Search the Community

Showing results for tags '300h'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Gold Members
    • Discount Scheme
    • Join Gold Membership
    • Latest Club Discounts
  • New Members Area
    • New Members Area
    • Review your Lexus
    • The New Lexus Owners Club Collection
  • Lexus Models
    • Lexus IS200 / Lexus IS300 Club
    • Lexus IS 250 / Lexus IS 250C Club / Lexus IS 220D & IS 200D Club
    • Lexus IS 300h / IS 250 / IS 200t Club
    • Lexus F Club - Lexus IS-F / GS-F / RC-F Club
    • Lexus GS 300 / Lexus GS 250 / Lexus GS 430 / Lexus 450h / Lexus GS 460 Club
    • Lexus ES 300h
    • LS 400 / Lexus LS 430 / Lexus LS 460 / Lexus 600h / Lexus 500h Club
    • Lexus SC430 Club
    • RX 300 / RX 350 / RX 400h / RX 200t / RX 450h Club
    • Lexus CT 200h Club
    • Lexus RC Owners Club / RC 200t / RC 300h
    • Lexus NX300h / NX200t Club
    • Lexus LC500 Coupe Club
    • Lexus LFA Club
    • Lexus Imports Clubs
    • Lexus UX200, UX250 and UX250h Club
  • General Lexus Forum
    • Lexus General Discussions
    • Lexus Build Threads
    • Lexus Parts
    • Lexus Owners Club Lounge
    • Lexus Insurance Discussions
    • Lexus General Maintenance
    • Lexus Audio/Video/Electronics/Security
    • Wheels & Tyres
    • Lexus Car Care & Detailing
    • Lights, Camera......Action
    • Lexus Motorsport
  • Traders
    • Owners Club Insurance Website
    • Opie Oils
    • Sponsor The Club
    • Lexus Dealership Offers
  • Buyers and Sellers Corner
    • Buy & Sell Parts & Accessories
    • Group Buys
    • Lexus Cars For Sale
    • Wanted
  • Lexus Club Forums
    • Motoring Legal Issues
    • Polls & Surveys
    • LOC Competitions
    • Add a suggestion
  • Reviews
    • General Reviews
  • Clubs Meets
    • Club Meetings

Categories

  • How to Submit a Guide and Why!
  • Lexus Reviews
  • Lexus CT200h (2011 Onwards)
  • Lexus IS200 / IS300 (1998–2005)
  • Lexus IS (2005 Onwards)
  • Lexus GS300 (1991–1997)
  • Lexus GS (1993 to 2004)
  • Lexus GS (2005 Onwards)
  • Lexus LS400 (1989–1994)
  • Lexus LS400 (1994–2000)
  • Lexus LS430 (2000–2006)
  • Lexus LS 460 / LS 600h (2006 Onwards)
  • Lexus RX300 (1998–2003)
  • Lexus RX350 / RX400h - 2003–2009
  • Lexus RX450h - 2009 Onwards
  • Lexus SC430
  • Lexus Q&A
  • Lexus Buyers Guides
  • Lexus Technical Information
    • Lexus IS Technical Information
    • Lexus CT Technical Information
    • Lexus GS Technical Information
    • Lexus LS Technical Information
    • Lexus RX Technical Information
    • Lexus SC Technical Information

Categories

  • Lexus Reviews
  • Lexus News Articles

Categories

  • Dealer Discounts
  • Gold Member Discounts

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


First Name


Lexus Model


Contributor

Found 6 results

  1. First_Lexus

    2018 NX Luxury

    Picked up my new NX Luxury in Mesa Red from Lexus Swindon this afternoon. No doubt it will take me a while to get to grips with the new navigation system and the touchpad, but so far it all seems very nice 😀 I must also thank Rob, James and all at Lexus Swindon who have been great to deal with - not to mention incredibly patient - throughout my trials with the previous NX Sport. Lexus UK also deserve thanks. The promise of this level of customer service is one reason why I chose a Lexus in the first place, and it's nice to see it is real even though I wish I'd never had to find out! I'm off to play with my new toy...🙂
  2. Hi everyone, I'm currently looking to buy a used Lexus IS 300H and have discovered this forum recently. I would be driving only at the weekends for a couple of 50 minute drives so really we'd do only around 5k miles per year. I've read most of the relevant threads which are amazingly helpful but still have a few questions. Wondered if anyone could share thoughts on the below? 1. Currently my eyes are on a 2013 300H F-sport with 22k mileage. For the same price I could get a 2015 executive with 7k mileage but no reversing camera or electronic seats. The F-sport looks great but would it be a more sensible decision to go with the newer car? 2. I've read many reviews about the F-sport being much rougher than the other models. Is this very noticeable? I couldn't tell from the brief test drive. If so, perhaps again makes more sense to go for a non F sport? 3. Realistically, for a 2013 F sport that's done 22k mileage, how much incidental repairs and expenses would I likely have to prepare for? Just wary of astronomical costs if the battery goes wrong or the sat nav goes odd etc. 4. Damages in car parks - I would take care of it so well but it's inevitable that I'll have to park it in a supermarket car park every weekend. With people parking so close (no spaces without people around), do you find that realistically, all your cars get scratched doors and mirrors? I would absolutely hate that... Hopefully I've provided enough info but let me know if anything else I can clarify. Thanks so much for your thoughts in advance - really excited to get a 300h but want to make sure I get the right one! Thanks
  3. Hello everybody! I am driving GS300H for about a month and i am very satisfied with it. This is not a real issue but i think it is interesting. I had many cars before this and all of them were much louder after cold start. Warmed up engines were always quieter. Now it is different. When I'm driving using power from cold ICE, car is extremely smooth. It feels like as smooth as 6 or maybe 8 cylinder engine. There are 100% no vibrations and only barely noticable engine whistle. Maybe You laugh but comparing to my previous turbo I4 it feels so nice. But... When ICE warms up, it's more like ordinary 4 cylinder, especially at low revs. It is not bad, but when ICE is cold, it is much nicer. Did You realized it too?
  4. Maxedup

