Friday, January 23, 2009

2009 Lexus IS 350 Review

The Lexus IS emphasizes both sport and comfort, and the 12009 model hasn't really been changed a whole lot from past versions. Most feel that it didn't need any so you can expect that it is going to continue to be a great luxury vehicle. The IS comes in two models. The IS 250 houses a 2.5-liter, 204-horsepower V6 with rear- or all-wheel drive and IS rear-wheel drive IS 350, with a 3.5-liter V6 making 306 horsepower. Also as before, the 250 comes with a standard six-speed manual transmission, and the 250 AWD and 350 get a six-speed automatic.

So for those that are trying to look good they are going to find that the IS is going to do the trick, and give the performance. A combo of an IS and to buy diet pills for your body to look as sleek is a winning formula.

Details make a difference. Although there are no major changes to the IS, seemingly minor revisions to its waterfall grille and front bumper give it a more-defined look. Call it finessing the L-Finesse... As before, the IS shows plenty of identification with its larger GS siblings, but subtle differences in proportion and style give it a lighter, sportier look. Its width is accentuated by muscular wheel arches filled with high-performance, low-profile rubber, even lower-profile with the X Package. In profile a decisive wedge shape to the body, with the tail the highest point, and a near-fastback roofline give it the look that is more performance coupe than sedan. Full Review

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