Lexus NX 300h Touch Up Paint
Find Touch Up Paint for Lexus NX 300h
PaintScratch sells Lexus NX 300h touch up paint for the years listed in the table. Click your Lexus NX 300h year to see available touch up paint colors.
We guarantee Lexus NX 300h touch up paint will match the original factory color chip on Lexus 's manufactured after 1996.
Touch Up Paint for Lexus NX 300h
Order Lexus NX 300h paint pens, brush cap bottles, and spray cans from our secure online store. For small NX 300h scratches, the paint pen works well. For slightly larger Lexus NX 300h scratches and chips, a brush bottle is best. For larger paint repairs, a Lexus NX 300h spray paint can will deliver best results.
Helpful Resources for Your Lexus NX 300h Paint Repair
- Touch Up Paint Videos - Watch and learn how to apply touch up paint to your Lexus NX 300h.
- How To Apply Touch Up Paint - Detailed instructions for using automotive paint on your Lexus NX 300h.
Find Your NX 300h Color & Paint Code
Lexus is manufactured by Toyota and shares many of the same color codes. Lexus made is pretty easy to find the color code. On all models, there is an color ID plate on the drivers door jamb. When you locate it, it will have the letters C/TR and then the paint code follows. You can match this color code up with what you find on our site.
Example of where to find a Lexus color code
The image below is an example of what a Lexus color ID tag looks like, and shows where to find the color code.
In this example, we see "C/TR 3P1 FA09". So the color code is 3P1 and the FA09 has nothing to do with the color code. These additional codes can cause confusion but they are really just interior option codes.
Lexus, like all manufacturers, uses the exact same color across many models and then will have a different color name for each model. It's the same paint! This is why the color code is so important to order the correct paint.
For example, 3P1 above we call Impulse Red Metallic Clearcoat. It could also be called Red Metallic Clearcoat, Wine Metallic Clearcoat, etc. depending on what the marketing department decided to call it. You can also find your color code by calling your dealer with your VIN. They can bring up the exact vehicle you bought and tell you the color code.