Can you identify what it is?
Lexus has really gone too far copying MB’s styling so slavishly in their new ES300!
“Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a Lexu-Benz?”
Whenever I see something like this, I think it’s been wrecked and fixed by someone who didn’t know what they were doing….the trunk lid gaps don’t look right either, but that could be a problem with the pneumatic closing assist.
That bumper cover isn’t exactly looking that great, either.
Ever since Mercedes discontinued the ES class they haven’t been worth looking at.
The guy left the window open? lol
I shot this the yesterday when it was near 90 degrees out, so the driver was probably just ventilating it. And it was outside a Trader Joe’s in an upper-middle class suburb… not the kind of place where people typically break into 1993 Mercedes.
Maybe it’s too big, but I guess I’d take one in silver over the other colours in the ES300 paint chart….
All the vehicles are SUVs except for the Lexcedes ES 300?
I see four CUVs, a lifted station wagon, and another sedan, but no SUVs, and nothing “not quite right” with any of them.
Probably just an exercises of mind over matter. Put a Toyota badge on it and all of a sudden reliability issues no more!
There’s a group of scantily clad supermodels 3 cars down to the left but the camera isn’t pointed at them.
It’s the old scam to get out of paying parking tickets – the tickets will be written up as a Lexus – the registration show a Mercedes – the tickets are dismissed assuming they were written up as the wrong car!
On the one speeding ticket I ever received, the cop actually wrote down my plate number wrong… but my license number was correct so no way around that.
Really? Here in Florida, it can be thrown out for anything incorrect on the ticket. I’ll spare you the details of how I learned that in open court as a young deputy sheriff…
Ha ha I got a parking ticket on my Hillman just after I painted it none of the trim was reattached ticket read make unknown LOL. Rego label wasnt on it either, never realised such a once common car couldnt be indentified.
The elastic band holding the trunk lid on is old, dirty & about to pop.
That outback was just washed !
Looks like the Outback has bird poop ? on its flank!!
The parking space lines aren’t regulation?
The air suspension has collapsed?
It’s 2018 and there is only one silver car in the picture.
Modern cars all look so much alike it’s easy for even the owners to get confused.
Its all a matter of size, isn´t it?
I remember sitting in my VW Golf 2 at a traffic light back in 1991 right behind the just newly launched W140 S-Class. It was intimidatingly massive and I felt like sitting in a Mini Cooper.
And nowadays it almost looks like a midget amongst all those towering SUVs.
Whales don’t belong in car parks.
Does that badge say ES 500? IIRC, the S320 was the smallest variant of the W140, and it carried the former “500 SE” badging when it first came out around 1991/2 – they changed to the newer C, E, and S badging around 1993. Whoever fixed it mixed the badges up or these are letters and numbers the owner bought to somehow personalize the car.
As a matter of fact the entry model S-Class was the S280…(after the facelift and the change of the nomenclature).
It was the car that Princess Di had the accident with.
When the W140 was introduced, the entry model was named 300 SE (originally equipped with a 3 liter and shortly after with a 3.2 liter engine).
All the cars are between the lines. Never seen that before.
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