JaxonWyatt

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  • First Name
    Jaxon
  • Lexus Model
    United states
  • Year of Lexus
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Devon

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  1. Do I surmise that you are from or have been in USA but are now in Devon (with a US keyboard with no £ key?) But I'm puzzled by your reference to GS350 which I don't think has been offered in UK - 2015 was pretty much GS300h or GS450h and a few GS200t models If I'm correct about that - what about getting a quote for a GS300h or looking for a slightly older GS450h - saving a few K on price will pay for a lot of extra insurance costs and/or alternatively the GS300h is perfectly adequate for UK roads and will help you keep your licence! The Mazda 6 is a great car - stay away from diesels - but you'd do better with a GS300h. I'd avoid Infinity now - they are withdrawing from Europe and were never that popular so parts etc might get difficult - they never got good press reviews. If you are in USA all bets are off!
  2. After haggling with my insurance I found out the 2015 Lexus GS350 F Sport I had my eyes set on might actually be more trouble than its worth due to insurance going up an extra $170 a month thx to its luxury-sportiness and general features. While that's not going to make me broke, it's a little more than expected and I'm wondering if anyone here has a suggestion for a car that is similar in features, sportiness, and size but might not veer too much in the 'luxury' sector. I've looked at the 2017 mazda 6 and 2015 Infiniti Q50 3.0 which seem to fit the bill but wondering if I've missed anything. Bonus points for Android Auto OR a removable stereo that I can stick an Android Auto double DIN into without hacking to pieces. Infotainment is important to me, but i was willing to deal with the GS350s due to the rest of it being amazing Budget is 25K, I am 6'4". Thank you!
  3. I was looking into replacing my 2009 Miata with a newer more comfortable car. I have had my eye and heart quite set on a lexus for a long time due to their reputation for comfort and god tier reliability. I narrowed down my search to the 2016+ gs models but man it seems the optioning for these is quite confusing and just wanted some help. things I know i want for sure are the sound system, RWD, and adaptive cruise control which i couldn't figure out if it was standard or part of the safety package cause I'm pretty sure the site lists it as standard but i think some people said its not. but that's about where things I'm looking for kinda split. I'm torn between looking for the f sport model or a normal model with the luxury package. I do love a good sport feeling car but the comfort of the passenger can be a deal breaker.https://discord.software/ https://omegle.onl/ vshare
  4. Just bear in mind that you are buying a car that is 20 or so years old and as such you more than likely will have certain issues to deal with at some point or the other
  5. I was looking into replacing my 2009 Miata with a newer more comfortable car. I have had my eye and heart quite set on a lexus for a long time due to their reputation for comfort and god tier reliability. I narrowed down my search to the 2016+ gs models but man it seems the optioning for these is quite confusing and just wanted some help. things I know i want for sure are the sound system, RWD, and adaptive cruise control which i couldn't figure out if it was standard or part of the safety package cause I'm pretty sure the site lists it as standard but i think some people said its not. but that's about where things I'm looking for kinda split. I'm torn between looking for the f sport model or a normal model with the luxury package. I do love a good sport feeling car but the comfort of the passenger can be a deal breaker.
  6. Hey guys, I'm thinking about buying a used Lexus IS200 6speed manual from 2000. It looks to be in great condition, has about 180k km, and two spots of rust on the roof. It's sold by a big garage chain that specialize in VW. This means that the car has to be in a certain condition for them to sell, which means that it should be approved for road use for two years. They also deliver with 3 months or 3000km warranty on the car. Now, I've asked as many questions as I can think of, timing belt, electronic features, some pictures, tires and interior. All with positive feedback. But I'd like some information about common problems with this car. I can't really go and test drive it, since it's a 21 hours drive each way. His asking price is also a bit out of my range, at about 10k USD, so I'm going to try and bring that down. Btw, this is in Norway, so the pricing may sound somewhat expensive/cheap depending on where you are in the world. I'm feeling that this is a rather safe buy. I own a Toyota from '98, had it for about a year, rolled 50k km during that time, and I've had no issues what so ever. I've been rather hard with it too. I hope that this Lexus is about the same in terms of reliability as my Toyota, but also have the ability to give me a bit more joy on the road. It is heavily compared up to the BMW 3-series of that time, and I really hope it lives up to it. Any help or tip is really appreciated!
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