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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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Lexus LS 600h will have some high-tech gear checking you out

In a Lexus LS 600h, going on sale at the beginning of October, there is a lot of technology in the hybrid powertrain under the hood. But, a new standard feature, the Pre-Crash Safety (PCS) system, will up the ante by figuring out if the driver is paying attention, calculating if a crash is about to occur, and then do something about it.

Lexus exploiting hybrid reputation to sell more expensive vehicles

Lexus wants to add to their US sales total by over 100,000 units a year and they are planning to trade on the environmental reputation they built with the Prius to do it. The new tag-line Lexus just introduced is "Gives more to the driver, takes less from the world," but the applications of hybrid technology in the Lexus lineup are clearly geared more toward improving performance than making much impact on efficiency.

Spending a week with the world's most expensive hybrid, the Lexus LS600h

Sure, it costs a pretty penny, but how does the Lexus LS 600h ride? That's the question that Nihon Car recently had the chance to answer, when they spent a week with the world's most expensive production hybrid car. Nihon Car is not focused on the greener side of things, and their mission was to figure out "how is it to dr

Video: Interview with Lexus PR manager Bill Ussery

One of our eagle-eyed readers happened to accidentally record an automotive program recently that included an interview with Lexus PR Manager Bill Ussery. Ussery gives the interviewer the full rundown on the Lexus RX400h hybrid crossover, explaining that there is no need to plug it in since it generates it's own electricity. This of course will be a disappointment to many of our readers. You can watch the video after the jump.