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Used Luxury SUVs Ratings

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    7/29/2008 6:34:28 AM

    2009 Lexus RX 350 - AWD

    Pros: The leather quality

    Cons: The rear cargo space

    Advice: Unless you really want to own, leasing is a very economical option if you like to trade often like me.

    The sumptuous leather trimmed cabin surrounds you in a very calm,quiet and comfortably spacious environment. The light bird's eye maple wood trim really sets off the interior as quite luxurious and appealing. The drive is very quiet and responsive. The fit and finish is stellar.I love the NAV system and bluetooth features.

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    6/23/2008 4:52:33 PM

    2003 Acura MDX - Base

    Pros: comfort and size

    Cons: LOW gas mileage!

    Advice: Beware of the low gas mileage

    I love everything about this car: the seating, the comfort, not too big, easy to drive, the 4wd, rear camera, etc. BUT THE MILEAGE IS HORRIBLE!! paying almost $5 bucks a gallon, and I get 13.4 mpg (Sticker says 17-23). Terrible. And the trip computer is inaccurate, telling me I get much more than I do. BIG disappointment. Now we're garaging it (it's fully paid for), taking it out for long trips, and buying a Bug to get around town.

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    11/25/2007 6:10:06 AM

    2008 Lexus RX 400h - AWD

    Pros: Ride and interior comfort and convenience features.

    Cons: Rear roof and D-pillar design creates blind spots.

    Advice: Unless you need the hybrid or want to be greener, RX350 probably makes more sense.

    The reason we went for the hybrid was so that the wife could use the HOV lanes (by herself) for commuting. Being greener is a nice side benefit but it doesn't make economic sense. The hybrid drive system is a little strange at first but you get used to it quickly. The brakes also have slightly different feel and smooth stops are not quite as easy as other cars, but you adjust to that pretty quickly as well. Acceleration is very good, it has plenty of power. Handling is pretty good, not great. We traded a 2002 Audi S6 which is a beast with loads of power (it's capable of doing 155) and a sport suspension with excellent handling for a big wagon. The ride is outstanding, much more comfortable than the Audi on a bumpy road. It's also extremely quiet except under heavy acceleration (not needed often) where the gas engine makes a fair amount of noise. At average highway speeds it's nearly silent. Interior comfort and convenience are superior, best of any car we've owned. Nav system works very well and the Bluetooth speaker phone works great. Audio and climate control are also handled by the Nav screen.

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    8/13/2007 3:22:20 PM

    2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport - Supercharged

    Pros: Looks Cool

    Cons: Everything else

    Advice: If you're an idiot

    A complete piece of 'S'. I've owned mine for one year, it's been in the shop 5, count 'em, 5 times. The work never gets done quick, usually takes a couple of days and nothing is covered under warranty. After 8,000 miles the brakes needed replacing for $750. And let's not forget that from the minute you drive your new Supercharged Range Rover Sport off of the lot your brakes squeek. Talk about embarrasing! I've got clients in my brand new $75,000 Range Rover and the brakes are squeeking all the time?!? It's been in the shop because of shocks stablizing problems, a tire gauge malfunction, a broken a/c vent, and the leather was peeling off of the steering wheel. Buyer Beware!!!

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    7/20/2007 12:56:05 PM

    2007 Land Rover Range Rover Sport - HSE

    Pros: Safety, weight of vehicle, luxury, capability

    Cons: jealous neighbors

    Advice: Buy one and actually use it offroad

    I have owned several Land Rovers over the past ten years. Regardless of all the whining I hear about the reliability of Land Rover I continued to purchase them because I have had little to no issues with Land Rovers. I have owned a 00 Discovery, 01 Discovery 2 2004 Discoveries, 2 94 Defenders, 06 Range Rover Sport, 06 Range Rover. They have all been reliable vehicles with some minor issues such as sensitive check engine and tire pressure monitor lights and an oil leak that was repaired on the first visit and covered under warranty. The service dept. at my local dealer has been fantastic!! I couldn't be happier with my L.R. experiences and will continue to purchase them. The ride, the quality, the exclusivity of owning such a low production vehicle will keep me coming back.

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    7/5/2007 6:42:04 AM

    2007 Land Rover Range Rover Sport - HSE

    Pros: the hidden towing package

    Cons: the room of the interior

    Advice: Shop the comp hard

    I purchased this vehicle several months ago with much anticipation. What a dissappointment this vehicle has been. Rather it be the expense of the repairs or the lack of support from the dealer/manufacturer. I find the room to be limiting in that because of the counsel takes up so much space in the front. The leg room leaves much to be desired, especially on long hauls, and the instirments are difficult to reach when you are belted in . When the arm rests are in the up position it is very difficult to reach around and retrive something from the back seat, this is because the arm rest only retracts so much and is exceedingly wide. The window switch also is located so that you must lean your whole body forward to put the window up or down it is not as simple as moving your arm to the button and if you are strapped into the seat belt this can be difficult because the belts are inertia activated. The GPS can not be programed when the vehicle is in motion which means if you want to change your destination during vehicle operations you can not you must stop the vehicle. Lastly I am now having a problem with delamination of the dash board in that the vynal covering is coming apart from the foam back. The dealer is unwilling to discuss with me the replacement and I have 25,000 miles so I am under the limit for warrantee.

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    5/25/2007 6:52:39 AM

    2007 Lexus RX 400h - AWD

    Pros: The heated seats

    Cons: I love everything

    Advice: Look once--buy fast!

    I love this vehicle. It drives so smooth; it is like rolling on clouds.