2009 Lexus Es350 White Pearl Sedan 4-door 3.5l 68k Miles on 2040-cars
Massillon, Ohio, United States
For sale my 2009 Lexus ES 350, this car has been used for sales the past 2 years, mainly highway mileage. Normal wear and tear for a 68k= plus car, never been in a accident. no dings or dents on the exterior. No tears in the tan leather interior. Car has been serviced at my local Lexus dealership, newer Goodyear tires. Tinted windows, car has been garaged every day....Buyer required to paypal $1,000 deposit, the rest will be paid in a certified bank check, I am not responsible for shipping. Check my feedback and buy with confidence. This car has been super, I am getting a free company car, so I no longer need this trouble free vehicle. The paint is the beautiful white pearl, a few tiny chips on the front bumper and hood,nothing major. This is one comfortable and dependable car. There is the jack for your ipod and it has blue tooth for your iphone. Heated front seats...gray floor mats. 6 disc cd changer....loaded and ready for your driveway! Car has heated and cooled front seats along with the protective molding on the doors to prevent dings and scratches.
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Mon, 25 Mar 2013 11:57:00 EST
Is A New Kind Of Lexus Hiding Under That Radical Skin?
Mon, 17 Dec 2012 11:14:00 EST
When the now-outgoing Lexus IS generation was launched back in 2006, the company would not have been wise to bring the compact luxury sedan to be driven by journalists to a track like Driveway Austin Motorsports. Taking along a BMW 335i for comparison loops would have proved an ill choice as well.
Our own Jonathon Ramsey found the current-generation Lexus IS250 to be fairly nimble over a tightly wound autocross course, when he drove it back-to-back with the prototype version of this 2014 IS a few months ago. Our track for testing the fully realized version of the IS350 F-Sport meanwhile - again with the 2013 version along for competitive driving - was on a circuit designed to string together recreations of some of the best tracks in the world. Laguna Seca, bits of the Nürburgring and sections inspired by Imola and Ferrari's Fiorano test track all make for a far more enticing road course than you'd expect to find plunked down in a nondescript area a few miles east of downtown Austin. Critically, this environment highlighted what strides Lexus has made in the sport sedan race with its new IS.
Lexus has officially built the very last LFA. The 500th Lexus supercar rolled from the company's Motomachi facility on December 14th wearing all of the goodies of the Nürburgring package and white paint. Toyota's Lexus division started production on the car exactly two years ago on December 15, 2010 and built just one unit per working day. A total of 170 workers were hand-picked to handle parts manufacturing, assembly and painting for the LFA project. While Lexus has made it clear it will produce no more LFA models, lessons gleaned from the vehicle's construction may translate into other future products.
Fri, 20 Dec 2013 11:57:00 EST
Specifically, Toyota says it may employ its carbon fiber reinforced plastic experience moving forward. As you may recall, the LFA made extensive use of CFRP and carbon fiber, and Lexus even created a special rotary loom to stitch together the supercar's A-pillars. Take a look at the brief press release on the last LFA below.
The Toyota 4Runner has always held a special place in my heart for its boxy styling and off-road prowess, but until now, I never had the chance to drive its more luxurious cousin, the Lexus GX 460. Granted, the GX actually has more in common with the foreign-market Land Cruiser Prado, but all three SUVs ride on the same body-on-frame platform.
Originally an answer to the luxury SUV craze from the early 2000s, the GX hasn't changed all that much since its introduction more than a decade ago. It's a big SUV with plenty of space and crammed with just about all the luxuriousness Lexus could fit into a 12-year-old vehicle, but, more importantly, it still has the chops to go places many vehicles in its segment wouldn't dare venture. And just for good measure, Lexus tacked on its new signature spindle grille in what has to be its most pronounced appearance yet.
I've had a chance to drive most of the latest Lexus products (including the IS, ES and GS) to see just how competitive Toyota's luxury arm has gotten in recent years, but after spending a week with the 2014 GX 460, it's refreshing that, for now, Lexus has resisted the urge to follow some of its rivals in replacing rugged, body-on-frame SUVs with softer, car-based crossovers.