I have a 2017 Lexus ES 350 4-Door Sedan with 18,000 miles. Brake actuators failed, Lane departure warning system failed, ABS failed.
It is covered under warranty, but what do I do after 30,000 mile warranty expires.? These are not cheap fixes. it will cost few thousand dollars to replace. when I pay tens of thousands of dollars for a car that is sold as luxury.
I expect a reliability level, better than a regular car. I had a 2003 Toyota Camry, run 288,000miles no problems, I had 2006 Toyota Highlander run 217,000 miles no problems. I don't know if these are common problems in new Lexus cars. Or is the new design just BAD.
Being an engineering professor, I understand that there can be a few lemon products or the design change is so drastic that they are testing the product on the market.
If that is the case it is a good idea to stay away from Lexus for a while at least. Once my car is fixed I am considering trading it in for BMW 500 series, that's Is what I had before.
Never had any problems with BMW 530i.
Lexus you really disappointed me. Stay away from Lexus.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $40000.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
I didn't like: Relaibility of lexus 350es at 18000 miles.