I'M BRINGING THIS THREAD BACK!!! lol
My question is for whoever out there can answer this for me. Knightshade, you had mentioned that the wood grain is only the luxery package and without it, you must of the sports package (with the features you listed earlier). Well I am confused now... I have an '07 350 and I have wood grain on the center console as well as wood grain around each air vent and up the NAVI console as well. I also have the rear shade (which as you said was the for sure determination if you have the lux package). But heres the kicker... I have the sports peddles you were talking about and also have all the sport settings. Now, I already realized when I bought the car that it is NOT fully loaded (which I wish I had the Mark Livingston system and Dynamic Cruise) but does have a lot of the options as listed below:
Rear Sun Shade
sports peddles (brake, accel., and what ever that foot rest is on the far left)
park assist (front/rear)
rear backup cam
traction control (on/off)
Driver/Passenger Memory Seats (which is acting up... steering wheel moves but seats dont. Just started happening last week)
G-Spider Alloy Wheel/Tire Upgrade
Illuminated scuff plates
I know I am missing a couple things but I do NOT have:
The Mark Livingston system
Pre-Collision System/Dynamic Cruise
So what is my car?? What package is it? I am at work right now but I can post pictures when I get home if you would like. I am confused!!! lol
The sport pedals are easily added aftermarket (either with genuine Lexus parts or 3rd party cheaper pedals)
Woodgrain and rear sunshade and memory seats is the luxury package.
AFS is a standard feature if you have HIDs (which are also included in the Lux package)
Basically from your list the cars options are:
Nav (without ML)
Everything else in your list is part of either standard features (trac on/off for example) or the lux package (illuminated scuff plates for example)
then on top of that someone before you swapped on sport pedals.
And yes from description the two major options missing are Mark Levinson and PCS... so it's pretty well optioned, just not loaded.