I traded my 2002 LS-430 for the 460. The older 430 seemed much more of a luxury car in style, roominess, and feel. The gas mileage on the 460 is awful and exterior style is not distinctive enough to set it apart as a luxury car. It looks like a car costing $30-45K rather than the sticker $76K .
Very smooth handling; stylish dash; bluetooth-capable; full-featured navigation system.
Lexus needs to design a hybrid luxury car with great mileage (the L600 is only 19/23 and $96+K) - put the mileage of the 250 in a 460; don't put compartments within the glove box; make the arm rest extend more to the front (for us drivers who drive with the seat way forward).
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