1) The hump of the AWD trans. tunnel hits your right leg calf area. It wasn't noticable until I jumped into the IS350 right after, then went back into the IS250 AWD.roybite said:Great write up! Great photos!
I have a few questions:
1. Did the hump of the transfer case in the 250 awd interfere with the drivers right foot?
2. Could an adult sit comfortably in the rear seat?
3. If you were rating the acceleration of the 250 and 350 out of 10(10 being the best and 6 being the stock is300) what would you rate them?
Flipside909 said:1) The hump of the AWD trans. tunnel hits your right leg calf area. It wasn't noticable until I jumped into the IS350 right after, then went back into the IS250 AWD.
3) IS250= 8 IS350= 10
The gearing in both new IS' are much better suited than the gearing of the IS300.
We did alot of cruising at around 60mph. The tach was pretty much pegged at a very low 2k RPM in 6th gear. The auto gearing is awesome on the new IS...here are the stats I posted on another thread:mr. haison said:what were the RPM's during highway cruises. I don't like how the current IS300's gearing has it at 3k rpms at 70mph.