The most reliable year model

Asked by Nov 13, 2010 at 05:31 PM about the Lexus LS 400

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Hi all,
I am looking into buying an LS400. Which would be the most reliable year model? I have spotted a1995, 97, 90 etc.

Thanks
Simo

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Well, the 1UZ-FE is prolly the most reliable engine ever made. So any of the LS's with the 4.0 (LS400) would be a winner. I dont think you can go wrong. I know that in '94 they started putting in governers, if that helps you decide. The later models are a little more comfortable, but some of the early ones had some awesome options. Plus there is a few special LS400 also.

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