Lexus LS 460 Reviews; Road Trip,
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Lexus LS 460

Lexus LS 460 Review
 

With a road trip taking us to Palm Springs we decided to experience the Lexus LS and travel in style. The Lexus LS is a large saloon, with elegant styling and an air of sophistication not matched by many other cars in its class.

The exterior design treads a thin line between looking aggressive and classy. There are some sharp angles around the lights and front grill serving as a reminder that this car may be a luxury saloon but packs some serious power.

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Inside the LS is jam packed with technology and features. The best way I can describe sitting inside the LS is to liken it to wearing a tailored Savile Row suit. It feels like a perfect fit and the attention to detail is outstanding. Even after several hours in the LS we were still discovering new features.

ďThe ergonomic design of the dash and all the features is simply outstanding.Ē

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Both of the front seats were fully electronically controlled, finding the perfect seating position for driving was easy. Some of the nice touches like heated seats and automatic wipers are not needed often in California, but thereís certainly no harm in having more toys than needed.

I always like to put sound systems to the test, and Iím happy to report the sound system in the LS was more than impressive. Coupled with the almost non-existent cabin noise while driving, you will be hard pressed to find a better in-car system.

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The ergonomic design of the dash and all the features is simply outstanding. There is a large analogue clock at the forefront of the dash, and all the buttons and dials are perfectly placed for when you need them. The climate control is always welcome in California, itís easy to lose yourself within the LS and the experience and shut the outside world off.

Overall, we found the LS to be both luxurious and exciting. When you put your foot down on the open freeway the roar from the engine is very satisfying and you get pushed back in your seat, equally, cruising through town is just as enjoyable.

 
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