The 2009 Lexus IS-F has all the high-end features you’d expect, and reviewers feel most of them make the car better, richer, and more entertaining.
“All the typical amenities are standard or available, including heated seats, navigation, Mark Levinson surround-sound audio, and radar-guided cruise,” says Motor Trend, adding with a special fondness for the “optional (and gorgeous) high-contrast interior, with dramatic white-on-black leather.” The Lexus IS-F, after all, is a car worthy enough to have its own “special Neiman Marcus Edition.”
Jalopnik thinks the Lexus IS-F’s navigation system is “decent” and adores the digital “F” that appears in the instruments. Their enthusiast-addled advice? “Check the sunroof-delete box. Saves you 55 pounds up top.”
The Detroit News points out favorite features like iPod inputs, heated seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated 10-way power front seats, and a six-disc CD changer, perfect for when “you blow the doors off a BMW.”