I bought my 2012 LS 460L with 18K miles certified at a Lexus dealer in Miami FL.
Drove it back to NC and found it to be the most comfortable car imaginable.
Had a 2006 LS 430 which was also a near flawless car.
I like everything about this car and it simply devours long trips on an interstate.
Have only driven 3500 miles since buying it, but it is so comfortable and enjoyable to drive.
Interior build quality is so classy.
Seats are super comfortable.
Mark Levinson sound is amazing.
Bluetooth cell phone link up is great.
I get 24 or more mpg on highway which is amazing for a huge car with a powerful V8.
the ls 460 as we know it , will be replaced shortly , with a a high tech version , too expensive for youngprofessionals , and too complicated for the over 45 crowd . the dash / interior is full of the features found on the 2013 GS model , which was released in may 2012 . The GS isn't exactly a barn burner in terms of popularity .
the lexus factory is incentivising the current ls 460 models , where the price is close to a 2013 GS. ( + or - ) $ 60 k for a midsize bmw wanna be .
if you are looking for the ultimate all around , ultra quiet , concert hall on wheels with status , grab an LS while they last .
all wheel drive , noiseless , powerful v8 , proven mechanical record with generally speaking happy dealers.
none . the car in 2012 is now as perfect as can be . bullettproof .
2012 LS 460 ; standard AWD , flawless .
now that the automobile is perfect ( even premium michelin rubber) , it's time for a model change to create unhappiness for awhile .
--- absolutly reccomend the 2012 LS ... save + $ 30 k over a 550s MB with 4 matic ... and no need for constanr maintenance ! .... Beats the pants off the Jag , leaves Caddy in the distant dust , saves $ 100 k over a Bentley .
Double Black , or White with Alabaster are stunners .
The only MUST HAVE OPTION IS THE LEVINSON RADIO . ( perfect balance , crisp stand out highs , and completely undistorted Bass
model year for this model Levinson ) ... Gas Mileage is 24 + on the highway ( 92+ )
mitchell rowe ;
Very disappointed at the nav system on my new 2012 Lexus LS460. On several occasions, the system gets confused only blocks away from final destination. The red dot Indication on the map at any intersection is off by about 0.1 mile, very confusing to users. Won't allow you to input address while vehicle is moving for safety concerns, but that's stupid, what if I have a passenger trying to put in a new address while I am driving? Unnecessary constraints! Nav is slow to respond, typing address must be done VERY slowly. I already need a update to the Nav, where is it, Lexus?
auto vent/filtration is cool
Homelink button location needs to be moved. Rightnow it's next to SOS button, come on!
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