2012 Lexus ES 350Veronica Gretch - Fort Morgan, CO03/20/2017
I love everything about the car except for the console. Very poorly planned out. Not enough room for 2 drinks in the cup holder. It has no support for the one cup you can put in there. No place to put your phone or conveniently charge your phone. The middle console to put your things in, is not convenient at all. Those are the only two things that make me not LOVE my car....Wish I would have thought about that part of the car better.
2013 Lexus GS 350Mrs. R - Tallahassee, FL03/19/2016
I've owned several vehicles (i.e. Acura CL; Lexus RX 300 & RX 350; Mercedes ML 350) and my husband has owned Acura, BMW, Infiniti, Mercedes, and Toyota brands. For me, I find the Lexus line to be economical to maintain and EXCELLENT quality. By moving into a new phase w/ kids in college, I wanted to get away from larger vehicles and focus on smaller luxury that's simply fun to drive. I test drove several lines: Cadillac, Audi, BMW, Infiniti, Mercedes, Jeep, and even some hybrids! I kept an open mind and found the GS to be my answer (Lexus CT 200h is unique, but it's a non-peppy hybrid). I would recommend anyone looking for a car that offers fun, luxury, and a 'sporty' feel, to test drive the GS 350- you may surprise yourself (I did)!
Fun and reliable
2015 Lexus RC 350Jonnel Constantino - Chino hills, CA09/17/2016
Lexus reliability, nice looking, nice ride. interior space is on par for a coupe, but considering low profile tires and shorter wheelbase than a 4 door sedan, it rides well and comfortable. Has ample power without having to rev engine much. Only complaint is like all coupes, the door is longer than usual and it's harder to get out of cramped parking spaces and would have to take more time going out the door
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