This is the part I don't get. Pretty much anything to do with Lexus is welcome here! Or maybe you just want to give your vehicle its own personal stamp. I don't even just mean Japanese cars. It would be way too easy for me to just knuckle under and take it in at 5k intervals. A subscription lets you receive detailed maintenance reminders, vehicle health reports and valuable service alerts to keep your Lexus running like a Lexus.
V8 did not encourage sedate fuel efficient driving, whereas the Lexus is more sedate, comfortable and quiet. With unleaded gas, this does not happen. Lexus says the warranty is good regardless of which interval, but I want mine to last a lot longer than the warranty. And they even recommend different types of work depending on whether you're on the 7500 or 5000 interval, which is based on your driving conditions. If you go to lexus for service, they automatically give you that sticker which gives you the 5,000 mile interval reminder. Does it have appropriate clearance, and correct amount free play, does the seat belt system operate, do the seat controls operate properly. But the on-line maintenance schedule indicates oil changes every 7500 miles.
Back in the day, manufacturers recommended 3000 miles but with a filter change only every other change. Disclosure: has financial relationships with some affiliate links to products,services mentioned here,which enables us to offset the cost of maintenance and to keep this site free for everyone to use. Lexus Certified Collision Centers can help you through this stressful time. Have family or friends do a blind test by having them put gas in your car multiple times to eliminate guessing and then you drive it trying to guess which fuel. Then why does my dealer insist I come in ever 3,000 miles, and even sets my service indicator for that?? What are your thoughts on this? Since the dawn of unleaded gas, I have change the oil regular oil in as many as 11 vehicles at 7,500 mile intervals and have driven them all over 100,000 miles and they were still strong, when I sold them. It's a matter of personal preference, except you should stay within the recommendations stated in the manual for sure.
I inspected the pads, and it turns out the workshop did not fit the anti squeel shims to the front passenger side brakes. Do it for yourself and the environment. I prefer to use premium fuel, not just for performance, but also a name brand for the additives to help keep my high performance, state of the art engine clean and operating efficiently. This included front brake pads. I commute 85 miles a day and that is a small engine and revs frequently. You know how it is, an 18 year old P plater is going to have a completely different quote to a 50+ year old with a perfect driving history.
Youll probably end up spending more in the long run with these cars in the long run than if you spent more money on something with under 100k miles now. And know that each piece is crafted and tested by our engineers for a precise fit and finish, and backed by the full Lexus warranty. Then why does my dealer insist I come in ever 3,000 miles, and even sets my service indicator for that?? You're always safer going by the severe service or 5000 mile intervals. I know the is350 uses timing chains so no need for timing belt replacements. We thank you for supporting this site.
But the on-line maintenance schedule indicates oil changes every 7500 miles. I have no idea why that online schedule is different than the one in the printed manual. All of them come with new or almost new tires, and one of them is from a Toyota dealer. V8 had a market value of 15k, Lexus has 35k In terms of fuel, its a matter of opinion. I would like to know how much is it to service a Lexus? So those are a few things to look for, but take a cd with you and make sure the multimedia works, look for any oil on the shocks, rust everywhere you can see and use your phone camera for those you can't. When I was shopping, it was between my 250 and a MazdaSpeed3, which was real fun to drive.
It is also, in my experience, rare for a car with this much power to be booted in better tyres than Chinese ditchfinders, so my buying budget includes four new tyres as I don't have a death wish. This is the part I don't get. That's the only reset I know of. It also includes a lot of visible inspections of bits which will require wheels to be removed, vehcile up on a hoist, and other parts removed. Simply with some kind of proof to have this applied. By the way, don't by the marketing bull about using premium gas either. My front brakes have a loud squeel when the brakes get warm.
Then why does my dealer insist I come in ever 3,000 miles, and even sets my service indicator for that?? The brand reputation grew quickly until, barely a dozen years after its founding, Lexus became America's best-selling line of luxury motor vehicles. Even then the difference is insignificant to today's engines. I don't do any of those terrible things to my car, so I would love the longer maintenance period and so would my wallet. Have family or friends do a blind test by having them put gas in your car multiple times to eliminate guessing and then you drive it trying to guess which fuel. And they even recommend different types of work depending on whether you're on the 7500 or 5000 interval, which is based on your driving conditions.
I did that with previous cars, but with the 350 I'm going 4000 to 5000 or 6 months. Back in the day, manufacturers recommended 3000 miles but with a filter change only every other change. I set mine to zero and it doesn't come on again until 5000 miles. Premium gas discussion here: You're always safer going by the severe service or 5000 mile intervals. These are things which I would replace as a priority. We perform extensive evaluations to determine which tires are best suited for your vehicle.
L Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead lead com, pounds which are known to cause brain damage, l Used engine oil contains chemicals that have been shown to cause cancer lab, skin by washing thoroughly with soap water. I know most manufacturers are moving away from the 3k oil change interval with the modern oils. Thanks everyone heres some answer to your questions 1. Maybe I'll do some sort of hybrid with oil changes on the 5k intervals, but the more intense work on the 7500 mile cycle. I know most manufacturers are moving away from the 3k oil change interval with the modern oils. During the days of leaded gas, cars should only be driven 3,000 miles before oil changes.