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lurch

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About lurch

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  • Gender
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  • Lexus Model
    Rx400h
  • Year of Lexus
    2006
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Suffolk
  1. Had Hankooks fitted on mine four years ago they have been superb and were around £104 each fitted.
  2. Having a broad Suffolk accent I would say " home" and she would come back with CD radio so never got grips with mine lol
  3. The aux leads are useful for playing PlayStation through the screens, when my son was younger when we went away on trips he would plug his PlayStation in there and I had a power pack which plugged into the cigarette lighter and powered it, was brilliant kept him amused.
  4. I looked at 8 before I bought mine and all were at Lexus dealers and 7 were awful ! Travelled from Suffolk up to Derby, Leeds finally bought mine from Lexus Hatfield but not the one I put deposit on as that was shocking too ! Be prepared to wait for a good one , one will turn up mate .
  5. Same colour same interior as mine , although I had my wheels powdercoated in a Porsche grey metallic so a little darker than should be , mine 06 plate 52k , awesome car you'll love it, had mine 6 years and no intention of changing it for anything newer. All best .
  6. I have a RX400h 2006 and a MR2 roadster and can tell you they have the same battery !! I replaced mine on my RX and my MR2 and the battery is cheaper for the MR2 but same part so if you do need one buy one for a MR2. Also have a solar charger which I plug in when I leave mine at the airport, have left it for over two weeks no probs.
  7. Hi mate welcome along, I have a 2006 RX400h superb motor you won,t regret it. I am Also in Suffolk, I have mine looked after at Roys Motor Company (toyota/Lexus specialists )in Norwich used them for last 20-25 years brilliant .
  8. No not at the minute sorry, have driven a newer 450 but still prefer what I have , I have a 2003 MR2 roadster with only 12 k miles on also , showroom condition but use my 2004 RAV4 for everyday use and RX for a long run. If I traded the RX probably be shocked what it's worth as paid over £22k when I bought it so would need to add to it quite a bit to replace it.
  9. Mine is a 2006 se-l which hardly gets used, it's taken out occasionally mainly trips down to Heathrow when we go on holiday, cleaned and then back in my garage, owned for last 7 years and now on 50k miles serviced yearly weather needed or not , but probably not worth a sight if chopped in for something newer, but well looked after so I would buy something that's been looked after , older, rather than something newer but abused. Like the rest have said look for history, condition over anything .
  10. They look stunning don,t they !
  11. Looks good in silver as well ! Still prefer the Red with red interior I saw in Japan though . Be good to see one come driving down the road will turn a few heads .
  12. Yep metallic, it was awesome looking, the U.K. Roads are not going to know what hit them when you see one coming down the road ! Lottery win only way for me lol. let me know how test drive goes....lucky bugger ! i have a 2003 MR2 roadster now that is low and not easy to get out of the LC was easier if I recall.
  13. Hi mate I have sat in a RCF but that was at Lexus Ipswich a couple years back so not much help as can't remember lol, and my RX sits up high so they are all low to me !!
  14. You can get someone out mate that will do smart repairs and would cost a very small amount. I have a chap I use for things like that little scratches etc less than £100 for something like that. Hope this is of some help if not another idea would be get 2nd hand one from a breaker ?
  15. Must of been repainted at some point for that to come off , never seen one do that before unless had paintwork done. Only way would be to remove it and get it painted again I would of thought.