I really enjoy my Lexus ES300h but have been disappointed with the way the nav/electronics display is not customizable and is clunky and modal to use. People don't use computers this way any longer. We're in 2013!
- ability to select several screens that are most used (like energy monitor) and toggle between them in one click instead of the home menu with several layers of stuff that may almost never be used
-ability to reorganize and create a custom screen layout that matches the way one thinks and uses these features
-there is no reason the clock couldn't be automatically set from the GPS signal since GPS uses an atomic clock signal for positioning
-Ability to puit station name or other short text on Sat Radio stations instead of just channel numbers
-ability to delete a preset station and have remaining stations fill the empty slot vs. having to reprogram another station in its place
-as others have said, restore sunglass holder
-find somewhere to store the huge user guides that won't take up the glove compartment- maybe a bracket on the trunk wall or trunk lid or under the rear seat?
Overall a great car but it needs a bit of refinement in human interface and usage.
Regarding the user guides, I went to the Lexus Drivers web site and downloaded all the PDF's to all my wireless devices.
Stored in Dropbox too.
My user guide that came with the car is now stored away in an office drawer.
Unless you found something that I didn't, there's no Index or Contents. So, trying to find a solution to a problem is pretty much a lost cause. For instance, if you find the need to jack the car. Where's the jack points and procedures page. (Without looking at the Manual, which is in an office drawer)?