2016 Cars That Cost $100 Grand

2016 Lexus LS 460L AWD
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2016 Lexus LS 460L AWD

The base Lexus LS 460 (priced at $72,520) won’t make the $100,000 club, but move to the long-wheelbase LS 460 L, and add all-wheel drive and a few options, and you’ll hit six figures. Just add the Executive Class Seating package at nearly $16,000 and you’ll be there.

The available light and dark wood Shimamoku Espresso trim takes 38 days to form using a 67-step construction process.

If you’re looking to blend your luxury with excitement, Lexus offers the amped-up LS F-Sport, with sports-oriented tuning for the air suspension, paddle shifters for the transmission, 19-inch wheels, and high-performance Brembo brakes.

The new LS comes with “Climate Concierge” that monitors the temperature of four different zones in the cabin. It then constantly and automatically adjusts the car’s climate control system, as well as the individual seat and steering wheel heaters.

Topping the LS lineup is the LS 600h L, a 438-horsepower hybrid model, with a starting price of $120,440.

When Toyota launched its Lexus luxury division in 1989, its only product was the flagship LS sedan. It quickly matured to compete with the top luxury marques in the world, taking many of them off guard with its level of sophistication and quality.

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