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1993 Lexus LS Pricing and Specs

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1993 Lexus LS
Pricing from

$5,700 to 8,800

Based on third party pricing data

The Lexus LS 1993 is priced from $5,700 for Sedan LS LS400.

The Lexus LS 1993 is available in Premium Unleaded Petrol.

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Lexus LS Models SPECS PRICE
LS400 4.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol4 speed automatic $5,700 – 8,800
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Lexus LS 1993 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Lexus LS here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Critical load rating

    The load rating is critical to maintain. There is no legal requirement to fit a particular speed-rating tyre to any car. The Lexus was fitted with Z-rated tyres for those situations when it's driven fully laden at its speed potential for extended periods. You're right, it's something that's not legally possible here, so choosing a tyre with a lower speed rating is good advice.

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  • Lexus Mark Levison sound system

    With regard to the radio amplifier it's disappointing to hear that a problem that has been around for three years has not been fixed. It would seem a relatively simple one to fix, just fit a different sound system. I'm surprised Toyota has not done this on a high-end car like the Lexus. As for the brake pad wear sensor, it is also disappointing that there is not a sensor to let you know when pads are worn out. I would agree that sensors are needed on all wheels, or at least they should be fitted to the wheels most appropriate for our market.

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  • What is the most expensive Lexus?

    The most expensive new Lexus is a LS500h Sports Luxury listed at $195,500. For more info on the latest model, check out our pricing and specs page, and you'll find all Lexus reviews and news here.

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