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New Lexus Models - A Hybrid: NX300h; and a Turbo, NX200t "revealed"

Toyota Motor Corporation applied On October 15, 2012 for the trademarks NX300h and NX200t in United States and Canada for use in association with automobiles and structural parts thereof.

United States Trademark Application No. 85754116 for NX200t.

United States Trademark Application No. 85754176 for NX300h.

Canadian Trade-Mark Application No. 1598147 for NX200t.

Canadian Trade-Mark Application No. 1598148 for NX300h.

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This one's pretty obvious: the long-rumored sub-RX, RAV4-derived Lexus compact SUV. Here's my commentary:
Lexus trademarks NX 200t and NX 300h | Kaizen Factor

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A smaller RX? Is that really needed? I mean if you have a family, the RX is already about as small as you can get. We have two kids and I would love to have an RX, but it's just too small. It's manageable for every day driving. But if you have to go on a trip (like we do driving to Florida) it's impossible.

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A smaller RX? Is that really needed? I mean if you have a family, the RX is already about as small as you can get. We have two kids and I would love to have an RX, but it's just too small. It's manageable for every day driving. But if you have to go on a trip (like we do driving to Florida) it's impossible.
Some rumors suggest a growth spurt (and a possible third row seat version) for the next RX, possibly for the 2015 model year.

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