Had this vehicle a month, there is nothing about it I do not like, the back up camera has saved me from being hit, the lane assist is awesome, the seats are comfortable front and back, it is quiet inside, great look outside, had plenty of compliments on it. The technology is understood and I'm older, the sound system is great, corners great, love the suspension settings, the headlights work great. Man if your in the market for a vehicle of this size, there is absolutely nothing else that compares this is a luxury car with a fun drive when you ask it to be fun. Go get yourself one before their all gone.
A good car for enjoying a quiet and smooth ride. It is sporty enough in terms of performance but not the best. The technology is not that great as voice commands do not work most of the time and speaker quality is not the best. I would have preferred a touch screen over a trackpad. I would reccomend this car to those who value comfort and quality over performance.
Great interior, ride comfort is excellent and the 4 cylinder turbo in sport mode far exceeds my expectations. The sound system is adequate. Only complaint is fuel tank capacity is only13 gallons. Different ride than a BMWsedan but a great SUV. Plenty of room
We've had it just over a month...we didn't get the F-Sport because that trim does not have ventilated seats which my wife wanted as it is a nice feature. It's her car that she uses primarily for a fairly short commute (10-miles one-way) and running kids around for sports, etc. She loves it while it's me who isn't a big fan. I will say I like the looks, it has high-quality interior, and no complaints performance-wise. But there are a number of shortcomings that I did not expect in a Lexus, without going into full detail, these shortcomings are: MPG (mixed touted at 25, we're only getting 20.5 with very gentle driving exclusively in Eco mode)...Only a single analog clock (no digital in a Lexus???)...Radio presets (for Sirius/XM, only saves station number, no text as nearly every other mfr does)...Limited door/cockpit area storage (have MUCH more in a much smaller C-Max)..but the worst/most idiotic features are REMOTE START (everyone at dealership claimed not possible with keyfob, 100% FASLE, there is a way to do it, but regardless if using keyfob or ENFORM smartphone app, engine shuts OFF when you unlock w/ keyfob or open the door...STUPID...every other remote start "knows" if the keyfob is there then it's okay, car not being stolen and OKAY TO KEEP RUNNING)...And the TRACK PAD, more useless/frustrating/distracting than the early days of BMW iDrive...technology is supposed to make vehicles SAFER, not distract you with a stupid, overly-sensitive "mouse" design that constantly has you clicking on something you didn't want, only to then have to click your way back, WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING.
I drive 90k Porsche Cayenne. Everythings're very comparable to my car, off course leather, dash, stereo system you'd expect to be not as nice as mine. I only prefer not to use touch screen - I don't want finger prints on my screen - trust me on this. My wife's car is 2010 RX450H. I prefer drivability of the 2017 NX200T over her car. This is simply because this car is much lighter. Major improvements on all controls over 2010 RX450H with this car. I highly recommend this car to anyone who's market for the SUV of this size. She rides great on snow.