Lexus tried to design a sports sedan but went overboard with this one. The ride is too harsh for a sedan that every bump on the road can be felt and the road noise is not tolerable for a lexury brand. I also own two pure sports cars. When I drive a sedan, I do not want to feel like driving a wannabe sports car. The adjustable suspension does not work at all. The soft and hard setting feel the same. The interior rattles and squeaks either due to high-power stereo or improper design of the interior panels. My previous 2000 GS 400 was a better-built car even though it did not have as much gadgets as this one but I could enjoy a quiet and comfortable ride when I choose to.
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Better suspension design and interior sound insulation. Paint job is not durable. Front bumper, hood, and front fenders have paint chips easily.
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