Ala Larj

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About Ala Larj

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  • First Name
    Alan
  • Gender
    Male
  • Lexus Model
    GS 300h Premier
  • Year of Lexus
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Hampshire
  • Interests
    Food & Drink

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  1. I wasn't too impressed with the ventilated seats on my old is much better on my gs. I think they were better if the ac was on cold.
  2. I love the red interior available in the f sport. It also has the adaptive suspension of the premier.
  3. Two large suitcases fit in fine. The high sill is the only issue.
  4. Which Michelin's? I currently have Dunlop sportmaxx which I've been happy with but if I can improve the ride even more I'd be interested.
  5. I have exactly the same but in Mesa red. Also bought mine from lexus hedge end. It's also a 2014 model but had 35000 miles on it when I bought it for a similar price maybe some negotiation room. Love mine. Highly recommended. Not sure what difference the facelift makes apart from the face! Premier spec is beautiful. Personally I'd go for higher spec rather than newer especially with a Lexus.
  6. I've noticed on the dab radio screen a time shift icon. When I click on it nothing happens. Was hoping it would turn my car into a tardis! Does anyone know what it's for?
  7. Sorry misunderstanding. I've had an IS before. I would on replace my GS with an LS. Small case confusion! My current GS is a mk 4 premier which feels special inside and is a joy to drive on motorways, windy roads and in traffic. Have driven mercedes, jaguars and volvos and none compare. Don't like bmws or audis so cannot think of a suitable replacement for my gs.
  8. I was waiting for the es to arrive as a possible replacement for my gs but have decided to keep the gs. It's been interesting reading all the objective views above but it just didn't feel special in the way that the gs does. There are subjective things I don't like about the es such as the dashboard and information screen but more importantly to me are the quality of the materials in the es and lesser feeling of luxury compared to the gs that put me off. Looks like I'm stuck with the gs for quite a while longer as I cannot think of another car I would rather have on the market at the moment until used latest ls's come into my price range!
  9. Mine starts in whatever mode I was last in when I switched off. I'd prefer it to always start in normal.
  10. I would never renew with any company that is prepared to lower there price once I inform them if that I can get it cheaper elsewhere. If they can't repect my 'loyalty' then I can't respect, or trust, them!
  11. Transported a petrol bushcutter inside my gs by putting the front passenger seat fully forward and fully reclined and putting the wife in the rear seat behind me!
  12. If that mileage is true I'd be worried! Lovely interior, horrid outside!
  13. Don't know about imperial cars in Bristol but my experience of imperial cars in bursledon Hampshire was attrocious. Not sure if it's the same company but after sales is pathetic. The CT is a great car but would recommend getting from a Lexus dealer.