It has an Inline-
6 Engine that keeps the car moving
nicely, the design both in and out
that does not age so quickly. We live
out on a very rough and hilly road,
but our Lex climbs it with ease. The
power button is very nice, along with
all of the other little extras that a
join the car. There is a winter mode
for the wipers, an automatic steering
wheel that gets out of your way , auto-
air-conditioning, a rear light failure
warning light, auto headlights and
many more to kept this car comprisable
to new cars. The car is very quite,
and has sufficient legroom. Its
almost like its in control of the
road which makes it a joy to ride in.
Everything about the car...from
the "theater dimming" of the interior
lights to the rear seat air
conditioning. We also like the car add-
ins, leather seats, moon roof, and
the gold logo package.
.The cup holders are pretty flimsily
and small. We can barley fit a can in
them. While the cup holder is out, it
also covers up a storage slot. Also,
the gas mileage is steep. It's a
thirsty car, and has expensive tastes -
premium fuel. It's still not bad for
a 220 hp car.
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