My wife is now the proud owner of her
2nd Lexus vechicle and the way it
looks; we are going to continue with
Lexus. We've been most impressed with
the handling as well as the body design
of the cars. People often tease me
cause I'm a Mitsubishi car salesman and
it's the hardest thing in the world to
sell my product while supporting
another. I'm not to impressed with the
body design of the newer ES300 and
GS300. They seem to parrallel to much
with the Toyota body concept. All
though I realize they are one in the
same; it's just that I feel that a
Lexus should be able to stand alone and
have idenity that's genuine and unique!
The steering wheel. How when you place
the key in the ignition it sets to your
This model should have come equipped
with a Disc Changer and offered a tid
bit more trunk space, but asides from
that; this car will never loose it's
value in my eye sight.
This car is complete.
The GS is a perfect balance of power,
size, fuel efficiency, cabin
space/comfort for 4.
Parts are too much but that's a reason
why we like it.
I also have wind noise from the front
door. i thought maybe someone was
trying to jack my car and messed the
trim, not sure.
Favorites include: the 7 speaker
system, the luxury, playboyness, world
class brand strength and reliability.
I need darker tint in Texas and newer
looking rear and fog lights. The
steering wheel machinery when you put
in the key is kinda stupid but they
didn't know better back then. I do feel
like im driving a toyota bc of
identical parts on the instruments, but
i can't be too picky.
The Lexus GS 300, my first luxury car,
has worked out quite well. I, like
many people others who was
looking for a newer car, had
considered an SUV. But my wife
convinced me that 99.93% of my
driving was in the city, so "why not get
a nice riding car?" How right she
* Excellent styling. (In my opinion the
'95 is better looking than the '02).
* Great sound system - Zepplin and
Steely Dan never sounded so good!
* Excellent paint job.
* Quiet AC system.
- Wind sound around driver door is
annoying, especially at high speeds.
- A larger rear trunk would be nice.
- Cup holder gets in the way.
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