Purchase one of the last new 2011 ES 350's before Christmas so have had it about 2 months.
I do a lot of out of town driving so have 5000 miles on the car already.
On the highway it is quiet and smooth.
Around town it is responsive if you have to move quick.
Interior fit and finish is outstanding.
No complaints whatsoever.
Previously owned a 2004 ES 330 and the new one has more back seat room.
Bluetooth phone and audio, heated and cooled seats, keyless entry and start, and parking sensors.
Voice command design is a disappointment.
Each time I press the talk button, it takes me back to the root commands set, instead of staying on the current Nav screen.
My Odyssey allows me to say all commands present on any current screen, giving me a true hands-free operations.
Fuel efficiency needs improvement too.
Oh well, it's a V6.
We just picked up my 2011 Es 350 - last night. i love everything about the car except for the limitation on the Navigation system. I was quite surprised to find out that you could not change the address of a location while dirving the car. My husband has Acura RL and his navigation works great. I wish Lexus will fix this problem. :-(
Build : Japan : Flawless
Colors : Double Black with Body Side Mouldings
Xenons : Brighter than the 2009 traded
Interior : Superb Materials , Build Quality ,
Rear Privacy Shade , Navigation Package with Destination Assist , XM Radio with Traffic + Weather
Fuel : Regular - 87 Octane
Noiseless Inside Cabin
Factory Trunk Money Brings Price Down Years
Reccomend . Hands Down ... The Best . Compares with my LS 460 Favorably .
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