L 4dr Rear-wheel Drive LWB Sedan
2007 Lexus LS 460

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$71,000
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EngineEngine 4.6LV-8
MPGMPG 18 City / 27 Hwy
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2007 LS 460 Overview

Lexus is about 100 years younger than Mercedes-Benz, but, after 20 years of hard work, it has already surpassed M-B and all the other luxury brands in terms of quality, durability, reliability, and desirability among American buyers, an astounding performance.The flagship sedan that started out as the LS 400 and then grew up as the LS 430 has been morphed into a completely new car, the LS 460, that challenges all comers as the best luxury sedan in the world.It competes with the Mercedes-Benz E- and S-Class, and BMW 5 Series and 7 Series.

In addition to the new LS 460, there will be a long-wheelbase version called the LS 460L with a limousine-like rear seat and a hybrid version called the LS 600h, which combines a 5.0-liter version of the V8 engine with a new version of the Lexus hybrid drive system.

The all-new 2007 Lexus LS models are bristling with technology.The LS 460 is the first car in the world with a computer-controlled eight-speed automatic transmission.An optional parking guidance system uses onboard cameras to help the driver parallel-park or park between cars, a system offered by no other manufacturer.The 460L offers reclining heated bucket seats, a cool box, dual-zone rear HVAC controls, a folding table, an ottoman, a shiatsu massager, and, of course, DVD with wireless headphones.

On the road, we found the LS 460 extremely quiet and extraordinarily smooth.Its 4.6-liter V8 can propel it from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 5.4 seconds, according to Lexus, yet it gets an EPA-rated 27 mpg Highway.The eight-speed automatic is super smooth and plays a big role in the fuel-economy story.The electrically powered steering system and adjusts according to speed.The ride quality and handling are exemplary, and an optional Touring package brings a new level of sportiness to the LS 460.The brakes have been improved, and now they are fully electronically controlled, working with all of the other computers on the car to determine how much brake force to put at each individual wheel, rain, snow or sunshine.
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2007 LS 460 Overview

Lexus is about 100 years younger than Mercedes-Benz, but, after 20 years of hard work, it has already surpassed M-B and all the other luxury brands in terms of quality, durability, reliability, and desirability among American buyers, an astounding performance.The flagship sedan that started out as the LS 400 and then grew up as the LS 430 has been morphed into a completely new car, the LS 460, that challenges all comers as the best luxury sedan in the world.It competes with the Mercedes-Benz E- and S-Class, and BMW 5 Series and 7 Series.

In addition to the new LS 460, there will be a long-wheelbase version called the LS 460L with a limousine-like rear seat and a hybrid version called the LS 600h, which combines a 5.0-liter version of the V8 engine with a new version of the Lexus hybrid drive system.

The all-new 2007 Lexus LS models are bristling with technology.The LS 460 is the first car in the world with a computer-controlled eight-speed automatic transmission.An optional parking guidance system uses onboard cameras to help the driver parallel-park or park between cars, a system offered by no other manufacturer.The 460L offers reclining heated bucket seats, a cool box, dual-zone rear HVAC controls, a folding table, an ottoman, a shiatsu massager, and, of course, DVD with wireless headphones.

On the road, we found the LS 460 extremely quiet and extraordinarily smooth.Its 4.6-liter V8 can propel it from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 5.4 seconds, according to Lexus, yet it gets an EPA-rated 27 mpg Highway.The eight-speed automatic is super smooth and plays a big role in the fuel-economy story.The electrically powered steering system and adjusts according to speed.The ride quality and handling are exemplary, and an optional Touring package brings a new level of sportiness to the LS 460.The brakes have been improved, and now they are fully electronically controlled, working with all of the other computers on the car to determine how much brake force to put at each individual wheel, rain, snow or sunshine.Hide Full Review