That's what I find frustrating about Lexus and attractive about Acura. Acura is pretty smart as the only options you have to choose prior to the car being ordered are MT/AT and Navi/No-Nav. Everything else is done at the dealer. Lexus has packages that go up and up and are all inclusive of all other options below that package. There is no "I want this but not this."
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