March 12, 2017
Autojournos salivated for years for a downfall of Lexus, and pronounced it "resting on its laurels" with Hyundai (now Genesis) always about to beat it, but never succeeding. Well, here it comes: Lexus ES is now cheaply made and falls apart after only 12,954 miles.
Power/Volume button's cap popped off.
Dash sags and allows to look under the windshield.
Stitching of the steering wheel cuts painfully into my index finger.
Someone could try to argue that 13k miles is a hard duty as a rental. But I only grant it in case of the volume control button that a renter could pop, but not the dash and not the stitching.
Lexus is in trouble.
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