We have had our 2004 RX330 for 7 years. We bought it when it had 140k miles and it now has 225k and the only thing I have had to pay for outside of oil changes and maintenance (just replaced the timing belt), were wheal bearings that cost $500. Couldn’t be happier with how it has aged either. Still looks great, albeit a bit bland. Interior still in great shape.
I'm the second owner on my 2004 Lexus RX330. I've had it for 13 years now with 87,800 miles on it. It is in ultra fine condition. I still love the style even more so than the latest models. It doesn't have the crazy infotainment that some folks complain about which I don't need. Never had one problem with it. It has been given the proper maintenance as required. Thank goodness nothing major has developed. Only problem I have is that I get bored of the same car! I love my RX330 as much as I loved my 1994 Toyota Celica. I've owned BMW and Mercedes (both gave me electronic problems in the 50, 000 mileage range); Toyota/Lexus has never disappointed me. Because of this, I continue to be a loyal Lexus customer. Looking forward to upgrade.
The Lexus IS a great car and has held up exceptionally well. I've been driving it for 13 years and have only a few miles past 69,000. My criteria when I bought it was safety and those features still rank with many of current features. It has an incredibly comfort ride and after several surgeries the comfort of the ride is critical for me. It's a great looking mid-size SUV and it will take good care of anyone who purchases it. I will miss this car.