driving a lexus is a driver's dream come true. the Coach-leather seats are great (i have lower back pain)and i love the lumbar control on the seat. i have an injury to my hand/arm and the ease in wheeling this baby puts no stress on the injury, provides ease in parking, and performance to pass safely. most of the "bells & whistles" come standard and the size of the trunk is adequate and comes with a first-aid kit. all my friends who own a Lexus all comment on the great service and free car washes you receive at a Lexus dealer. try it, you'll like it!
p.s. my driving tends to be city/highway and i generally get 18-22 mpg and 24-26 hwy only.
the "bun warmers" in the front seats are great on cold days, neat storage places on the inside, the brightness of the dash makes everything easy to read at night, and there is an easy-access changeholder which comes in handy on toll roads. the overhead sunglasses holder/map lights are convenient.
redesign the airvents so windows don't fog up on rainy/humid days WITHOUT having to run the AC, cupholders should be bigger to hold small "fat" plastic soda/water bottles. i tried substituting a tall cup with the bottom sized to fit the 'holder' but it toppled over and spilled the contents.
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