I need new tires and I drive in Chicago, so that combo must ruin mileage. The upkeep would also be much cheaper on the G. How many miles on her? Computer is saying so, but my needle is moving rather quickly, so I'm tending to believe it. This plan can be transfered to another Lexus if I buy one, or if I buy another make the plan is cancelled and I get a cheque for the balance. Rather than explain it, you can read about them. But the Lexus brand is always the most refined, quiet, most kit and satisfying to own.
Lexus have done a great job of being different and exclusive. Acceleration is reasonably good, and braking is good. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331. My one major complaint is the sat nav. Big 19-inch wheels are standard, as are Brembo brakes. Fuel consumption good at 44mpg, drops if you drive hard but is to be expected. Driving this car is a lot of fun and I'll keep it for a couple more years before moving to a 4x4 to accomadate the dogs and country roads.
I say go for it. The 6th gear is too tall and you have to be doing 80mph plus to use it. I have had to top the oil up at about 5000 miles from the previous service Probably the best car I have owned. I love the coupe, but the sedan just doesn't do anything for me. It must have just been the combination of carbon build-up from the previous owner using 87 gas, the cruddy tires on the front, and brutal stop-and-go traffic in Chicago that was ruining my mileage. Its every bit as good as all the 3 series I've driven and just feels so mechanical and precise.
So, I just recently bought a G37 Coupe, and while I love it, I'm finding that I don't really like not having accessible rear seats and a super tiny trunk. I had the fuel injection scrubbed of carbon buildup and purchased a new set of tires and the car drives like new. The sound system is brilliant - Lexus have an agreement with Mark Levinson and it's very very good. Since you mention the brake cylinder not retracting, I actually have been noticing a lot of brake dust. These other problems tend to be with waaaaay higher miles.
Your feedback is very important to us. I had the fuel injection scrubbed of carbon buildup and purchased a new set of tires and the car drives like new. My biggest beef is that it has developed a fault where the car won't start so much so, I've had to call upon Lexus Assistance twice in 3 weeks for help. The recall began on December 6, 2016. Colleagues comment on good looks of the car and different from the competition- no worries with either Lexus to date.
The nuts that fasten the wiper arms may be insufficiently torqued such that if the wiper arms are restricted by an external load, such as a buildup of heavy snow, one or both of the wipers may become inoperative. I have the top of the range so it has all the kit you need to look after and pamper you. It's not the same, they're very different engines. I like the car but the problems I've had have put me off Lexus for life. Venture away from the motorways and other major roads, and it's a very sorry state of affairs: potholes, drain covers that have sunk below the road surface, poor repairs by cowboy contractors, and road surfaces that are generally unfit for purpose! Don't skimp on tyres - the previous owner fitted the cheapest pieces of rubber he could find, and the result was terrifying in the wet - oversteer at running pace.
Depending on the model, dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator or the air bag assembly, free of charge. I just cleaned my wheels a week ago and they are already covered in dust. But with 47k miles I would bet it would be the fuel filter. General Motors will contact the Pontiac owners. I get out the car as relaxed as when I got in, the drive is exceptionally comfortable.
Capable of hitting 60 mph in 4. I wouldn't buy a jacket that everyone else wears even if it is the best. Toyota's numbers for interim notification for this campaign are G1P Toyota Zone A , G1R Toyota Zone B , G2G Lexus Zone A , and G2H Lexus Zone B. After approximately one year of ownership, I can safely say that this car, whilst imperfect, is head-and-shoulders above my previous cars. It has 47,000 miles on it.
A short list of the many possibilities. Depending on the model, dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator or the air bag assembly, free of charge. But anyone would know how comfortable a car is in the real world. This is my second Lexus. Car journalist's opinions are writing to impress.