just bought the car at the end of Jan. Acceleration, handling and braking are all excellent. Trunk space is even good for a car this size. Big knocks on this car are the limited rear leg room, due to the oversized (and very comfortable) front seats. Also options are all bundled together. Upgraded stereo is tied to navigation making it a $4000+ package. Would have liked the Xenon headlights, but didn't want to spring for another $4000 Luxury package. My car had one interior panel misalignment. However Lexus quality is everywhere else in the build materials to the switches, gauges, etc.
Personalized settings, keyless go is great, styling, performance, interior map lights are super bright and attractive LED's.
Remove the bulk from the back of the front seats to allow a pair of feet to slide under there. A rear facing child seat will not fit in the back unless the front seat is ALL THE WAY forward. Separate options to a la carte selections.
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