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by Acura MDX John from | September 1, 2013
This is a pretty decent used car dealership. The are pretty straight forward about the condition of their cars and their prices are great. It is a wholesale dealer so buyers should not expect all the cars to be in excellent shape but they do have a good selection of vehicles.
By far the most reliable and comfortable car I have owned. Compared to BMW 5 series a, Audi A6, Infiniti Q, etc. when purchased as a pre-owned certified. Have been very satisfied both with the car and Lexus. Would have loved to have the 430, but actually except for a lead foot problem, the 300 has more than sufficient get-up-and-go.