RayKhan

Members
  • Content Count

    592
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

11 Good

About RayKhan

  • Rank
    Established Member

Profile Information

  • First Name
    Ray
  • Gender
    Male
  • Lexus Model
    CT200, SLK & DB7
  • Year of Lexus
    2018
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Dorset
  • Interests
    Classic Cars
    General Automotive
    Motorsport & Racing
    Car Restoration
    Car Modification
    Travel
    Road Trips
    Food & Drink
    Entertainment
    Computers & Electronics
    Arts & Crafts
    Literature
    Sports & Leisure
    Health & Beauty

Recent Profile Visitors

21,513 profile views
  1. I had one done in Bournemouth by Mike Stokes. But thats a little far for you
  2. Just picked up our CT200 F-Sport and tried the adaptive cruise on the way home, generally a good thing but as others have mentioned, people changing lanes in front of you etc will take a bit of getting used to.
  3. Sorry, wasnt selling anything and hadnt realised my Gold Membership had lapsed.
  4. I have a spare set in my garage if anyone is interested
  5. Well done hope you are both very happy together
  6. Sorry for the delay in replying guys. OK so the wife had the SC430 previously and now the grandchildren are a little bigger she wanted something easier for them to fit. The IS250c seemed bigger in the back which generally for the grandkids was fine, unfortunately anyone else will struggle to get in and out, even if you have the electric folding seats. The car does occasionally struggle to find the right gear on a motorway if you want quick acceleration, but not really an issue as it was never bought for that. Also I need to be careful here as I said the previous car was an SC430 and that had no issues with acceleration! The other odd thing for us and I do stress this is our opinion on a great car, we had a model without memory seats, a real pain as we have very different driving positions. No change holder, which again seems like a minor thing but a real pain. On the plus side its a rare car and looks lovely with the roof down, especially in the blue and cream colour combo we had. Roof goes down quickly and easily. Reversing Cam and parking sensors will tell you if you are too close to something behind to open\shut the roof (nice touch). So all in all nothing much wrong with the car, but she is insistent on having a car that we can get people in the back off hence why we changed. Personally I will miss having a convertible. Happy to answer any questions and do hope our one goes to someone on here.
  7. There are people on here who have had more than me! Once you get a goo brand its difficult to move on
  8. I too have just bought a CT which doesnt have a spare. My GS300 I had converted to LPG and used the space for the spare for the gas tank. Still have a GS wheel if anyone needs one. On average its 120,000 miles before you get a puncture no I know that is road dependent etc but its a lot of miles to worry about carrying a spare
  9. Hi Guys Just moved our IS250c on and now have a CT200 SE-L Premium. So the list of Lexus to date are IS250c SC430 GS300 x3
  10. So after a years ownership the car wasnt quite what we wanted, so off she goes. This time its the wife's choice and we are now owners of a CT200 this becoming the 6th Lexus we have had.
  11. It is a thankless task but deep down you know we all appreciate your efforts. I am sure everyone on this thread will agree Steve is a great mod.
  12. If this is directed at me, I am a Gold Member and have been for years
  13. I believe I still have a set of those wheels in my shed and I think I also have a chrome set of the wheel covers (dustbin lids) boxed in the garage somewhere. Make me an offer if you want them.