A six time Lexus owner, I cannnot say
anything negative about the vechicle or
the manufactor or the dealerships.
I wish the american car manufactors
would wake up!!!
I just baught a new 2004 Ford F-250
Pick-up with the new 6.0 Diesel and it
has number of problems with just 3,000
Please wake up!!!
What pride the Japanese take in their
customer service and procuct. The car
is a dream to drive and the company is
a pleasure to work with.
I really enjoy giving my money to them
for a fantastic vehicle.
The quality, fit and finish the service.
They are a class act!!!
I have a 1994 Lexus GS300 with 173,000
miles on it. This is my second Lexus,
my first had 85,000 when I traded it in.
God Bless you for making a car that
really lasts. I maintain it very well
and it has rewarded me.
I actually bought this vechile in 1998,
I love to drive it and it has given me
almost no problems at all! The frame
is as tight as the day I bought it and
it still looks like a brand new car. I
love my Lexus!
The exterior design of the car and just
the way it handles
As a salesman, I drive approximately
250 miles perday in a 5-day week.
Reliability, safety, comfort and fuel
economy are the most important
attributes for any car I drive. My GS
300 meets these criteria, and has eye-
catching styling to boot.
The Lexus dealers with whom I deal for
routine service are nothing short of
amazing. Their personna is such that
they have become another reason to buy
a Lexus. Their acommodations, such as
loaner cars and complimentary cash
washes, have further justified my
decision to purchase.
When I am ready to replace my GS, I'll
look for another Lexus.
Safety, reliability, comfort and fuel
economy rank as my favorite features.
Add a cup holder on the left side of
the dash as the RX330 has done. Add a
computer display to show mileage
information such as average fuel