Lexus reveals $73,000 price for flagship LS460 sedan

James Raia

The 2011 Lexus LS 460 Touring Edition, the flagship sedan of the luxury division of Toyota, will be priced at $73,000 (rear wheel drive) and will be available at dealerships in late June or early July, the manufacturer announced.

“The Touring Edition adds excitement to our flagship sedan,” said Mark Templin, Lexus Division group vice president and general manager. “The package on this car enhances styling and comfort, allowing us to attract younger buyers to the LS line-up.”Lexus reveals $73,000 price for flagship LS460 sedan 1

The 2011 LS 460 Touring Edition will be available on both the LS 460 Rear Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive models. It will be distinguished from other LS models by a Smoky Granite Mica exterior, and following equipment: 19-inch five-spoke alloy wheels (18-inch on All-Wheel Drive model); sport kit and grille; sport seats; wood and leather-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob;

Other Touring Edition standard features include matte brown wood trim, black and tan leather-trimmed seats and premium floor mats.

“The LS 460 Touring Edition is a unique package of sporty exterior styling and comfort. With limited units available nationwide they’ll sell out fast to customers who want an all-inclusive luxury package,” said Templin.

The MSRP does not include a delivery, processing and handling fee of $875.

Source: Lexus via PR Newswire

Article Last Updated: June 17, 2011.

1 thought on “Lexus reveals $73,000 price for flagship LS460 sedan”

  1. The Lexus LS series is still a respectable luxury car, I believe. Yet her abrupt response of VGRS (electric-controlled steering system) spoiled her reputation of reliability some days ago. And as for ther powertrain, her 4606cc/380bhp V8 unit seems generally respectable yet CO2 level is becoming mundane to the newest standard, compared with the likes of Mercedes S500L and BMW 750iL.

    Of course her acceleration of quarter miles, recording 13.8-14 seconds (some sources show around 13.5 seconds) on well loosen-up examples) is largely on tie with the Jaguar XJ 5.0 (385bhp). It’s commendable for a 4.6-liter natural aspiration unit.


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