1991 Lexus LS 400 Consumer Review: What's the fuss all about?

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What's the fuss all about?
By lexus_driver on


1991 Lexus LS 400 4dr Sedan


Everyone seems to be raving about their
LS's. Why? I don't know. I've had
problems with
mine. Maybe someone treated it bad
before me. Whatever the case, it has
problems. The A/C doesn't work,
the power mirrors don't work, nor does
the display for the temp/time. The
switchgear assembly on the driver door
broke, as did the wood trim plate on
it. The car does have close to 150,000
miles, but I thought Lexuses went
forever. It does have good points. It
does ride decent and is
fairly quiet, though interior room is
tight for my 6'6" frame.
The paint is exceptional and it
is squeaky clean inside (including the
engine housing).

Best Features

Gauge lighting; auto-retractable steering wheel; sound system; engine power; exhaust note; interior materials (somewhat)

Worst Features

The plastic clips that hold the switchgear in on the doors should be stronger; headroom; faster power windows
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