2017 Lexus LS LS 460 RWD

Lexus LS
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2017 lexus ls

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  • Avg. Price

    $48,885

  • Avg. Mileage

    25,992

  • MPG City / Hwy

    16/24

  • Top Colors

    • Black
    • White
    • Gray
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  • Drivetrain

    RWD

  • Engine

    8 Cyl

  • Displacement

    4.6 L

  • Transmission

    Automatic

  • Fuel tank

    22 Gal

  • Fuel Type

    Gasoline

  • Door count

    4

  • IIHS Overall Safety

    N/A

  • Emissions Score

    N/A

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Vehicle Rating

Overall

The J.D. Power 100-Point Score is based on hundreds of thousands of independent and unbiased opinions of verified car owners regarding their vehicle's quality, dependability, performance, depreciation and their experience at the dealership

J.D. Power
90
Out of 100
BEST
90/100
2017 Sedan Rating Avg. Price
#1 Mercedes-Benz S-Class 92 $86,992
#2 Lexus LS 90 $48,885
#3 Genesis G90 88 $43,249

Ratings

These additional ratings provide more detail behind the overall score in terms of quality, reliability, safety, experience, and resale value of a vehicle based on verified owner input.

Quality & Reliability

J.D. Power
88
Out of 100
GREAT
88/100

Driving Experience

J.D. Power
79
Out of 100
GREAT
79/100

Resale

J.D. Power
69
Out of 100
AVERAGE
69/100

Dealership Experience

J.D. Power
86
Out of 100
GREAT
86/100

The Pros

Measured owner satisfaction with 2017 Lexus LS performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.

Amount of trunk/hatch space

Vehicle maneuverability

Feel of the seat material

Problem Areas

The problems experienced by owners of the 2017 Lexus LS during the first 90 days of ownership.

The vehicle's voice recognition and bluetooth

Styling of the dashboard

Sound of the engine/exhaust

Consumer Reviews Verified Owner Reviews

Reviews from owners of the 2017 Lexus LS.

Verified owner

Terry

  • Sep 04, 2017
  • 11,000
  • Owned 8 months
4 out of 5 stars

Traded in a 2011 for the 2017 Lexus LS. Can hardly tell the difference in performance however the road noise was worse, AC temp control not as good as the old model, voice recognition still stinks, navigation system not up to latest technology and the transmission doesn't shift as well as the old

Verified owner

Frank

  • Aug 22, 2017
  • 5,500
  • Owned 4 months
5 out of 5 stars

Being a previous owner of a 2006 LS Lexus which I am still using, I choose the 2017 LS Lexus based on the performance, reliability and total quality of the earlier version. I wanted to get this vehicle before the 2018 models became available. I am not particular fun of buying a product in its in

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