Intake: 2021 Lexus IS 300 AWD
Motor Trend|August 2021
Old power, new style, and updated moves
Conner Golden

Although it is refreshed, this is largely the same Lexus IS that’s been available for seven years on a platform that traces back to 2005.

Car dorks like us moan about well-worn car designs, but most consumers aren’t as picky. It’s likely they don’t care about ancient powertrains or outdated interior bits. Mostly, they’ll be happy the revised infotainment system is easier to use.

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