"Compared to prior LS models, there is less driver and passenger room. Enform app system is too unreliable and buggy. Navigation and other electrical systems also have been consistently unreliable, with car in for service five times in first 1,000 miles. Finally, realized mpg are well short of advertised levels."
Pros: "Just get in and drive... comfortable and luxurious"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"If you want a sports car... this isn't for you. This is my 7th LS purchase. Lexus has never let me down. Yea, I know... I'm older than the guy who wants to drive the new Mustang, but I go for luxury and comfort. After a long drive, it's a car that makes you feel you have been driving in your easy chair. The electronics are advanced, but easy to use. I call it, "my Sony on wheels". I average 17.7 mpg... for a luxury car... not bad."
"Not the car the earlier models were. Lots of plastic; prior cars, same models, had metal.
Wheel covers are crummy.
Car doesn't handle like older Lexus.
Single disc CD, which is crummy.
Complete joy to drive on highway. Difficult to stay within legal speed limits"
"My 4th LS. One complaint: Cooled seats don't cool.I know the different as Lincoln does cool. This has been the same thru several models. I would have thought Lexus, above all, would have gotten it right by now. Ride's a bit floaty. I hear the 2017 will be sportier but I'll probably have tried something different by then."
"The car performs as expected, very smooth comfortable ride, with good acceleration. Cabin in very quite and well done. Mileage has averaged about 18 City/highway. I would say the EPA estimates for city are accurate, but highway mileage is much better. Bluetooth and electronics perform well. The mouse button structure for the various screen functions is more time consuming to use than a touch screen. While it doesn't have the engaging drive of a Audi A8 or a sports type coupe, it provides a very comfortable driving experience."