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Asked by Jun 18, 2015 at 12:43 PM about the 2013 Lexus LS 600h L

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I am surprised that there is no topic regarding any Lexus cars and especially the LS series.  Are they too good to need repair, questions, etc.?

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No they break down just like everything else, I think that the reason is that most newer models wind up at the Lexus dealers for repair just for the warranty if something does go haywire there is a record, I have seen Lexus even repair some problems that were years out of warranty just because the dealer was the only place the vehicle was worked on. Just do a search on Lexus problems on Google, you will see that they do break down.

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