    Satnav Volume

    As I was driving I had my satnav on and my Hi Fi up load.Each time the satnav gave directions I could not hear it over the music,I could not belive the music didnt automatically lower so that I could hear directions over the music like my Jaguar XF used to do. Does anyone know If this is an option to switch on that I may have missed.
  5. Hi, I waited 6 months for my 2014 IS 300h F Sport and it was worth the wait. It's exciting every time I sit in it..... But I have one small issue. When drving along listening to a libray of approx 22,000 songs on my iPod Classic 160gb the device constantly freezes and I have to pull out the USB connection and reset the device. I have tried reducing the number of songs stored gradually and now down at 7000 and it is still happening. It happens at least twice or three times a day. Anyone got any suggestions or solutions? Thanks...
  6. Approaching 1000 miles in the third generation IS. A few random ramblings... The ride gets better (or at least you soon get used to it). Having said initially that it was markedly harder than my previous Volvo in comfort, I really don't notice that now. I was also already willing to accept that for the driving experience. I haven't yet got tired of the excellent driving experience. In particular, I still love trying the car on new roads. I genuinely look forward to driving it every time. (As you can tell, I've had it a month so I don't do that many miles.) The car wins universal and genuine approval. Men love the macho looks in particular; women love the interior. Most of the features are exceptional (I have a Lux with leather and nav). The HD DVD is superb and I have put documentaries in to watch 5-10 minutes at a time when I'm waiting; the sat-nav is generally very good (although it could do with specific lane guidance); the range of music options (CD, USB, iPhone by connection, iPhone by bluetooth plus DAB) are good, and the Dolby is ok (though Levinson would no doubt be markedly better). The hybrid really isn't a problem at all. If you want to use it properly, stick it in Eco if you want EV mode for a period (say in traffic or in a residential area) and normal otherwise, and you still have plenty of oomph (in fact, almost too much - you're at 70 before you know it); if you want a sports car, use sports mode and the shifters (but be prepared to pay for it at the pumps). Sometimes, honestly, I find I'm just in the mood for one or the other! I remain mystified by the "annoying drone" or "whine" reports - there just isn't one, there is a brief (albeit initially odd) roar as you move up to 70mph, but it is brief because you get there so quickly! Otherwise, the car is disarmingly quiet at all times. For reference, I have put 100 quid of fuel in and still have over half a tank. The car was also walloped by a football but was left unmarked. One significant advantage I only noticed yesterday: the "volume" on the audio system is set individually for each type (i.e. for USB, DVD, DAB or whatever). This is great because it means no more blowing your ear off when you switch from one to the other! If it so happens your phone's bluetooth connection isn't great, you can move the volume specifically for bluetooth up; if it so happens your FM reception is very good, you can nudge it down. Great! A few ever so minor niggles: - water and dirt accumulate more easily than on any other car I know, due to the design (most particularly there is metal further down the front, and there is a significant amount of metal/paint in the underhang under the rear numberplate), so you do have to take time daily to clean it; - the direct moulding of the top of the car to the side, which the salesmen like to go on about, is great stylistically but it means there is nothing to stop water just dripping off; and - the bluetooth connection does cut off a lot, almost regardless of what you do, and the speaker reception (which is actually above you) isn't great for phone calls (i.e. people on the other end of the call sometimes complain that I seem distant). The good thing for those to come is that most of these niggles can easily be ironed out - they just come with the territory in the first model year. What we have already is a genuinely fantastic car; what will come in future years will be truly outstanding! I'd still love to get hold of the Lexus UK PR contract, though. Their web site is still full of flawed information and they really do need to get to know UK and Irish car journalists better - this makes it exceptionally difficult to persuade people to take a risk, even though I genuinely can't see a car among the competition which is even remotely close (taken overall).