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Five years ago you recommended me a Lexus RX300. I have since been delighted with this car but feel it is now time to think of a replacement I am 80 years of age, somewhat disabled and overweight and therefore need a car with easy access. Could you kindly advise me? Price immaterial.

Asked on 27 March 2010 by J.H., London W9

Answered by Honest John
You might have a very pleasant experience of a Lexus RX450h (hybrid). Take a test drive.

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