Used 2013 Lexus IS 250 C Convertible Consumer Reviews
UPDATE: 2/21/21- 96,000 miles. Still the most reliable car I’ve owned. The TPMS tire monitor batteries all died. Unfortunately to get the ‘low tire icon’ off, you have to dismount every tire, replace the TPMS monitor, mount and rebalance the tire, then finally reprogram one of the cars computers to fix it correctly. That was a $350 cost. A lot of $ for the problem but $1,000 less than having the dealership do it! Other than that the car has been flawless! My wife and I just turned 78,000 miles. You want great looks? You want great handling? You want great reliability? It's a beautiful automobile! Well trimmed inside. Quality all the way. Rides very solid with no 'shakes', no jitters, no rattles! Great gas mileage...and a fun car to drive! Only have had to do regular maintenance...just put brake pads on all around. I looked at and test drove all of the competitors that produced brand new hardtop convertibles...this was the overall best!...do the same and see if you disagree. Mercedes, Infiniti, BMW, Volvo, (Chrysler-was not even worth what you would pay for it is REAL CHEAP), were all compared...(Mazda & Mini-Copper-too small, VW & Jaguar-no hardtop at that time).