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2010 Lexus IS F Consumer Discussions

2010 Lexus IS F

If the clutch is fully locked, as it can be up to 18MPH under driver pushbutton control, the driveline and tires will be forced to "absorb" any stress due to high roadbed traction. If the cl...

If you truly need AWD then I would suggest moving on.......

Today I picked up a 2010 ES350 W/ Navi MSRP. $40,630, Accessories:...

The new Ford Explorer seems to be addreeing this failure prone issue by adding cooling to the PTO assembly, maybe also the rear clutch/diff'l assembly. Unclear on this latter point but in the past Fo...

If the clutch is fully locked, as it can be up to 18MPH under driver pushbutton control, the driveline and tires will be forced to "absorb" any stress due to high roadbed traction. If the cl...

If you should be considering the F/awd version then you should reconsider. The FWD only version will be just as adequate in adverse roadbed conditions....

If you're considering F/awd then other than price it's really the 2010 RX350 you should be comparing to the Venza. The 2010 RX350 has the same NEW F/awd system as the Venza. But the Venza WINS with t…...

The RX300's FWD and F/awd transaxles were actually the same, it's just that the F/awd version has to endure more stress and HEATING, so more of those failed and/or failed earlier. In '01 the rear dri…...

Unlike the previous RX the new 2010 RX F/awd system is more of a "part-time" system, it remains DIS-engaged most of the time. Only "firmly" engaged with actual front wheelspin/sli…...

There have been MANY MANY little running changes/improvements to the C6 since it was brought out in 2004 (2005 MY, US)....

The GX470 is "base" RWD, inherently much safer in wintertime adverse roadbed conditions. But being as top heavy as it is it's probably a little more subject to rollover that one might like....

Didn't mention my 2010 IS250 numbers. MSRP WAS $38k, negotiated to $$34k, put $5k down, with 10k miles a year @ $377 with tax a month....

I have not drove the RL in three weeks that Lexus IS F is taking my time up for now, I keep saying today I'm gonna let it rest and the next thing I know I'm on the highway with it....lol...
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