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Old 05-24-2020, 06:52 AM   #1
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Canít decide between Cadillac XT5 or Lexus rx350

I currently have a 2018 Honda accord touring 1.4. For the past few years Iíve been having some leg and back at you basically every time I get into the car I have to hold the top of the car and ease myself in. Once Iím inside Iím OK but still... are used to have a bmw 535xi and X5. I really miss that power! From a 300hp to a 195 hp. Turbo or not I just donít feel it. The one thing I like about the my accord is the safety features. My work hours is crazy and from that Iíve caught myself dozing off behind the wheel a few times luckily these features help keep me on track Lane departure warning, lane keeping assist and adaptive cruise control. To make a long story short Iím trying to decide between Lexus RX 350 or Cadillac XT5 both either 2017 or 2018. The Lexus IS Gorgeous inside and out but it has a 295hp Torgue 267lb ft while the Cadillac looks good to with 310lb 270 torgue lb ft.
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