Loving every minute in my new IS 350. Having previously owned 2 Infiniti G35 sedans, I can say that the driving experience is very different. Infiniti is more performance-oriented where Lexus is more luxury-oriented. The fit and finish (not to mention the interior materials) are far superior in the Lexus. I loved my G, but I like the IS 350 more.
The car is just plain gorgeous. The interior is extremely comfortable for the driver and front passenger. The materials are first rate above the competition. The engine is powerfull and I like being able to toggle the power modes. The navigation package is a must-have on this car.
There are 3 memory setting for both the driver and the passenger. It recalls seat, mirror and steering-wheel positions, but does not have an exit assist when turning off the car (the seat does not slide back). Otherwise, no other suggestions!!
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