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LS 460 L AWD

LS 460 L AWD (Japan, 2009)

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The Lexus LS 460 L AWD was unveiled in 2009. It belongs to LS's 4th generation, with the code name USF40/41/45/46. Powered by a 4605cc engine, the model variant has a power output of 357 hp. The LS 460 L AWD is the less powerful version of this series. The engine has the lowest horsepower value of all the versions in this line-up. The engine is mated with a 8-speed automatic transmission. In terms of efficiency, this vehicle's combined fuel consumption is fixed at 13.07 l/100km. In terms of CO2 emissions, it is the most efficient choice in the LS line-up. This luxury variant measures 1481 mm in height, 1875 mm in width and 5179 mm in length. Its wheelbase is 3091 mm long and the track at the front is 1615 mm and at the back 1615 mm. The Lexus LS comes with disc brakes. It has been fitted with an independent suspension.

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Introduced in the premium brand's lineup in 1989 the Lexus LS is a full-size luxury sedan that serves as the flagship model of Lexus, the luxury division of Toyota. Currently in its fourth generation the LS has always been equipped with V8 engines and rear-wheel drive, although since 2006 all-wheel drive, hybrid, and long-wheelbase variants have also been offered. Until the introduction of the Lexus brand in Japan, the Lexus LS was sold in that market as Toyota Celsior. The forth gene...  more
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