Lexus is once again trying to explain why one of their models is better than the equivalent BMW.

Lexus is once again trying to explain why one of their models is better than the equivalent BMW.

In the last video they compared the RC 350 to a 435i Coupe and now the duel is between the NX and X3. First up, the Bavarian crossover is labeled as having a recognizable and conventional design whereas the NX is "completely original." It boasts standard LED low-beam headlamps, daytime running lights and fog lamps which cost extra on the X3.

And now for the most controversial part of the clip, Ming-Jou Chen of Lexus College says that while X3's standard rear-wheel drive is "fine" for dry conditions, the NX's front-wheel drive layout provides the "all-weather confidence" which "many" drivers will prefer. Just like in the previous clip, the BMW model is being criticized for its lack of a spare tire as instead it comes with run-flat tires which are more expensive to replace compared to NX's conventional rubbers.

While the NX's trunk can hold four golf bags, the X3 "not so much" and it's the same story on the inside where front passenger benefits from almost three inches more legroom. The 60:40 folding rear seats can be folded in the NX by using the switches on the instrument panel, rear seat and in the trunk while the X3 lacks this option.

The video goes on by pointing out several features which come standard on the NX but are optional on the X3.

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