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  1. I've owned a 2016 NX200t for about 2 1/2 years now, so its time to start thinking about my next car. Here are the main reasons that it will not be another NX: - dirt and snow and gunk buildup on the bottom of the doors -- this is such a stupid design flaw - stupid user interface for the menu and controls for audio, etc -- now even worse in the new models with the ridiculous touchpad - cheap sounding "clunk" coming from the gas cap when the doors locks are engaged - this is a 40 thousand dollar car! - torque steer (eventhough I have the AWD version) - heated steering wheel is not heated all the way around ... design by someone who never experiences winter! ??? - the small "screen" is plunked onto the center of the dash and looks like a last-minute add-on (not integrated into the dash like some competitors cars) - looks cheap and poorly thought out - outside mirrors rattle - seem very loosely attached - cruise control lever - poor design -- this should be integrated into the steering wheel like on many competitor's cars - the 4-cyl turbo is "gutless" - this is 2019 - why does the car think I am connecting an "ipod" (its an iPhone) - constantly hitting the voice command button when turning corners and having to say "cancel" "cancel" .... "cancel" - small sunroof - and too far back (compared to competitors cars) - lack of color choices for paint - do we really need more silver / grey / white / black cars ?? - road noise - dumb little box to jam sunglasses into I'm sure I can think of more, but these are the main reasons that Lexus has failed with this car. In fairness there are a few things I really like, but not enough to make me look at another one. - lighted door sills - lighted door handles - lock / unlock from any door - comfy seats and ride (non-F-Sport model) - decent fuel economy