Worried about vibration problem, but
test drive before taking delivery
eliminated as an issue. First time
Lexus buyer; currently own 2 BMWs.
Almost bought X5, but quality issues
steered me away. Glad I chose the
GX470 - head and shoulders better than
Auto-sensing rain wipers; auto-release
steering wheel; interior quality and
layout; exterior styling; ride
quality; navigation system; Mark
Power rear quarter window open/close,
better 3rd row seat design
Almost bought a ML500, glad we didn't!
Dealership experience was good -- no
high pressure, only professional
salesmanship. Car is REALLY
comfortable fun to drive! Killer navi
system -- voice input and touch screen
features are awesome compare to
ML500's little joy stick thingy. Not
too cracy about the swing-out back
door at first, but actually like it
now since we only use the 3rd roll
seat for 1 person (my teenage kid) and
he uses the back door for access so
that he doesn't have to mess with the
2nd roll seat.
NAVI SYSTEM, creature comfort (luv
More hp -- underpowered comparing to
it's peers, folded side mirrors, a wet
Got this Lexus loaded with every option
except the Lexus Link - heard there
were problems with that!!! We hope to
own this as long as we still own our LS
which is a 93. I know Lexus can make
cars that get good fuel economy - why
does this only get 15 city and 18
Nav system, Entertainment, Ride,
handling, performance, features, stares
Read door, more leg room in the 3rd row
seat, more storage behind the 3rd row
seat, and better fuel economy.
Talk about a luxury vehicle! This is
the first Lexus I've owned and I'm
very impressed. I like the fact that
there was only 3 main options to this
and everything else was standard. It
made shopping for this so much
Automatic windshield wipers, auto
windows and sunroof, ml sound system,
overall driving performance, very
smooth ride for a suv.
Storage not enough, third row
passengers cannot exit vehicle without
assistance, not enough trunk space
with the third row seats up.
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