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Old 25th March 2022, 17:02   #31
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letting us know that hybrid uses both ICE + battery power. Have you driven any of these cars? I have been driving a Camry Hybrid regularly. For all practical purposes and real world driving, the battery is too small and the charge available is too little and the programming is too conservative that it is utterly useless for spirited driving.
I know, where you are coming from (911-vroom), however when compared with a similar setup, additional torque from the motor indeed helps. The hybrid setup on the newer cars is in 4th Generation and the battery capacity and the way it gets charged from the engine power is all better optimised than previous generations.

eCVT is a very dull transmission with typical CVT rubber-band effect. Rubber band effect doesn't literally mean there is a rubber band inside the CVT box.
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AI’ve driven the Camry a bit and the Lexus ES 300h more and I can tell you the new NX has a much much better drivetrain. I took a test drive of the new NX yesterday and was blown away by the instantaneous response.
Absolutely, only when you press the accelerator very hard does that engine sound gets intrusive but you will hardly feel the old rubber-band effect.

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North American-market Lexus NX and NX PHEV achieve IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus awards. Press Release
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Despite running on 20" wheels, the ride quality is outstanding. Small bumps and potholes are not felt inside the cabin. Even medium sized ones were absorbed well.
Great review. Hybrids will be the way to go in India for the near future.

I have 2 questions:-
1. Your opinion on ride quality is for F-Sport with Adaptive Dampers. What about other variants?

2. Do you have a picture of someone sitting in the rear seat. This gives a great idea of the leg room, hip position and thigh support.
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F Sport variant gets 20" black alloy wheels with 235/50 section run flat tyres.
If one wants to change out of run-flats, what would be a good choice of tyre and alloy wheel (I assume current wheel is rather large, and smaller wheel will be appropriate if changing out of run-flats) ?
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