suv. Monday , March 20th , 2017 - 20:08:07 PM
Lexus is synonymous with luxury, and it delivers that in its SUVs too. Of course it's at a price, and this model starts at over $37,000. It's surprisingly economical to run, offering 20 mpg combined, and is probably the most comfortable offering on the market. The cargo bay can expand to 80 cubic feet, and there's room for five people to ride in great comfort. It's won many best buy stickers, and being a Lexus, it keeps its resale value well.
In the past they had some issues around EPA approval and they were in a pickle to grow a network of dealers because the car manufacturers didn't want to work with them. It must have taken the recent downturn and the almost total collapse of SUV and truck sales to get a little more open minded towards technologies available right now. Dutchman Enterprises send me the latest update below today, and I feel anybody interested in ways to reduce gas mileage would want to stay up to date. I realize that adopting a new technology that hasn't been approved by any large manufacturer is tough.
Overall, federal safety standards fail to provide roof strength requirements that adequately protect people from suffering roof crush injury in a rollover automobile accident. Despite federal standards, many vehicle roofs will easily crush a foot or more during a rollover accident. More stringent testing standards and minimum industry safety standards must be employed if the government hopes to adequately protect people from sustaining serious roof crush injury in automobile accidents.
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