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We have to wait well more than two months to get our new 2016 NX F-Sport because we ordered almost all the options available including the Pre-Collision System and the 19-in Split-six-Spoke Forged Alloy Wheels. After extensive research comparing and driving all the luxury crossovers we finally made the decision to go with the F-Sport. Needless to say we are excited about getting ours sometime in Feb. We're looking forward to finding out more about the F-Sport on this forum as I'm sure we'll need help to figure out how everything works.
 

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These days, yes. Now they're no longer boring but reliable vehicles but have a lot of solid features, so features should be right up there in reasons.
 

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I also have been reading about how the non-German luxury brands have actually been finding their own style instead of trying to compete on the terms dictated by the Germans. I think that's true if you look at the recent moves by Lexus, Acura, and Lincoln.
 

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It's not about design it's about structure, how they structure the model line up and what they're offering.
As far as the model lineups go it seems like all the brands are trying to round out their lineups and also focus on particularly popular segments.

I think it's about not focusing on this sporty luxury thing that Germany is doing. American luxury has always been different, and Japanese luxury is still different from the other two (though perhaps a bit better at playing the German's game.)

http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-shows/detroit-auto-show/a27928/un-german-luxury-detroit/
 

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As far as the model lineups go it seems like all the brands are trying to round out their lineups and also focus on particularly popular segments.

I think it's about not focusing on this sporty luxury thing that Germany is doing. American luxury has always been different, and Japanese luxury is still different from the other two (though perhaps a bit better at playing the German's game.)

http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-shows/detroit-auto-show/a27928/un-german-luxury-detroit/
It IS about luxury sport, that's what all luxury brands are pushing towards, even Hyundai is doing this. Lexus is doing it, Infinti is doing it. The Germans started it and continue to do well, that's why others are following in those footsteps.

Didn't you notice this with the NX? It's quite obvious.
 
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