Canada Gets Tweaked 2017 Lexus NX From CAD $42,750

After it went through a few visual modifications a couple of months ago, the Lexus NX can now be ordered across the Canadian market.

Kicking off the range is the NX 200t, which carries an MSRP of CAD 42,750 (USD $31,660), and is offered with several standard amenities. These include 17-inch alloy wheels, 8-speaker Lexus Display Audio system, dual-zone climate control, power adjustable and heated front seats, keyless entry&go, Drive Mode Select, and leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.

Featuring the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that delivers 235 HP and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, the NX 200t Premium can be had from CAD $46,750 (USD $34,623). It includes several upgrades, including 18-inch alloy wheels, power tilt/slide moonroof, power tilt and telescopic heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats with memory system for the driver’s one, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

The NX 200t Luxury builds on the aforementioned model adding parking sensors, LED auto-leveling headlights, rain-sensing wipers, woodgrain interior trim, voice-activated Navigation System with Lexus Remote Touch and can be had from CAD $51,750 (USD $38,325).

For CAD $54,550 (USD $40,399), the NX 200t Executive becomes available, with unique 18-inch alloy wheels, head-up display, wireless charging system for certain gadgets, power remote release for the front seats, and the Lexus Safety System +, with Automatic High Beam, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Pre-Collision System, and Lane Departure Alert with steering assist.

The cheapest F Sport, the Series 1, carries an MSRP of CAD $49,300 (USD $36,511) and brings  specific styling and performance upgrades, including a unique pattern for the 18-inch wheels, grille, fog lamps, scuff plates, sport-tuned suspension, G-meter, and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, in addition to the upgrades found on the Premium grade.

Building on the Series 1 is the NX 200t F Sport Series 2, which adds parking sensors, Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, rain-sensing wipers, and voice-activated navi with Lexus Remote Touch interface for CAD $52,150 (USD $38,622).

Ending the 2.0-liter range is the F Sport Series 3, which is priced from CAD $55,000 (USD $40,733). On top of everything else, you get the Lexus Safety System +, front and rear Adaptive Variable Suspension, head-up display and wireless charging system.

There are two NX 300h variations as well, which can be had from CAD $54,150 (USD $40,103) and CAD $60,800 (USD $45,028), respectively. The former brings 18-inch wheels, eight-speaker audio system, power tailgate, power tilting-sliding moonroof, NuLuxe seat material and others, while the latter, benefits from the Lexus Safety System +, LED auto-leveling headlamps, premium woodgrain, leather seating, and more.

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  • Day_Trader

    Black wheel arches not my thing. Not a bad interior although nav screen is fairly small and that thick black bezel around is something to barf at.

    • BlackPegasus

      Wheel arches give the impression of larger wheels. If they gave it 19-20 inch wheels, there would be little reason to buy the RX.

  • Mike Gonzalez

    everything is on point except those awfully small rims… is 20 inches too much to ask for, Lexus?!??

  • Bob White

    6 speed transmission when almost everybody else is moving to 8, 9 and 10 speed units. Toyota is so slow to move forward.

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