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  1. Do you experience a noticeable drop in mileage when travelling on highways after you have winter tires installed on your RX350? And if yes, how many mpg are you losing? Thank you.
  2. Reliability of the Genesis is not better than average. While the reliability of the ES 350 is at the top of the chart (the best). It is a no-brainer for those who do not wish to spend half their lives at the dealer...
  3. And for those who are not trying to have an accident... "Extensive studies into the effect of daytime running lights on the car accident rate of an individual car show that the use of headlamps reduces crashes by around 15%." "If we look at these studies in a little more detail, the mean results show that daytime running lights reduce front or side-on collisions by 13% and rear-end collisions by 16%. Furthermore, the number of pedestrian collisions was reduced by 25%; a massive reduction in a type of collision which often results in serious personal injury." http://www.youclaim.co.uk/car/ca
  4. And it was amazingly pleasant. After buying my 2009 RX350 last April or (May???), I went to a pure Lexus dealer for a synthetic oil change and it was a highly unplesant experience from all aspects. Today I went to the other dealer in town, a Toyota/Lexus dealer and it was a breeze. I am really impressed by their professionalism, respect and punctuality. Not to mention their affordability. Thank you Lexus/Toyota HQ for not letting one guy owns both dealerships in my town, like Audi, Benz and Volvo do. I guess those three don't believe in capitalism... (nor outstanding service). ;)
  5. A few studies were conducted and revealed that DRL reduced the number of accidents/injuries/deaths because the vehicles are more visible. OTOH, there are too many vehicles on the road, so please turn off your DRL and contribute to reducing the number of vehicles and drivers on the road ;)
  6. The Michelin Primaxy MXV4 replaces the Michelin Energy MXV4 (and MXV4+). The Energy was an excellent tire. Long lasting and very good grip on dry and wet pavement. Though sometimes noisy on some cars.
  7. After my post nine days ago, I realized that the approx. 150 oil changes I've done over the last 15 years are not on Lexus vehicles, so I concluded that my finding might not apply to Lexus. My three non-Lexus cars are European performance vehicles and I drive them very hard. Another opinion on oil is at the link below. It is worth a read. http://neptune.spacebears.com/cars/stories/mobil1.html P.S. Sorry for taking long to reply, but I had not re-read this thread in many days.
  8. I always have my rx350 on the battery charger as a month can go by between usage. You didn't mention the name of the charger you are using, but I suggest you take a look at this one, http://www.amazon.com/CTEK-Multi-Smart-Battery-Charger/dp/B000FQBWCY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1319987598&sr=8-1 I have two such chargers and they are in use 365 days a year. Read some of the reviews. Btw, this past week I changed two of the batteries in my cars. One battery was 11 years old and the other was 7 years old. I didn't really need to change the 7 year old battery, but decided to do both at t
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