What would be a better buy? A 2013 Lexus LS460 or a 2014 Infiniti Q50S? Now I have a 2014 Dodge Charger as a lease and I'm looking to buy one of these cars when my lease is over. Which is better?

Asked by Jan 18, 2015 at 11:39 AM about the 2013 Lexus LS 460 L AWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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It's a matter of which you want more. Personaly, I feel that the Lexus is way more refined. It has better ride, more options, better resale value. I feel if you test drove both the Lexus would win out. The Lexus new is a more expensive car, so as long as the mileage isn't extrmely high it would be my choice. have to say that the Infiniti's from 2014 on are great cars as well.

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I agree with steveq. I own a Lexus LS400 as well as Infiniti M35X. They are both superbly built and refined luxury cars. If you follow the consumer report on the 2014 Infiniti, you would find that the re- designed models don't cut out what most Infiniti fans expect them to be in the area of reliability. I still rave about how solid, comfortable and reliable the LS400 is every time I am behind the wheel as it has now become my wife's daily driver after I got hold of the M35X. The infiniti is a sportier car and handles better. Again it is about personal preference. My wife insists that we would not get anything else except a Lexus. I agree with her on this. Plus, Infiniti does not have the high resale value as Lexus does.

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Only you can answer that/what do you like.thats the car

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I wonder what he ended up getting

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