Nelspruit – In an attempt to make the local Lexus IS line-up more competitive in 2017, the brand’s smallest sedan has been given a few cosmetic upgrades,… Read more →
Seldom do I attend a new vehicle launch and walk away genuinely surprised by the car in question. This week I attended the local launch of the new Lexus IS. Being a Lexus, I thought it would be predictably well appointed and have a smooth, enjoyable drive in the mould of a boulevard cruiser. While the new IS may possess a bit of what I mention above, it also showed me that sometimes seemingly unassuming cars can possess the ability to surprise you.