My AWD GS 300 holds the road as though Elmer's glue was on my tires. The rear camera make parking a breeze. The nav system is a pleasure... but it is the driving experience that sets this car apart from all others.
Even with the rear view camera and the tilt side mirrors I have trou ble seeing all that is behind me as I reverse.
I test drove most of the sedans priced between 45 and 50K. To me, the Lexus GS 300 drove the smoothest. I was impressed with its acceleration, fuel economy, ride and the responsive steering. My GS 300 is loaded. Something I did not plan on... but am totally satisfied with it.
Audio, instrument cluster, lighting, six speed auto/shift trans., seating comfort and ride.
Make the front grills all the same design. The DC accessory outlet is in the bottom rear of the front center storage compartment. It is awkward to connect an accessory power cord and then close the cover.
Traded bmw 528 for lexus. Very happy to date. Car handles quite well and is very responsive. Drive train seems to be matched extremely well. Compared to bmw steering not quite as good, but then I don't speed on alpine roads.