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FEATURES | 10 out of 10
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As usual, technology and creature comforts abound
Car and Driver
Technology lovers may fall hard for the 2010 Lexus LS 600h L
Kelley Blue Book
An amazing list of standard features fills the window sticker of every 2010 Lexus LS. On the base sedan, there's leather upholstery and wood trim; Bluetooth and iPod connectivity; an AM/FM/XM/six-CD audio system; steering-wheel audio controls; and automatic climate control. ConsumerGuide reports that standard features on this 2010 Lexus include "dual-zone automatic climate controls," "heated front bucket seats w/ lumbar adjustment," and an "in-dash 6-disc CD/MP3 changer." Long-wheelbase cars add rear climate control; Cars.com says that Executive Class Seating package adds such features as "a cool box for keeping food and drinks chilled...a massage feature and leg rest, [and] a DVD entertainment system."
Kelley Blue Book says "technology lovers may fall hard for the 2010 Lexus LS 600h L, which has just about every electronic helper imaginable, either standard or as an option." The hybrid adds virtually everything that can be ordered optionally on the LS 460, including a navigation system with real-time traffic and dynamic rerouting; heated rear seats; a backup camera; ventilated seats; a DVD entertainment system; and the hybrid-only ottoman-style backseat, fold-down wooden trays, and rear cooler box. For those who opt for the additional space on Lexus's 2010 LS 460 L, ConsumerGuide says they will find standard "heated rear seats" and "heated steering wheel," along with a standard "navigation system w/ voice recognition" that offers the additional cool feature of live "traffic information." Edmunds adds in standard "19-inch alloy wheels, LED projector headlights with washers, keyless ignition," and "power door closers."
The standout feature available on the LS 460 and standard on the LS 600h L is a Mark Levinson audio system with 19 speakers, 19 audio channels, 450 watts of power, and 8GB of hard-drive space for music.
The 2010 Lexus LS 460 doesn't disappoint, with first-class seating and entertainment options for both V-8 and hybrid editions.