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javadude

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javadude last won the day on April 24 2014

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About javadude

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    Chris

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  • Lexus Model
    NX300h Premier + pan roof
  • Year of Lexus
    2015
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Berkshire
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  1. From CT to NX

    Yup, I got two normal keys and one card key with my two year old used NX. The card is much less bulky and I use it all the time.
  2. Mine just had front dealer fit ones, I guess because the rear was covered by the reversing camera. There was a small switch fitted under and to the left of the steering wheel to switch them off. There was no link to the computer.
  3. If it has parking sensors then there would be about four round button shaped things on the bumper. What's the year of the car? Trade in for my 08 rx with multimedia and 92k was £5,850
  4. Connected Services Problem

    I'm at that stage too. I can connect ok but every time I want to download external memory points or whatever I have to log in again which is an utter pain. How do I get the car to remember the username and password?
  5. I had a messa red IS220d Sport or 5 years. I did have something, EGR maybe?, replaced under warranty apart from that I didn't have any problems that I can remember. The Sport has different gear ratios so the sixth gear is more useful as you can use it at a lower speed. In its favour the diesel has loads of torque and was fast and responsive.
  6. Oh yeah I remember stuff baby
  7. £270 for an RX400 by the way. (And £105 for an NX )
  8. The spare wheel on the RX400h is under the car. You lift up the boot floor and there's a winch handle under there that you turn and the wheel slowly drops down on a steel cable. The batteries are under the rear seat. There are vents behind the rear passenger's legs which help to keep the batteries at a happy temperature. (There's a warning in the manual about not blocking the vents with a blanket etc.) There is storage space under the boot floor. I had space for a bag of spare bulbs, a pack containing torch, electric pump etc, a wheel brace, golf umbrella, first aid kit, locking wheel nuts etc. The space can be used to store the boot cover out of the way when you need to pile the boot high but I never had space in their cause of all the junk. You have me stumped on the ASP button. On the RX400h that's where the button for the powered tailgate is. There were a couple of other buttons maybe for switching off the adaptive headlights and erm.... nope 6 years of memory wiped. Probably stuff that you'd normally want to leave on which is why I can't remember. Mine had a button underneath and to the left of the steering-wheel which switched on/off dealer fit front parking sensors.
  9. I had an RX400h SE (+ multimedia) for 6 years until 3 weeks ago. It had memory drivers seat with 3 settings but not passenger. Memory Mirrors that turned down when reversing. Bluetooth phone connectivity came with the multimedia option. This handled phone-calls but nothing else, eg music. Multimedia also gave you sat nav and voice control for the phone and sat nav, but not music. (Oddly the NX gives you voice control for phone and music but not sat nav.) There was no aux input although I think some people wired this in if I remember old posts correctly. It was 4wd. I don't think the UK had a 2wd option (unlike the NX again). Mine had illuminated scuff plates which I think were standard. Apart from that I think it was as on the link.
  10. Panoramic Sliding Glass Sunroof

    When I first got the car my daughter's boyfriend got in the back to check out the panoramic roof. I joked it was for viewing planes. He's a pilot and general plane spotter/geek. At that moment a plane flew low directly over the car. Perfect timing. Now he think's my car is great.
  11. Panoramic Sliding Glass Sunroof

    Just in case it's a factor: the panoramic roof does have an electrically operated blind that you can stop part way if you want.
  12. Soft helicopter sound at stationary

    Ventilated seat fan?
  13. Infinity

    I like the styling but fair point about the rear. It's fat and square and the worst bit of the car from an aesthetic perspective.
  14. Infinity

    Hi Paul How about an NX? I've just swapped to one from my RX. Not quite as quick as an IS but plenty of space which I'll need when it's the youngest's turn for uni. Chris.
  15. New owner questions

    Awesome