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I have a 2007 and a 2010 RX350. I like the moveable console in the '07. I don't like the one in the '10. I like the electric steering in the '10. It feels more responsive than the '07 and adds 5 more hp. The nav needs MUCH work. Neither my wife nor I can get the voice recognition system to work accurately. Being on the Lexus Advisory Panel, I gave them an earful about the Ford Sync/my touch and that they need to put some major effort into Lexus' implementation. Overall, love both vehicles.Report it
I fully agree wuth all of the above . The Nav System is antiquainted . The center console is useless . The reviews by Edmond's are in many cases sugar coated or omitted . No freedom of the press here .Report it
I also think it is a very good vehicle BUT the Lexus folk should drive some of the competition. The whole electronics setup is very out of date, for example the versions sold in Canada (where they are built) don't even have a USB port unless you buy the third level option package. Even $18,000 Hyundai's have USB ports as standard equipment. Because all press fleet vehicles are loaded up with all the packages these faults are never mentioned in any review. There is not even a mute button for the radio--even my old Chev had one of those on the steering wheel. I would strongly encourage the Lexus product development people to drive other brands and then bring their radios, entertainment and navigation systems up to at least the level of $20,000 econocars!Report it
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