Users ranked 2007 Lexus ES 350 against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.
The 2007 Lexus ES 350 is based on Toyota's popular Camry platform, as were the five generations before it, but this time, the near-luxury sedan stands apart from its down-market sibling. Fresh styling that integrates nicely with other Lexus models in what the company calls helps set the tone, and the unique interior clinches the transaction. Lexus has positioned the ES 350 as comfort-luxury to separate the model from the sport-luxury offerings that have begun to dominate the segment. That's good news for techies who want a host of equipment in a reasonably affordable car. Notable standard features include stability and traction control, as well as eight air bags with dual-chamber front and separate knee protection. Dynamic cruise control with precollision and rear air bags are optional for those who want enhanced safety. Keyless entry with pushbutton starting is also standard, along with 10-way power front seats, a power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, and a power moonroof. Options such as voice-activated Bluetooth cell phone connectivity are available separately or can be bundled with packages. Plus, all audio systems have an auxiliary input for iPods or MP3 players. The 3.5-liter, 272-horsepower V-6 is silky smooth and moves the Lexus to 60mph in 6.8 seconds. Handling is competent and controlled, balancing ride a bit above performance. Fit and finish are up to high Lexus standards, and ergonomics are well engineered, with tactile switches and a reasonably clean user interface that keeps you from resorting to knob twirls and clicks.
Upside: The 2007 Lexus ES 350 feels like a much more expensive luxury car. In fully equipped models, options such as the Mark Levinson 5.1 sound system and the Panorama glass roof add to that high-luxury sensation. The car is smooth and quiet over a variety of road surfaces, paying off the comfort-luxury promise with conviction. If a buyer is prudent with option choices, the Lexus ES 350 is a solid value, especially when the dealer experience and resale are considered.
I used this on my 2007 Lexus ES350. I read on some other places where this assembly caused squeaking sounds, but I had no issues what so ever. I replaced it myself and it wasn't too hard. Afterwards, the test drive felt really nice and no bouncy ride. The gap between the frame and tire was alittle higher (about 1 inch higher) than before but I didn't care.
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