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Pros: Screen in the Dash
Advice: It is a great suv!Great SUV! Buy It! You won't be sorry.
Pros: Audio System
Cons: Nothing so far
Advice: Just Buy It! Make sure you are not getting it for off roadingThis is a great suv! It is not for off roading.
Pros: Navigation System and HID self balancing lights
Cons: Cheap Sun glass holder
Advice: Just do itSmoothe ride. Good acceleration. Gauges were sometimes hard to see under direct sunlight. Some noise when windows fully lowered.
Pros: It is easy to get into (not too high) and has a smooth ride.
Cons: The dash and controls could be nicer and easier to access.
Advice: Make this the last car you test drive and bring your checkbook!I wanted the LS430, drove it and couldn't make a deal. At the last minute the manager said I could have the SUV for my price. I had driven and riden in several SUVs and had no intention of climbing up into a vehicle just to get bumped and thrown around at every turn! But,I reluctantly took a test drive. The RX300 had an incredibly smooth ride, cornered as easily as the sedan, had very good pick-up, a good turning radius and surprisingly comfortable seats. I was sold.
Pros: The seats are very comfortable.
Cons: I like evrything.
Advice: Try to bring down the MSRP price down.Lexus RX 300 is a very comfortable and spacious SUV. Parks well and Drives smoothly.
Cons: not a thing ,theres nothing to dislike about this car
Advice: Dont hesitateWe drove 500 miles in this vehicle about 2 weeks after we bought it new. We were extremely pleased with everything, including the gas milage. With mostly highway driving it avaged 27.5 MPG which is better than a GS300 we owned previously. this car is absolutely suberb. A dream.
Pros: Driver's seat comfort.
Cons: Only 4-way adjustable passenger seat.
Advice: Keep asking for passenger seat same as driver's.I own a '99 RX-300. This summer will be our 6th cross-country trip (SC to WA). Most comfortable car I've owned. BUT, HOW CAN YOU CALL THIS A LUXURY VEHICLE WHEN YOU DON'T EVEN OFFER A FULLY ADJUSTABLE PASSENGER SEAT?? Offer a 10 way adjustable passenger seat, and I'll buy a new RX-300...but not until!!