

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RX starts at $40K so yea I'd say a middle to low $30K is an excellent assumption. I don't know if they will go down as far as Merc and Audi have but perhaps $32-33K is a happy place...
 

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RX starts at $40K so yea I'd say a middle to low $30K is an excellent assumption. I don't know if they will go down as far as Merc and Audi have but perhaps $32-33K is a happy place...
Yup, they do have to underpin pricing of their RX, something to keep in mind.
 
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