$53k for a 350h?

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WTF?
As a 20+year Lexus customer, I’m disappointed by the package and option overlap that puts the 2022 350h over $53k with reasonable options. The BS package and individual options is contrary to where we started and what is in the queue for the IS and LX.
 

NXracer

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Whats the "bs" package? What was the delta between your current NX-H and the new one?
 
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You are missing the point, one of the hallmarks of Lexus was fewer packages and line item options. We are now at the age of GM with 47 option packages and and endless drive towards raising ASP and margin.
 

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You are missing the point, one of the hallmarks of Lexus was fewer packages and line item options. We are now at the age of GM with 47 option packages and and endless drive towards raising ASP and margin.
But fewer packages meant more items were grouped together in the past so each package brought some unnecessary extras. But I understand the gripe though. ASP are going to be increasing across the board for all new LGNA vehicles. Covering more market then before.
 

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Agree with @NXracer - most people want more options packages and features that allow them to get exactly what they want, whereas there used to be 2-3 packages that grouped in options buyers didn't necessarily want.
 

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Typically the majority of past gen NX on dealer lots have been low 40s. Being that you only got two flavors of NX the person paying 50k for the top trims wasnt as special as the person picking up that base NX. With this extended lineup, the cold reality is that if you are picking up the NX as a value play, then Lexus really wants you to pick up a 250.