2010 Lexus RX450h AWD in Snow
(1) Lexus 2010 RX450h AWD Hybrid
(2) Dueler HL 400 P235/55/R19 101V tires
(3) Laclede tire cables P/N: 7022-029-11
Where: CA, NV, MT, MN, ID, WY Road Trip
Who sold me the vehicle:
My friend Eric
Lexus Master Certified Internet Sales Consultant
Lexus of Concord
2001 Market Street, Concord, CA 94520
Direct Cell: 408-569-0643
Pros: Increases snow-driving capabilities
Cons: AWD is part-time...upgrade to the GX if you drive in the heavy white stuff.
Purchased-Lexus from from Eric(Lexus of Concord, CA)...part time AWD with tire-cables perform just as well as any pick-up truck I have ever owned.... tested tire cables Lexus Rep's Eric and Lexus service buddy Randy suggested instead of chains.
Purchased Tire cables from CSK Auto store http://kragen.com
...Tire Chains mfg'ed by Laclede Chain U.S. Manufacturing Company
find a rep in your area:
P/N 7022-029-11(comes with Storage case)
Tested From -30F to +11F in soft/hard snow...Lexus electronic SNOW mode/tire cable function was good...with tire cables on, equal to 4x4 Chevy/Ford pickups in deep packed or drifting snow. Without cables/chains, say out of the deep stuff. Brakes functioning without any issue, if accelerator is pressed with brakes, brakes override...ice/cold not a problem.
2013 Lexus RX 450h walk around Magnussen's Lexus of Fremont
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E 63 AMG vs M5 F10 0-300 km/h
2011 Mercedes Benz E 63 AMG
2012 BMW M5 F10
I don't know if the engines were warm or cold.
Officially 0-100 times:
E 63 AMG = 4.2s
M5 F10 = 4.4s
Both are really nice cars but i would prefer the E 63 AMG. I like it because of the design,engine (mercedes engine's never die ; ) and they doesn't need much servicing), acceleration and of course the AMG Sound XD i love the orgasm sound.
Normally Mercedes builds a bit more heavier cars than BMW but the F10 is heavier than the E 63. That should be noticeable on the Race Track.
What do you think ?