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Is my Lexus a piece of junk? I have a 2006 Lexus GS 300. It needs aligning every time I get the oil changed! After 18000 miles I need a new set of tires. The wires are showing. Lexus is doing nothing about it and the car is driven approximately 200 miles a week all highway.

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Yes your car is a piece of junk. Sorry, not trying to be rude but it's a lemon as well as every single 2006 gs300. Not because the front end alignment issue but because the engine is garbage. If you haven't had the $6k piston ect. Engine rebuild you will soon, and if you have had it done sooner or later you're gonna have to have it done again and by now the extended warranty for that problem is up or almost up on your car. Bottom line the engine is junk and lexus doesn't stand by their product.

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A car's front end alignment should last several hundred thousand miles.

Getting it adjusted every 50K is a good idea, but is not needed yet by that point, in most cases.

Something is not right with your car.

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I know you have the solution by now by Im submitting this post anyway.

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