Lexus Ls Ls 460 L on 2040-cars
Miami, Florida, United States
2011 Lexus LS 460 L for sale , automatic with 25k LOW MILES. This vehicle is fully loaded with the following options: • V8, 4.6 Liter• Automatic, 8-Speed with Overdrive & Sequential Mode• AWD• Cold weather package• Luxury package• Parking guidance package• Rear Seat Upgrade package• Traction Control• Vehicle Dynamic Control• ABS (4-wheel)• Keyless Entry• Keyless Start• Air Conditioning, front and rear• Power Windows• Power Door locks• Cruise control• Power Steering• Tilt & Telescoping wheel • AM/FM Stereo• MP3 (Multi Disk)• Mark Levinson Sound• XM Satellite• Navigaton System• Bluetooth Wireless• Dual Air Bags• Side Air Bags• F&R Head Curtain Air Bags• Heated Seats• Cooled Seats• Dual Power Seats• Executive Seating• Leather• Moon Roof• Alloy wheels YES it is fully loaded and YES it has dynamic cruise control..... This car has never been in any accidents with a clear title/carfax. Title is paid off and ready to go.
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Auto blogFri, 01 Aug 2014
Take a good look at the image above. That's the US-market Lexus NX 300h, and it looks, well... distinctive. Although the entire NX crossover sports styling that could certainly be described as controversial, it's the front end of the 'ute that seems to draw most of the ire, befitted as it is with Lexus' so-called spindle grill.
Now, take a look at the pair of images just below. The one on the left is from the States (the same model seen above), while the one on the right comes from Europe. Notice a difference? The lower front fascia of the European Lexus NX dips down much lower than the one from the US, and it looks much more refined because of it.
Why the disparity between the two designs? According to Top Gear Philippines, the reason why the US gets the more pointy proboscis is because of its classification as a light truck. It seems trucks are required to have some sort of concession to the car's approach angle - in other words, a truck should be able to clear an obstacle that a car might hit. Why does Lexus care if the NX is a car or truck? Well, that has to do with how fuel economy is reported, as trucks are given less-stringent requirements for Corporate Average Fuel Economy purposes.
Toyota Racing Development (TRD) in Japan has designed cosmetic and performance bits that give the 2014 Lexus IS a front-to-back workover. Different from the F-Sport parts we expect from Lexus here, the full body kit runs 437,700 yen ($4,285 US) and starts with air deflectors at the lower edges of the front bumper, through to side skirts, a decklid spoiler and a rear bumper with a diffuser and quad exhaust tips.
For 288,750 yen ($2,830) you can sharpen responses with new shocks, springs, dampers, sway bar and bracing. The priciest individual component is the set of 19-inch wheels, four of them going for 527,625 yen (5,170 US). There's no word on US importation or pricing yet, but done up all in black like the IS above, we wouldn't mind seeing it here.
Flip through the catalog for most Lexus models and you're bound to see an array of different shades of beige and gray. But even Lexus has its wilder side, denoted by the letter F, and those models can wear brighter hues.
The IS F, for example, offered an electric shade of blue which Lexus called Ultrasonic and a deep red called Matador, along with the usual silver, gray, white and black. But for the new RC F, Lexus is preparing to offer an even more vibrant shade of orange. It just doesn't know what to call it. That's why it's asking fans on Facebook to help it name the color - similar to the crowd-sourcing SRT did for the Viper's bright blue and Chevy did for the Volt's pale green.
Top suggestions currently include Tangerine Flame, Solar Flare, Outrageous Orange and Fiery Orange. Given how similar the shade looks to that which adorned the track-tuned LFA with the Nürburgring package, we can't help but wonder if LFA Blaze or Nordschleife Blur might not be more suitable. Or, if we're being honest, McLaren Orange or Arancia Borealis... though we know some guys in Woking and Sant'Agata Bolognese who might object.