2012 Lexus LS Sedan User Review

Written by Regine

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Regine's Review:

August 7, 2012, 5:10 am
Overall

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Performance

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Reliability

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Features

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Comfort

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Appearance

I've witead and witead for this and now ..... I'm completely under whelmed. It looks like Lexus' management is going through struggles, and perhaps is schizophrenic. Old Lexus guard can't let go of the older and reliable [and shrinking] client base, so they tweaked the worn-out bulbous ES 330 with a fish-like tail, while new guard realizes the train wreck ahead for Lexus if it doesn't come up with something new, exciting and completely enticing (so, they redesign LS and IS). Are there two Lexus companies out there? Guess that only leaves me to shop for a BMW-3. PS if it doesn't have curb appeal at first sight, you can only rationalize that all of the other features make up for that obvious deficiency. xx

Overall:
  • Currently 1.00/5
Features:
  • Currently 1.00/5
Performance:
  • Currently 1.00/5
Reliability:
  • Currently 1.00/5