This car is really not at all exciting or in any ways a good looking car.
Yes I would say the seats are comfortable, but the stiff suspension that feels like the springs are made out of wooden blocks really dose not promote that fact...
The MPG is a bit off too, for quick city like driving your average will go from 25MPG to 15MPG this will hurt your wallet!
On the whole i would not buy one.
I am thoroughly biased - I love my Lex. I also have a Discovery for local use and a Galaxy which my wife runs but the Lex is delightful for cruising European highways. I had an 'S' type Jaguar until two months ago but it was quite uncomfortable on long journeys. The Lex is quiet, around 25-26 mpg so far, handles well and is obviously not an off-road vehicle and I would not even contemplate going off-road in it.But ice and snow are no problem and we feel secure. So far I am impressed with the engineering and style, though some say it's out-dated, but they said the same about the kiwi-fruit! I'd like to up-date this review if I come across any problems or difficulties but I have, so far, no regrets about buying one.
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