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Lexus
2018 2018
JTHBN36F555010037
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Main address: US,
Vehicle ID 267896593-15

New 2018 Lexus

$11,952
VIN:
JTHBN36F555010037
Vehicle:
2018 Lexus
Color:
Blue / Other
Mileage:
111,167
Engine:
8-Cylinder
Location:
Zip:
Listed:
7/13/2018
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CARFAX 1-Owner. LS 430 trim. Leather Seats, Sunroof, Multi-CD Changer, Alloy Wheels, Edmunds.com'>Visit my site&%252339; s review says " The Lexus LS 430 is still one of the finest luxury sedans you can buy. " . CLICK FEATURES INCLUDE< br> Leather Seats, Sunroof, Multi-CD Changer, Aluminum Wheels. Dual Zone A/C, Remote Trunk Release, Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Controls, Electronic Stability refinement and comfort levels equal to or better than the German uber-sedans, the Lexus LS 430 provides an exceptional luxury sedan experience. " WITH ABOUT US< br> You can expect this Honda dealership to continue providing the exceptional, award-winning level of service our community anticipates and deserves. Penske Promise - If you are not satisfied with your Penske purchase you can return it to Penske Honda within 3 business days from the date. The inventory shown is only a partial listing of what we have available. Please call Based on 2014 EPA mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle. Pricing analysis performed on 7/12/2018. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase. < br>


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Lexus has earned a well-deserved reputation for turning out utterly refined luxury vehicles. The hallmarks of this brand are a quiet, well-crafted cabin, a plush ride and commendable performance from powerful, nearly silent engines.

Lexus began out of a desire by parent company Toyota to create a world-class luxury car brand. Groundwork for Lexus was laid in the mid-1980s, when the company began tapping U.S. focus groups in an attempt to define design concepts best suited for American consumers. Hundreds of prototypes were built and tested on Germany's autobahn and on U.S. roads.

In early 1989, the company unveiled its first two models (which would debut for the 1990 model year) -- the entry-level ES 250 sedan and the flagship LS 400 sedan. The LS 400 was lauded by both journalists and consumers alike for offering a stellar luxury-car experience, with a remarkably silent cabin, superb build quality and a refined V8 engine. At the same time, the LS was priced considerably lower than smaller, lesser-equipped, six-cylinder European rival luxury sedans.

By the early 1990s, the Lexus brand was expanded to other markets, including the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. More models were added to the lineup, including the SC 300 and SC 400 coupes and the brand's first luxury performance sedan, the GS 300. By decade's end, the company had added SUVs (in the form of the LX 450/LX 470 and RX 300) and had sold more than a million vehicles in the U.S.

The first decade of the 2000s saw Lexus proving itself a trend setter with the launch of many hybrid-powered versions of its vehicles such as the RX 400h and the GS 450h. And by 2011, Lexus even introduced a world-class supercar, the LFA.

In the years since its inception, the Lexus brand has distinguished itself time and again in quality and reliability surveys. The brand's vehicles may not offer as much passion as some Teutonic rivals, but for drivers interested in vehicles that emphasize quality, dependability and comfort, the Lexus marque is hard to beat.