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  1. Thanks for all the replies, I'm in no rush to buy so I'm going to hang on until the right car comes along, the 450 would be ideal but i would prefer a low mileage one even though it wont get high mileage use, unless the wife spends the money on something else
  2. Oh we'll I called into Lexus sheffield this afternoon to look at both cars, the 400H was sold within 2 days although its still on there website, the 450 was still there but it looked like its had a hard life, lots of stone chips on the front end and the drivers leather seat was in poor condition for a 2 year old car, I think it was an ex lexus lease vehicle. I will keep looking on there website but also having a look at the Audi Q7 and VW tourag
  3. thanks for the replies, the ICE package in the 400 is a bonus, are there any problems that come with it?
  4. i'm looking at getting back into a lexus after around 4 years without one, my last one the 220D killed the experience for me so i moved over to the BMW. i'm wanting a 4x4 mainly for weekend as i have a company car which gets used mon-fri, i started off looking at the Range rover sport then the Vogue but with a budget of around 20-25k these are mostly high mileage ones in my price range. my local lexus dealer has a 400H SR ( navigation ) with multi media and ICE on a 08 plate with 48K on the clock for under 18K as well as a 450H SE-L with a panoramic roof on a 11 plate for 23K but with 99k on the clock. any body have any opinions on the above two models? i have not been around the forum for a while so any help would be great. Simon
  5. hi, not been on the forum for a while since selling my is220d a few years ago, and switching to a 3 series bmw,im now looking at returning to a lexus as a second vehicle for weekend use as ideally we need something with a decent boot size and for when it snows etc, im not too concerned over low mpg as it will only be used at weekends mainly as i have a company car (citroen c3). i have been looking at various 4 x 4's and had my mind set on a range rover but have more or less made my mind up on a lexus as purchase costs are lower for the same year etc as im looking for a 2004/2005 car around the 10k mark. are there any issues with buying a 5/6 year old rx that i should be aware of? i have seen this on e-bay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lexus-RX-300-SE-L-V6-Automatic-FLSH-/330670426310?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item4cfd7e48c6 low mileage full lexus history and a 3 year service plan included, i think the price is a little high but i should imagine im paying for the service plan that he/she has already paid for, i have seen the same year cars on dealer forecourts for 10k but with around 50k on the clock. any advice would be welcomed Cheers Simon
  6. have a read of this guys thread http://www.s14.net/forums/showthread.php?t=44227 bought 2 x M3 evo sport bmw's that have never been driven and been stored for the last 20 years plus along with an RS 200 and a merc evolution, turns out that a billionaire bought them for his sons who didnt want them.
  7. i had 2 new ones put on by kwick fit, the front ones were bridgestone potenzas and the new ones they fitted on the rear were bridgestone turenzas, i only noticed weeks later when i washed the car. i called into kwick fit and told them and they said it wasnt a problem having two tyre types as they were both bridgestones, i e-mailed bridgestone to confirm this and was told that is was dangerous to mix tyres even there own brands. they kindly did me a report stating this and later contacted kwick fit to advise them on mixing tyres and the safety issues. kwick fit got in touch and changed the tyres to all matching.
  8. had the same problem on my old 56 plate, ended up snapping the locking wheel nut, the rac came and plugged the tyre and lexus sorted out the removal of the nut as it still had part of the locking wheel nut pins inserted into it
  9. got to agree about the deisel thing, the 220 was my first and last diesel, although i do have 8 renault master vans at work, and not had any problems with them unlike the lexus
  10. my old 220d used to drink oil, the light came on about 7k after the service, in the end it got that bad i was supposed to take it in every 1k so they could monitor at whatn stage it was using the most oil, i couldnt be bothered with that as well as the other issues i suffered with the car so i got rid. mine was a 56 plate black 220d with a private plate, hope you didnt get mine?
  11. chek out the video the guy must be well sick http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/13112009/36/man-d...-car-lak-0.html
  12. dont no if its alreay been posted but looks and sounds great
  13. i think they will offer a watered down version for the road
  14. bmw have revelead the new M3 is going to be aimed at track days but is road legal, be intersting to find how it compares in price ect to the isf http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/05112009/36/bmw-r...treme-m3-0.html
  15. looks like you have had a bit of bad luck? whats the damage
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