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I returned home to Lexus!

James Geidner, 02/03/2021
4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

The Lexus LS 500, is how every car should be made. Attention to every detail inside and out. The Lexus buying experience is like no other. I have owned 3 Lexus in the past kept each a long time including a 2003 Ls430. I left the Lexus family in 2013 when I bought a Cadillac XTS...then in 2018 leased a Genesis G90. These brands think they are Luxury Automobile/Brand but in my experience and opinion, they do not come close in the car and definitely not in the Staff. As I mentioned, very happy to be back home with Lexus.

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No longer felt like an LS

Sttico, 06/11/2022
4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

I've bought Toyota-made vehicles since 1972, including a 1999 GS300 and 3 LS cars. Loved them all and was very disappointed test-driving the 2021 LS 500, which lost many of the things I loved about the LS: no touch screen, no powerful V8, now slow off the line, ride no longer great, fake vroom engine noise. I reluctantly opted for a BMW 750 series...not as great as my former LS cars but lots better than the 2021 LS in my opinion. Thanks

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4 out of 5 stars

Magnificent, With Unquestioned Design Quality

RWP, 09/26/2022
4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
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I've had my 2021 LS500 AWD for about 14 months. It's had no problems whatsoever. It accelerates well, takes turns with confidence, and the cabin is remarkably quiet. The infotainment system requires a learning curve, but it works well. Build quality is what I expect: top-notch. I'm not trying to impress anybody with what the engine sounds like - I wanted a quiet, comfortable vehicle that I can use for long-distance drives, and it fulfills that requirement marvelously. A few little nits that I never see in reviews from the "experts": (1) the right side mirror and A pillar block quite a bit of the view of oncoming traffic from the right; (2) the rear seat headrests block some rear view and don't fold down (my Volvo could do this ten years ago); and (3) that beautiful, expensive finish on the center cupholder cover reflects a distracting glare. But those are nits. Considering the quality of this automobile, it's a car to buy. Lease a German car, but buy a Lexus. You're paying for quality that will last for years.

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