I think you definitely need to take your wife out in that car before committing, it is a FIRM ride - it dosent have premium SUV suspension - no air ride, no twin gate shock absorbers - just basic, firm struts, and if she has has spinal surgery it really might be too much for her, it certainly was for me on any journey over an hour, felt like I had done a round with Rocky Balboa.You’re right on the order front m0t.
Lexus would be Sept delivery on a new one, or approved used can be picked up easily enough.
However used are still 10k above the price of a brand new CX60 which is why we originally went with the Mazda.
I‘m really unsure what to do.
Ive spoken with the dealer this a morning to voice my concerns. He says that even though it’s coming literally straight out of his showroom, it’s only been there on show for 3 weeks.
He went on to say the roll bar torque settings have been done yesterday during prep, the software was also updated, and the suspension issues shouldn’t be a problem as it isn’t one of the ones that where affected.
I know all new cars have teething problems that are usually rectified under warranty, but when parting with 50k up front I’d need reassurances.
I honestly don't know wether I should risk it, or walk away and pay the charges / costs and buy a used Lexus.
problem is, we need something pretty quick, as my wife has had spinal surgery, and needs something urgently.
My car was a September car and needed the suspension changing to the softer one. If the car needed the rollbar recall, then it certainly will have the first 'edition' suspension, so he is BS'ing you on that for one.