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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Simon Harding discovers that the entry-level Lexus IS Compact Sports Saloon has an appealing cross- me-at-your-peril understatement Its cars may not be as common on the roads as the heavy hitting German marques, but Lexus, the luxury arm of the giant Toyota corporation, has established a reputation for pseudo- Teutonic efficiency and all-round appeal.
What I especially liked about the entry-level IS model was its cross-me-at-your-peril understatement, both inside and out.
The IS 250 Sport Auto petrol model I tested wasn't as brash as some sportier saloons - there was little to no fancy frilling around the bumpers and …