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Pursuit of Excellence , 12/29/2019
4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
22 of 22 people found this review helpful

Ok. The touch pad is a little tricky. The rest of it hits the mark..I just traded the Mercedes S class for the LS and granted they are different machines but Luxury is Luxury..Absolutely no buyers remorse and driving the Lexus still makes me feel like a unadulterated spoiled brat...it all works for me..

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Awesome

Lbcappy, 01/01/2020
4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
20 of 21 people found this review helpful

Have driven this 2020 model for about a month now ... The only drawback is the infotainment system as others have said but I am getting used to it and its not too bad actually.. The car is a dream to drive and especially fun in sport plus mode. Gas mileage in town with AC = 18.5 avg. The car is quiet and comfortable especially the seats... Love it

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Dream Drive and Dependibility

Linda J, 01/01/2020
4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
25 of 27 people found this review helpful

Have had both BMW and Mercedes and both were mechanically horrible, and certainly not comfortable. These are strictly performance cars living on that reputation. If you are looking for true LUXURY then you need to look elsewhere. My definition of luxury is comfort, soft leather, 28 way adjustable seats, easy entrance and exit, beautiful exterior and interior, and knowing I'll be able to drive this car for years and years without having my 2year old car's air conditioning go out on a summer vacation. Just bought a Lexus LS 500 and love, love, love it. Had an ES 350 for 4 years before that and it was the most carefree, comfortable car we ever owned

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S, 02/09/2020
Inspiration Series 4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
15 of 16 people found this review helpful

I was a long term Lexus driver with my last car being the LS460L, which I had for nine years and would have been happy to drive it another nine except for the jackass that did a four-lane swerve on the freeway without looking. I had to wait for the 500 to get delivered to western Canada, and it was worth the wait. The touchpad was tricky, but you get used to it. If you like power and pick up, you will love the 500. The interior is pure luxury, and the sound system is second to none. One surprise is the run-flat tires, so no spare. They are pricey, so if I had a complaint that would be it. Best bang for your buck and years of carefree driving. An extremely reliable car. The longer I own this car, the happier I am. Can't forget the outstanding Lexus after purchase care

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Overall VERY positive, but electronics are abysmal

James, 09/08/2020
4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
9 of 9 people found this review helpful

I knew the electronics were weak in this car before I bought it, but I use Apple CarPlay, and as it gets better, I figured the overall experience would get better. Too much trackpad interface - just too much. It's not AT ALL intuitive, and it poses a conflict of driving on the road and having to push the trackpad button SEVERAL times for simple functions. For example, getting air flow into the rear of the car. There is no hard button to push - you have to go through the menu, and it is IMPOSSIBLE to find when you're NOT driving, let alone when you're traveling at 70 mph. There must be 5 pushes of the trackpad to facilitate this. Besides the electronics, the car is lovely. It is responsive, the Sport Mode is very cool and powerful, and the interior is just well-sculpted and pristine. The ride is library quiet, and the luxury is unparalleled. When reviewing, I take into account the OVERALL experience, which in my case is VERY positive. Nicest car that I have owned, and I just gave up the Porsche brand after 15 disappointing years. I had the 2017 Cayenne Hybrid, which I could not wait to get out of, and several other cars before this. I have driven Mercedes, BMW 745 Li, and other luxury brands, but the LS 500 is not only the nicest car, but also the best value. If the company could get their arms around better electronics, everyone would be driving the Lexus.

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