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2009 Lexus Es350 White Pearl Sedan 4-door 3.5l 68k Miles on 2040cars

Year:2009 Mileage:68300
Location:

Massillon, Ohio, United States

Massillon, Ohio, United States

For sale my 2009 Lexus ES 350, this car has been used for sales the past 2 years, mainly highway mileage. Normal wear and tear for a 68k= plus car, never been in a accident. no dings or dents on the exterior. No tears in the tan leather interior. Car has been serviced at my local Lexus dealership, newer Goodyear tires.  Tinted windows, car has been garaged every day....Buyer required to paypal $1,000 deposit, the rest will be paid in a certified bank check, I am not responsible for shipping. Check my feedback and buy with confidence.  This car has been super, I am getting a free company car, so I no longer need this trouble free vehicle. The paint is the beautiful white pearl, a few tiny chips on the front bumper and hood,nothing major.  This is one comfortable and dependable car.  There is the jack for your ipod and it has blue tooth for your iphone.  Heated front seats...gray floor mats.  6 disc cd changer....loaded and ready for your driveway! Car has heated and cooled front seats along with the protective molding on the doors to prevent dings and scratches.

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This is what a Lexus RC-based 'four-door coupe' might look like

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 18:30:00 EST

It feels like there is a secret law in Germany mandating that every domestic automaker there must offer at least one model with a four-door coupe bodystyle like the BMW Gran Coupes, Mercedes-Benz CLS and Audi A7. Several of the German brands even have the swoopy sedans in multiple sizes. So far, Lexus has stayed out of that fray, but maybe not for long, if a recently spotted test car makes it to market.
The brand is known to be testing a highly styled four-door coupe, roughly the size of the GS, under heavy camouflage. Little is known about the new model at the moment, but its existence makes sense. If it really wants to take the on Germans, Lexus is going to have to fight them toe-to-toe with competing models - especially with ones understood to have high margins.
Pictured above is a rendering from artist Theophilus Chin imagining a slightly smaller take on the genre based on the RC coupe, which he calls the RC GT. His design leaves the original shape almost untouched, but shortens the front doors to allow room for a rear doors under the arching roof. His GT would be aimed more against the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe and rumored Mercedes-Benz C-Class four-door coupe, rather than the larger models Lexus actually appears to be targeting with its vehicle under development. His concept certainly nails the look, though, and while it might not have a basis in reality, we thought that it's well-resolved enough that you'd want to take a look, if only as a "what could've been" flight of fancy.

Lexus reveals LF-NX crossover concept for Frankfurt

Wed, 04 Sep 2013 05:11:00 EST

Compact luxury crossovers are becoming big business for upscale automakers. Mercedes is slotting the new GLA beneath the GLK, BMW has the X1 below the X3, Audi has downsized from the Q5 to the Q3, and Lexus is keen to get in on the game. And to that end, Toyota's luxury division is coming to the Frankfurt Motor Show this year with the concept crossover you see here.
Previewed a couple of weeks ago with an enigmatic teaser, the LF-NX concept, in the company's own words, "explores the potential for a compact crossover within the Lexus model range." The latest adaptation of the "L-finesse" design language could be the sharpest and most stylistically Japanese we've seen yet, with the sharp creases of the signature spindle grille repeated all around for a razor-sharp look. Lexus only released one shot of the cabin, but it looks as sharp as the exterior and, while clearly stylized, looks essentially more production-ready than most show cars.
Lexus hasn't revealed much about the powertrain, saying only that it incorporates "a new variant of the Lexus Hybrid Drive system tuned for SUV performance." Whether it actually has an engine that Lexus will detail at the show remains to be seen, but you can delve into the press release below for more and scope out the five images released thus far in the gallery above for a closer look.

Lexus LF-NX Concept takes aim at the small crossover herd [w/video]

Tue, 10 Sep 2013 14:01:00 EST

Lexus is drawing crowds with its sharply styled LF-NX Concept, a car that previews a competitor for the likes of the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLK (also debuting at Frankfurt) and Audi Q3. We previewed the LF-NX last week, but we've since gotten a bit of in-person time with the compact crossover on the Frankfurt show floor.
There's a lot of show-car tinsel here, but the makings of a production model are fairly visible. That trademark Lexus face, with the separate headlight and running light arrays and an even more extreme version of the "spindle" grille, is present and accounted for. The styling is sliced and carved, like the Lexus IS, although it's difficult to tell if the production model will be quite so extreme in its looks. We'll bet yes.
Take a look above for the full set of live images from Frankfurt, then scroll down for video and some of the stock images from the original, online unveiling. Finally, click over for our complete coverage of the LF-NX from its debut, last week.