Overview & Reviews
Updates to the 2014 Lexus LS 460 include the addition of Siri Eyes Free compatibility for newer iPhones and improved access to the trunk, which can now be opened without the key fob in range when the vehicle is unlocked. There are also minor interior trim revisions.
- Impressively smooth ride quality
- Strong reputation for reliability.
- Painstaking construction
- Unrivaled backseat with Executive Class package
- Fabulously quiet
- So-so fuel economy.
- Soft and imprecise handling
- Remote Touch interface is distracting to use
- Slower than rival European-brand sedans
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Squeaky Luxury - 2014 Lexus LS 460
By jirehrep - March 9 - 3:53 am
BEWARE of the large brakes on the F-Sport model. I bought my 2014 in August 2014 and with only 2K miles, the brakes are driving me nuts. Lexus is aware, as my car is on version three of the brake pads, and these dont work either. "There is a price to pay to have this much performance" Hogwash! That's PC for we can't fix them. Driver interface with the car via the mouse is circa 1995, very clunky and not intuitive. Love the ride, but she's underpowered. Would NOT buy this one again....and I love Lexus!!