(PRWEB) May 18, 2012
The “IS” in the popular Lexus IS series stands for “Intelligent Sport,” and when one looks at the IS300, it’s not difficult to see why. Caranddriver.com describes the vehicle as “sporting yet calm,” and Edmunds.com tells its readers that the IS300 is “an extrovert and an athlete.” The IS300 is one of the mainstays of Lexus’s sport sedan line in the United States, and consumers can rely on not only the flashy style but the Lexus promise of quality.
Those customers who are committed to “intelligent sport” will certainly find the IS300 an attractive purchase, but what happens when one or more parts breaks down in the vehicle? Must consumers ship off for a new part directly from the manufacturer? Are any other options available for the price-savvy driver?
Buying a used car part is a fantastic option, not only for the price, but for the environmental ramifications as well. Why contribute to pollution by ordering an entirely new part or, worse, buying an entirely new vehicle, when instead one could reuse or recycle a used part? TLS Auto Recycling offers nearly 50 clean, quality, OEM parts for the Lexus IS300. Customers are guaranteed to save money and to make a difference in the environmental movement. With these dual promises, why even consider shopping anywhere else for a part for a Lexus IS300?