This is quite possibly the best car in its class. We looked at the Mercedes E350 and the BMW 325i and the Lexus just blew them away. This feels a lot more luxurious and roomy than those other sedans, and it's got great power. The updated navigation system is very and clean crisp to look at, not to mention that it's a touch-screen system, so it's a lot more intuitive to work with. The stereo controls are all nicely laid out on the steering wheel, just like they were on my old Mercedes E320, so that's a big plus. It comes with all the luxury features you'd expect from higher end cars, like auto lights, auto windshield wipers, cooled and heated seats, compass, cd changer, rear camera, memory seats, bluetooth, etc. And it's so roomy in the back seat and trunk! This car rocks!
The power! The comfort! The quietness. The luxury. It's a Lexus!
The middle compartment where you rest the elbows was redesigned poorly. Itīs no longer two completely separate compartments so itīs not practical for storing items like pens and sticky pads, like it used to be on my ES 300. Thatīs my only complaint.
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