This seems to provide a good balance between comfort and economy. It also is very roomy for me and 4 friends when we go to conventions. I put in 40 psi in mine max sidewall is 44 psi. It has truly cost me nothing to own, thus one of the reasons I still own it. Inching along for stretches of time. I just shimmed the sway bar and the rubber grommet and the clunking noise went away.
It ran like a champ from day one and always had good power. One of my favorite hypermiling tools is the alarm clock. I also replaced the two front drive axles. I love the feel of the drive and sitting in it. Make sure you have a clean air filter, good spark plugs and wires, and other usual maintenance items. Be sure your tires are pumped up.
There are some here I would think. This will gain you some engine efficiency which has been discussed in other threads on this site less pumping losses which I don't claim to understand yet but it seems to work. The last 2 months or so it started to overheat here and there. I guess maybe it was the way I drove it?????????? I travel about 80% highway, 20% city. Other than the basic, every day use maintenance. You will have to get used to people seeing that space between you and the car in front as an opportunity, but you will find yourself using the gas and the brake a lot less.
I find the best speed to travel at is about 45 mph. There is an anti-sway bar on the rear suspension that makes a clunking noise because the rubber grommets holding the bar in place get loose over time and allow some movement. As with many black cars I didn't like all the swirlys. It is such a fun car to drive. Yes, there are lots of good tips here.
Beyond annoying, and frequently frustrates me. Anything over 55 and it really starts to drink fuel. Hello Everyone, I am brand new to this site, but I am hoping that I will be able to learn a lot from this community. We had to replace the security system because the seller only had one key. I am living proof of it. Yeah I thought I was the hottest thing on the road lol. It was smooth and quiet.
Would have needed an engine. On this page we have collected some information and photos of all specifications 1995 Lexus Es 300. Awsome Lexus — Amazing, dependable, comfortable performs like a dream for its age. One of my favorite hypermiling tools is the alarm clock. Back window was cool, when it went under half way down it kinda turned and went sideways into the door. I have owned for 7 years and almost zero maintenance.
Routinely get the car to 75mph and you almost can't even tell you are going that fast. If a part broke on the car you could drive it 10k mi before having to address the issue. Once in 4th, accelerate more quickly to your desired speed be sure not to accelerate so quickly that the car will switch to 3rd. Also, by practicing the techniques here with patience and persistence will improve your mpgs no matter what. So, I went with Mobil 1 0W30 on my last change green cap. The max I travel at is 55 mph. It wasn't the chip key.
Anything over 55 and it really starts to drink fuel. However, seven years in to their pursuit, the Lexus was now reinforcing that reputation. My commute is 28 miles each way to work and to home. You will have to get used to people seeing that space between you and the car in front as an opportunity, but you will find yourself using the gas and the brake a lot less. It warms up fast in the winter and cools down fast in the summer. Although the vehicle was not a genuine high performance sports sedan or a truly dynamic spectacle, it did embody affordable luxury and solid reliability. Great technology package with Bluetooth phone and music.
I find this car coasts really well, and this is where I gain a lot of mpg. I find the best speed to travel at is about 45 mph. My main concern is my commute from Burbank to Santa Monica, which is between 20 - 30 miles. This seems to provide a good balance between comfort and economy. Get the car a wheel alignment if it's pulling to one side. Performance: i give it a 4 because of the sluggish start from 1k to 4k rpm.
The max I travel at is 55 mph. Have you investigated alternate routes? You felt the V6 power. My commute is 28 miles each way to work and to home. Getting up a bit earlier may allow you to move a little slower in traffic but make up for it in mpg. Consider a synthetic, low friction oil at your next scheduled oil change, the lowest viscosity your manufacturer recommends. However, for my long commute, it is like a mobile office and the comfort helps the time pass quickly. Keep us all posted on your progress, and allow us to take advantage of your experience too.