2010 Genesis 3.8 V6 bought at 140K in 2016. April 13, 2020 runs great with 200K.
What year is your Lexus?I was talking to a friend last night at dinner about a potential purchase of new 2014 Genesis. It has about 600 miles on it from the manager using it as a daily driver. During my test drive, I noticed water a leak, presumably from the sunroof, because there was a little water pooling inside the driver's side vanity light that dripped down when I happened flip down the visor.
Aside from that concern, my friend, who owns a repair shop, warned that of all the Asian makes he services, he has the most trouble with the Hyundai/KIA brand at getting parts in a timely manner. He said Hyundai doesn't support their dealer network nearly as well as Honda and Toyota. While shear volume certainly influences that, do you find it more challenging to get timely parts or repairs done on your Genesis?
I've had my current Lexus for over 15 years and have never had any issues, and I don't want to purchase the 2014 Genny and face repair challenges downstream.
LOL.What year is your Lexus?
BAHAHAHOver two million miles, wow that's a lot.
return the 2015 to get a 2013 with 48k bumper to bumper and 200k power train warranty SOO HAPPY, although this thing ride harder than the 2019, but I enjoy it way more than the 2015...not as agile but so much more workable feature.2009-213k miles drove from Maryland to Kansas, no problem...
Sold my Lexus GX460 on sunday to get a 2015 5.0