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Lexus LS

Lexus LS 2018 sedan Trim Shown: 2018 500 sedan AWD Automatic
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The 2018 Lexus LS brings high standards of luxury, technology, and sophistication. The new LS is longer and lower, and still offered with rear- and all-wheel drive. The standard drivetrain is an all-new twin-turbo 416-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 hooked up to a 10-speed automatic transmission, which deliver power smoothly. A hybrid is also available. Handling is responsive, with less body roll and quicker steering than in past generations. But the ride is also less plush, particularly on the low profile tires. An air suspension is optional. The cabin is nicely trimmed and luxurious front and rear, but the controls are extremely convoluted. Expect high-levels of entertainment and standard safety features befitting a modern flagship sedan. The new LS goes on sale in February 2018.
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2007 Redesign Year
Lexus LS 2017 Trim Shown: 2017 LS 460
The 2007 redesign didn't change the LS formula much. It remained more of a luxury liner than a driver's car. With that said, engines grew in displacement and an eight-speed automatic transmission became standard, which was the first ever application to a passenger car. Hybrid, all-wheel drive, and long-wheelbase versions are available. Other options include a pre-collision system with radar-based cruise control, a 19-speaker stereo with an eight-gigabyte hard drive, cooled rear storage, a reclining rear seat with massage, leg rests and rear seat heaters. The end result is a supremely pampering car that isolates its occupants and is fuss-free in every way. The 2013 freshening included an updated interior treatment and revisions to the suspension and steering systems.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
2016 N/A N/A
2015 $52,500 - $59,175 $46,370 - $52,370
2014 $41,625 - $60,825 $36,725 - $54,200
2013 $36,250 - $51,950 $31,580 - $46,000
2012 $25,250 - $37,875 $21,185 - $33,280
2011 $22,050 - $31,975 $18,120 - $27,645
2010 $19,125 - $25,800 $15,330 - $21,810
2009 $17,500 - $22,050 $13,820 - $18,330
2008 $15,875 - $18,025 $12,255 - $14,445
2007 $14,500 - $15,325 $10,940 - $11,690
2005 Redesign Year
Lexus LS 2006
Lexus's flagship LS is one of the world's finest luxury sedans. It is super quiet, glides comfortably over bumps, and is filled with luxury features. The LS emphasizes quietness and road isolation with a long list of comfort and convenience features. All seating positions are extremely comfortable, and some models offer optional heated, massaging, power-reclining rear seats. The highway ride is cushy and relaxed. Handling is sound, but not particularly agile. Body lean in corners is pronounced. Stability control became standard for 1999. Unlike most of its competitors, the controls are user-friendly.
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2006 N/A N/A
2005 N/A N/A