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The IS350 has oodles of power, great comfort and styling. I would prefer a little less body roll, but this car is sport luxury, not true sport. The keyless entry is a nice convenience, but takes some getting used to. The heated seat are a little on the weak side. Climate control, however, is the best I've seen. The biggest negative is the navigation system. Many of the useful functions are disabled while driving, I know this is for safety. but passenger are locked out too. Rear seat is just on this side of useless and I'm pretty short.
The car is like new although its 2007. The car requires the highest level gasoline which means the expensive one BUT, I fill up the tank less than what I used to fill up my Milan car and I used the cheap gas with that car. It drives smooth and the speed is superb. I love this car. I can't ask for anything else.
I've had this for two years now and have few complaints. As expected, fit and finish is fantastic, engine and transmission are smooth, and overall quality is...well...Lexus! Nav is expensive, but the bluetooth phone connection is a must have. It's also one of the few cars with air conditioned seats...a welcomed accessory in Texas. Trunk is large enough for a few suitcases. And it is a rockete. Great power, good handling. I got the 18" rims. Only complaint is the low tire light keeps coming on (too sensitive) and because it is short the door is a smaller opening. I've gotten used to it, but it's a big tight getting in and my head is close to the roof. Also, Toyota seats are usually great, but I can't get confortable in my lower back without a cusion. The lumbar support in the seat is set to high. And the back seats are limited in space. But those are the tradeoffs for an affordable luxury fast car!