2013 Lexus LS Crowned in Quality Survey

It’s only the sixth consecutive year that the Lexus LS tops the J.D Power and Associates Initial Quality Study, which measures problems that occur in the first 90 days of ownership.
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The flagship sedan got the highest score in its class, with only 59 problems per 100 vehicles according to J.D Power and Associates’ survey.

Not only does the LS is reliable, but it looks like the Japanese automaker has toped it off with the new design and upgrades, as the luxury sedan was sold in 996 units in the US last year. Comparing those numbers with 2012 May’s sales, it represents a massive 117,9 percent increase, both in volume and DSR basis.

The 2014 Lexus LS also bears the most advanced Pre-Collision Safety System developed by the automaker, including brake assist, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, blind spot detection and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.

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