Hello all,I just bought my first Lexus, 6 mo ago and have visited the site often, reading and lurking,lol,this site is a wealth of info, one can save some bucks just by typing in a problem.Thank You Club Lexus. Mine is a 2005 ES330,silver metallic,60k,was a lease car from Miami,seems to have been well maintained. I did the 90,000 mile at a Lexus dealer, that's a big one but I had to have since it was a lease car,thats my thinking, and now doing my own maintenance,my neighbor is a Jag mechanic, Im ex airplane mechanic,so between the 2 of us I have changed valve cover gaskets, the dogbone(upper engine mount),the cabin filter,and am having the drivers seat redone by a professional OEC company,Its fast,smoothe, and enjoyable to drive.Have a wonderful day.
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Hi, I purchased a used 1993 ES300 from an auction. The car was a drug seizure. For the most part it runs well but not very pretty to look at. I used to have a 94 SC400 which I loved. Hoping to get an RX something in the next year or so.
I have a white '98 ES300, purchased used in '99 with around 16k miles on it. It just passed 385k miles this morning, and is still running strong. We're Lexus customers for life; this car has paid for itself a hundred times over.
It's not the prettiest thing on the road anymore, but I still love it dearly.
I'm Jason, Age: 20, from the Cayman Islands. Not really new to this forum, just that I'm just creating an account and posting for the first time. Always came here to learn new things. Anyhow I'm owner of a Toyota Windom 1995 same as a Lexus Es300.
Hope you guys Enjoy. I'll be posting the updates eventually
When you get your new-to-you ES300 and ES330, please introduce yourself and your vehicle here!
Tell us some details about your new Lexus including:
- Model (ES300 or ES330) and package (ex - Coach)
- Color of the exterior and Interior
- Options including Nav, etc.
and a picture!
Hi, Perhaps this area is beyond me ( don't know if this thread works). Anyway, just joined, and will give it a shot–getting my 1997 ES300 w/ 145000 miles fixed to use it for years to come. Any questions for me about this-—OK. I am replacing the bearings on the front end, front brakes only, plus the timing belt and water pump (I think cheaper in long run), plus changing the spark plugs. Anyone else working on a 1997 ES300? - understand '97 - '99 are same. By the way, need a new left tail light (looking from front), so let me know if you have an unscratched replacement ( contact me through firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hi I bought a 2000 ES300 today.
Mechanically great condition. It needs professional detailing and it has some cosmetic issues that needs to be resolved.
It is burgundy/red outside and tan inside