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  • 2015 Lexus NX Starts at $35,405, AWD Hybrid Tops $42,000

2015 Lexus NX Starts at $35,405, AWD Hybrid Tops $42,000

F Sport Pricing to be Announced Later

Oct 16, 2014
At one time, Lexus was the wallflower luxury brand for those that just wanted to blend in with the crowd, but its more-recent models are anything but generic and subdued. If you need any more evidence of the brand’s newfound styling aggression, look no further than the 2015 Lexus NX compact crossover, which has an overtly assertive proboscis. Polarizing styling aside, the model promises to be a boon for the brand, with C-segment luxury SUVs being one of the strongest-selling segments both in the U.S. and around the world. Today, Lexus announced pricing for most of the NX line, except for the sportier F Sport models.
The turbocharged NX 200t starts at $35,405, including $925 destination. Adding all-wheel drive adds $1,400 to the bottom line of the NX 200t, bringing the total to $36,805. The F-Sport starts at $37,505, with all-wheel drive bringing the price up to $38,905. The hybrid NX 300h starts at $40,645, with the AWD model rolling out with an MSRP of $42,235.
For comparison, the Audi Q3 starts at $33,425 for the FWD Premium Plus model, with the top-of-the-line Q3 Prestige Quattro model going $39,425. The new Lincoln MKC starts at $33,995, including destination, and tops out at $44,565 for the top-line Reserve trim with the 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 and all-wheel drive.
Source: Lexus