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Lexus LS Lease Deals

The Lexus brand was developed by Toyota during the late 1980s with a solitary aim – to take on and beat the German premium marques of Audi, BMW and Mercedes. The car initially developed to do this was the LS400, and today the latest incarnation of this model – the LS – continues to sit at the top of the Lexus tree. It’s the ultimate in luxury and sophistication, and offers a uniquely Japanese take on the luxury limousine. It is well worth considering if you’re looking for a slightly different take on a premium car. Take a look through our Lexus leasing deals today to find the ideal model for you.
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Top 3 Features

The most luxurious and expensive Lexus there is.

Extremely smooth and quiet on the road.

Sumptuous interior fit and finish.

  • Luxury cars like the Lexus LS need to strike a balance between offering enough space for passenger luggage while retaining the classy and elegant lines of a big 4-door saloon car. The LS fares reasonably well in this respect, with a 430-litre boot capacity, but its hybrid batteries do take up some potential luggage room. However, the same is the case for the plug-in versions of the Audi A8 and BMW 7 Series, so it’s pretty much a score draw between them when it comes to boot space. There’s no shortage of room elsewhere in the Lexus to store odds and ends, with a huge centre console for the driver, as well as very extensive pockets and doorbins elsewhere.

  • The Lexus LS’ efficiency numbers don’t look too bad for a large, petrol-fuelled luxury limousine. You’re looking at slightly in excess of 30mpg fuel economy for the all-wheel-drive model, and around 35mpg for the rear-drive version. CO2 emissions range from 182- to 215g/km depending on the exact specification and wheel size chosen.

Lexus LS Models Available

Lexus LS 

Unlike many of its rivals, the LS doesn’t offer standard and long-wheelbase versions, but the regular LS is so long, large and spacious anyway that it doesn’t really have to. 

High Performance Models 

There’s an F Sport trim level, but it doesn’t make the LS any faster or sportier to drive than the rest of the range. This car is about luxury, not lap times.

Lexus LS Trim Levels

No version of the Lexus LS is short on equipment, because range-wide standard kit includes adaptive suspension, a rear-window sunshade, a 360-degree parking camera, a colour head-up display, 20-way power-adjustable heated and ventilated seats, a 12.3-inch touchscreen and a 12-speaker stereo, among more.Trim levels available: LS, F Sport, Takumi.

The Lexus LS Vs Competitors

The Lexus LS stands a bit apart from its rivals due to its non-plug-in hybrid drivetrain, and distinctly Japanese styling inside and out. While the competition from Mercedes, Audi and BMW – mainly coming from the S-Class, A8 and 7 Series respectively – are in various ways objectively superior to the LS, the Lexus retains a strong appeal thanks to idiosyncratic nature and the simple fact that you’ll rarely see another one on the road.
  • Lexus is renowned for the reliability and dependability of its entire range of cars, and as the flagship model the LS embodies this reputation more than any other.

  • There’s 430 litres on offer, which is about average for this class. Due to the complex and luxurious nature of the rear seats in the LS, it’s not possible to fold them down to free up more space.

  • There are 3 – the entry-level LS, the mid-range F Sport and the top-of-the-range Takumi.

  • It doesn’t just have parking sensors, it also has a 360-degree ‘surround view’ camera to help with parking and manoeuvring in tight spaces. It’s needed, too, as the LS is a very large car.

  • The boot is decently sized and there are plenty of storage spots in the cabin, but outright load-lugging ability isn’t a priority for the LS. It’ll carry 4 adults in pretty much the best comfort this side of a Rolls-Royce, though.

  • Leasing a Leasing LS with Vanarama couldn’t be any easier. We’re rated excellent on TrustPilot, plus our Price Promise* ensures that you get the lowest price guaranteed, with no unforeseen hidden fees and extra protection against any additional issues.

    After ordering your Lexus LS car, delivery is fast and free, so you can drive away your new vehicle sooner than you may think.

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