2004 Lexus LS 430
60,046 Miles
$14,992

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2005 Lexus LS 430
118,533 Miles
$11,997

Redding, CA
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2004 Lexus LS 430
135,228 Miles
$9,826

Goldsboro, NC
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2005 Lexus LS 430
108,071 Miles
$10,495

Palatine, IL
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2004 Lexus LS 430
115,601 Miles
$11,493

Olympia, WA
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2004 Lexus LS 430
126,550 Miles
$11,499

Merced, CA
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2006 Lexus LS 430
134,282 Miles
$11,999

Bremerton, WA
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2004 Lexus LS 430
71,265 Miles
$11,725

Paramus, NJ
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2002 Lexus LS 430
91,419 Miles
$11,333

Bellevue, WA
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2004 Lexus LS 430
115,140 Miles
$12,995

Bellevue, WA
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2004 Lexus LS 430
89,859 Miles
$14,333

Bellevue, WA
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2002 Lexus LS 430
108,864 Miles
$7,999

Panama City, FL
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2004 Lexus LS 430
108,257 Miles
$11,998

Lynnwood, WA
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2001 Lexus LS 430
181,605 Miles
$7,988

Santa Clara, CA
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2006 Lexus LS 430
134,858 Miles
$12,598

Indianapolis, IN
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2004 Lexus LS 430
120,377 Miles
$11,988

Roseville, CA
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2002 Lexus LS 430
116,861 Miles
$8,290

Devon, PA
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2006 Lexus LS 430
68,078 Miles
$16,888

Southampton, NY
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2003 Lexus LS 430
72,163 Miles
$9,999

Hatboro, PA
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2006 Lexus LS 430
104,543 Miles
$13,599

Tolleson, AZ
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Lexus LS 430 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0

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2001 Lexus LS 430 - OMG

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
There's no car out there to match Lexus quality, performance. Luxury or dependability (IMO). There is - literally - nothing about the LS series to not like. Surrounded in luxurious leather comfort and elegant walnut wood accents, touch-screen CD/GPS, plenty of power, maneuverability, uber dependability, and it's just downright gorgeous. Mine is black. I only have 185,000 miles on it, and other than some minor ($2500) problem with the rack & pinion steering (a problem it had when I bought it used in 2009), I've spent nothing else on it - other than routine maintenance and 2 flats in seven years. The air conditioner is solid and as cold as the day I bought it, and the Nakamichi sound system is glorious - especially at night with the moon roof open. I still totally love my Lexus!
Title
I bought a Celtic Women CD, and drove up to a red light one balmy night with "Orinoco Flow" blarring out of the moon roof, and I to look over to the car beside mine, and this woman was laughing and giving me a "thumbs up" sign.
Pros
I bought it as my "town car," just to use for the few errands I now make in town during the week. I wanted power - it accelerates like a rocket - comfort, luxury, a sound-system to die for, and a very cold air, and I got all those things, in spades. I like that it can run on regular, if necessary. If I pull into a pump that's out of premium, I can put a tank of regular in it without much anxiety. It's hard to name one feature that's my favorite. I do love the many options for the steering wheel/seats/mirrors, the over-the-top appointments and attention to everything, the sound system, but ... (more)
Cons
There is really and truly nothing negative about my Lexus...maybe I'm lucky. The ONLY thing that's happened that was a little troublesome was I discovered (the hard way) that they can not sit for two weeks without being driven. I was in the hospital, and it sat undriven for that length of time, and the battery was dead as a doornail. These cars (I was told) have electronics running even when they're idle, and need to be driven regularly to keep the battery from being run down. Lesson learned.