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2013 Lexus LS 600h L gets new look, same fuel economy

Is this a case of beauty being only skin deep?

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Are you the next Lexus LS?

We hope you like the look of the new Lexus GS. The Japanese luxury automaker has made it clear it aims to spread the new "spindle" grille found on the sedan across the brand. During an interview with Takayuki Katsuda, chief engineer for the RX line, four teaser images were splashed across the screen, including what looks to be the next-generation LS. If

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Lexus issues stop-sale, recall on LS 460 and LS 600h

True to predictions, The Detroit News is reporting that Lexus has issued a stop sale on its LS 460 and LS 600h (standard and long-wheelbase) luxury sedans due to a problem with the electronic steering system that can temporarily cause the steering wheel to become off-centered.

High price for a hybrid: Lexus sets MSRP for LS 600h at $108,800

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Bargain Bin: High-priced hybrids get hefty incentives

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Frankfurt 2009: 2010 Lexus LS600h revealed in full detail

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Frankfurt 2009: Lexus 600h revealed in full detail

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Updated 2010 Lexus LS sedan headed to Frankfurt

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REPORT: Lexus to drop non-hybrid RX, LS and GS in UK

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Lexus brand isn't flying in Toyota's home market

In trying to establish a Japanese-market foothold for Lexus, Toyota has seemingly fallen prey to the same tactic that made the Cadillac Cimmaron such a maroon. When trying to launch a brand, especially an upscale brand, it's not advisable to rebadge existing models and crank up the price. It doesn't seem to matter how good the car is, or how swanky the new $10-million-a-pop showroom is, once an Altezza, always an Altezza, and paying 20 percent

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