Basically a Toyota with the "consumer-
based" sales and marketing of Lexus.
Fairly enjoyable car, but a bit
overpriced for what you get.
Definitely worth waiting for a used
one after depreciation. Love the
navigation system; don't get without
Front seats and center console produce
a "black hole" too small to get things
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