Used 2012 Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan

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With heated or ventilated everything, from front seats to rear, from steering wheel to heated side view mirrors, the Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan showcases its dedication to providing the ultimate in driver comfort. Safety features like the back-up camera, Advanced Pre-Collision system that not only detects a possible impact but engages security features in the event of, forward sensing radar, two road viewing cameras, warnings and braking if warnings aren't heeded, side, knee and curtain airbags, electronic stability system, and anti-lock brakes with brake assist, the LS Hybrid is the Fort Knox of automotive security. There's even a third camera focused on the driver's face, monitoring for distraction or sleepiness.

Available in one fantastically appointed trim, the Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan offers a hybrid decal on the rear bumper, and seats a load of five passengers comfortably in the roomy cabin. If you're looking for a surround sound that really does sound like you're in the middle of a concert, the 19 speaker Mark Levinson audio system delivers. You can also store a max of 2,000 songs, and a built in six CD changer in the dash. Even the trunk space has been increased from last year's model, the hydride-nickel battery pack having been reconfigured to allow for more luggage room.

The Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan goes the extra mile to provide an exciting drive in upscale surroundings. Whether drivers want to take advantage of the concert-hall feel of the audio system, offer rear passengers a crystal-clear movie on a 9 inch LCD screen, or take her out and test the 385 foot pounds of torque on the open road, they can find it all in one environmentally conscious vehicle. The SULEV II certification will give drivers who want to drive eco-friendly without sacrificing comfort a wonderful excuse to buy this 'green' sedan.

All in all, the only things wrong with the Lexus LS Hybrid Sedan are the fact that its hybridization only puts the city/highway combined miles per hour (20) at one mph higher than the traditionally gas powered version of this vehicle, yet it costs in the tens of thousands dollars more. The luxury and comfort of the LS hybrid are second to none, with a smooth ride that doesn't compromise on performance. The multiple suspension modes mean that drivers can choose their driving style, from lean and mean to comfy and smooth. And of course, the name of Lexus being synonymous with luxury, the sheer extravagance of the roomy interior from high-tech dashboard controls to heated rear seats means that drivers will have the lux experience of driving the flagship of Lexus sedans.

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