To my understanding the NX 200t F Sport all-wheel drive will be $39,565."I was told the NX 200t F Sport all-wheel drive will be $45,845"
I'm already starting to forget about the NX, I wanted something fast with paddle shifters, I can get that on a fully loaded (tech package), faster off the line (V6) RDX for $40G's, or even less if I get a 2013 RDX, it might even change for the better in the 2016 model. Front end of the 200 is plain ugly, the 200 F sport is predator looking, better but weird nonetheless, outward visibility doesn't seen that good, cargo capacity sucks, does the NX look less and less appealing to anyone else too?
Haven't seen F-Sport pricing anywhere else, would like another source to verify. Pricing is reasonable, considering it is a Lexus. More and more I'm liking the F-Sport.The 2015 NX 200t F-Sport in 2WD starts at $36,580. The AWD NX 200t F-Sport starts at $37,980. There are two important options packages. The first is the NV navigation package which costs $2100. The next is the PT premium package at $2,045. On my own future cars I plan to get a pre-collision system. Lexus adds $900 for this. All-in a loaded 2015 NX 200t AWD will run about $43,000.
I heard a lot of good things about the Santa Fe, Hyundai has really improved a lot, enough to a point i'd really consider them as well. Do you plan on test driving them if you haven't already?2016 RDX, I like their teck package, no fuss with the options, V6 kicks butt.
Since I'm always broke, I might just get a 2013 Hyundai Santa fe sport 2.0T, which is what I wanted back then.