To me confort and economy are more important than how the car handles at high speeds around tight bends. When it comes to high fuel economy, plenty of versatility and a great looks. My neighbours have a 120d and 320d and both needed expensive turbo rebuilds before 80k miles. My neighbours have a 120d and 320d and both needed expensive turbo rebuilds before 80k miles. The Lexus however is still my preferred car of the two for reasons which have already been mentioned here.
However, the styling leaves much to be desired, as does the engine for those seeking power Primary Use: Family transportation Amazing Car — I like evertyhing about this car, great suspension, fast, smooth, very conformtable. If so can you adivse on how they both compare? A relatively easy way to keep track of your real mileage is to use the fuel logbook at gasbuddy. The lowest I have seen is ~13. Coming from a V8 I should have expected less performance. Remedy Toyota will notify the Toyota, Scion and Lexus owners.
Overall ownership experience I have to say goes to the Lexus. My boss dropped off his Aston Martin to be serviced this morning. In the event of a crash necessitating deployment of the front air bags, these inflators may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling. Primary Use: Commuting to work It Is A Great Car — this is my least favorite car out of my three it is a great all around car it does not cost as much as it looks this car is very fun to drive i love this car alot now. My is 250 averages around 27-31mpg mainly town driving. Do the tyres have the rim protectors? It is a classy looking car - better than the new body styles. The Camry and Accord were just a few dollars less.
The gearbox is a delight. My only gripe would be the space in the back is tad limited no prob to us we are just 2 souls and the boot mouth is a little bit restricted. I now have just over 6000 miles on the car, and I get 19-21 mpg. It gets better if I drive at 55mph constant speed. My worst is 24 when I've driven around London all day. Car now feels really 'planted' on the tarmac. Remember you only live once! Everybody has Bmw's or audi's.
The backseats don't offer an excess of head- and legroom. That number is higher than usual real all time average is around 22 mpg because in two occasions I tried to see how high could I go on one tank of gas and I reached 28. I have a serious lead foot and my daily commute is 40 miles expressway and 20 miles not very congested urban streets. Remedy Toyota will notify the Toyota and Lexus owners. I am looking for a car to drive in my every day life not one that I will be using for rally driving. Im 6'2 and sit comfortably in the Lexus but the rear is cramped. Road noise Lexus tended to shoe the cars with Bridgestone Turanzas, etc.
Most of the mileage has probably been motorway weekly trip from Hampshire to West Midlands with the rest around town. It's part of a new styling theme for the brand that has woken up its snoozy reputation for looks. An optional Pre-Collision System is available as well; it anticipates when a crash is imminent and reacts accordingly, applying the brakes more strongly if the driver cannot react quickly enough. I will be driving mainly non-motorway miles but I live in Milton Keynes where the roads are wide and open and you dont usually have too much traffic. When I collected the car, I averaged 38mpg on a virtually all motorway run of 200 miles 70 to 75mph. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331.
Needless to say, I am very satisfied with my Lex so far and it will be hard to go back to driving anything else. In the event of a crash necessitating deployment of the passenger frontal air bag, these inflators may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling. The only draw back is a back seat that is a little tight for adults. The exterior has the look of an expensive sports sedan and the interior is simply a work of art. So I picked him up and now he wants to borrow it this afternoon!!! I think the economy is more than acceptable. Then I look at the fuel pump to see how many gallons went in, and I devide that by the trip odometer reading before I reset it again for the next tank. Car now feels really 'planted' on the tarmac.
Fuel mpg average is about 29-34 on mine. I travel 50 miles a day going to work and back, I travel on a variety of roads and in traffic and my tank average always sits between 31 and 32 mpg, for a V6 2. I have a serious lead foot and my daily commute is 40 miles expressway and 20 miles not very congested urban streets. Here is my observation on my own car: On the highway, driving around 80mph constant speed for 40 miles, I can get ~26. Depending on the model, dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator or the air bag assembly, free of charge.
So if you want one just go and get one! Carl Hi, Id second all the other comments here. Remedy Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will clean and reseal the fuel pressure sensor mounting area, free of charge. The leather is super soft, the wood is warm looking and the chrome and brushed stainless trim add a rich look. I allways use the trip odometer reset everytime I fill the tank up. A relatively easy way to keep track of your real mileage is to use the fuel logbook at gasbuddy. My lifetime mpg is 21. Did not like the Audi A4, wanted to try a new brand, and loved the way this Lexus drove.
I've gotten 25~26 on a tank but it took a lot of effort feathering the gas. The onboard calculation said about 18mpg, but I started measuring it because there was no way I was getting that much and when I did my own calculation guesstimates I was getting about 14-15mpg. The recall began on December 6, 2016. General Motors will contact the Pontiac owners. Auto box is fantastically smooth.