When I think of the ideal Lexus customer, my good friend J., an up-and-coming criminal defense attorney in Southern California, comes to mind. I moved from Los Angeles almost a year ago. He was driving an ancient Honda Civic so littered with papers, garbage, and baby detritus that you could barely see the floor.
Then I visited a few months later. J. took me behind his apartment complex to proudly show off his new wheels -- a brand-new Hyundai Genesis. You could serve tea off the dashboard. It had all the digital bells. Best of all, he said, it provided a smooth cruise that made the drive between West Covina and El Segundo, or wherever else he goes to save the presumed innocent, a lot less stressful. J. had taken a professional stride forward. The Genesis was his reaping.
I wasn't so surprised that my friend had bought a new car. He'd been doing well for a while. But my first thought, when I saw his Genesis, was: Why didn't he buy a Lexus ES?Read More »from 2013 Lexus ES, and the mark of a professional: Motoramic Drives