IS-F. lower maintenance cost in the future. better reliability like any other toyota. M3 is great too in everyway but i like the looks of the IS-F over the M3 sedan
I would also have to lean towards the M3, but only with the following conditions:M3 is a slightly better sports car overall. better balance and feedback. i bought ISF because of its superior reliability( i hope), and value. personally, i prefer the ISF styling, but i would not be suprised that most people may prefer the M3 styling.
You don't have to own one to be here. You just have like the car. Wait till you drive one!I love the Is-F, and I would side with it because I like it's style and I fell in love with it's eingine note. I do not own a Is-F nor have I driven one but I am a dedicated fan(and new). Do I have to own a F car to be here? if I do just delete me now.
Yeah, people in this forum are pretty laid back and complimentary of the IS-F's competition. In a lot of other forums I've frequented, such things will result in a massive flame war.For a moment there, I thought I was at the M forum. I am not biased, just practical. Before I bought the F, I was considering the M. I asked a lot of mechanics, Lexus owners, and BMW owners for their opinion about it, and they suggested Lexus. Why? Because of it's reliability. I'm so glad I bought the F because you get more than just reliability. You get performance and quality too.
Yes, there are several people that I've seen on this forum that don't have F's, so you are in good company eddy663.You don't have to own one to be here. You just have like the car. Wait till you drive one!
Unlike the LS which is hand wetsanded from the Tahara plant, the same place the IS F is built, it is not. However orange peel is not an issue with a car of this price and level.Does the IS-F come wet-sanded with no orange peel?