2005 Lexus ES 330 Sedan
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- Smooth, quiet ride. Comfortable interior. Top of the line fit and finish.Stereo sound is very good.
- Needs more power to be in line with German cars in the same price range.
Engine is very smooth and quiet. Road bumps are dampened. Leather seats are comfortable but easily scratched. Instrument panel in front of the driver is easy to read but the environmental control buttons are quite difficult to operate while you are driving the car, I prefer the old fashioned dials. Forget about seeing the letters and numerals on the display screen while you are wearing smoke or gray colored sunglasses but no problem if you are wearing amber colored sunglasses. Wood trim add class and air of luxury on this "entry-level" luxury car. Air-condition or heater fan not too noisy even on full blast. Both front seats are powered and can be adjusted in many ways for comfort. Powered sunroof is nice but my wife and I seldom open it because we live near the coast in Northern California and it is almost always too cold to leave it open. I'm taking my car for its first 5,000-mile service soon and the only trouble I have found on this car so far is the horn, it now sounds like a mini car and I hardly used the horn since I bought it four months ago. Acceleration is average but I find it to have enough power when climbing hills.
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