Everything posted by Lindseylum
I guess that would work, although I don't know why Lexus doesn't let the air flow through and out the trunk. My 2005 Camry allows that, and items in the trunk are always a moderate temps when I arrive at other cities... no matter how hot or cold it is. So... why wouldn't a 2017 Lexus be as good as a 2005 Camry? well, I do think in many ways car-makers and others go backwards over time, they get something correct the first time, and then find a reason to change it , but not always for the better.
My ES 350 2017 is new to me, and the trunk appears not to have any climate control, that is, in winter everything in the trunk arrives in 2 hour trip, very cold, even inside luggage items are very cold. Same in summer, very hot. In my older Lexus LS 430 some of the interior air in the cabin must have passed into the trunk, as I never experienced cold or hot items in the trunk after one hour or more drives. Is there any way to make the air in the cabin go into the trunk to moderate the extreme temps in the trunk ?