Lexus LS Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
The most luxurious and expensive Lexus there is.
Extremely smooth and quiet on the road.
Sumptuous interior fit and finish.
Why Lease A Lexus LS?
Benefits Of Leasing A Lexus LSLeasing a Lexus LS is an option reserved for a lucky few – and if you’re one of them, you’ll likely be considering the ‘Big 3’ German brands saloon cars as well. All 3 are a common sight at high-end hotels, private airport terminals and fashionable city districts. Leasing an LS is therefore a good way of doing things a little differently. The Lexus is just as comfortable and high-quality as the German trio. However, it brings a more delicate design philosophy to the table. Inside and out, the LS has a uniquely Japanese touch. It also boasts petrol-electric hybrid power to keep fuel economy and CO2 emissions in check.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
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 LSUnlike 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 ModelsThere’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
The Lexus LS Vs Competitors
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.
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