Lexus. A luxury automotive brand that was founded on September 1st, 1989. In the 1980s the Japanese government implemented voluntary export restraints for the U.S market, so it ended up being much more profitable for all of the Japanese automakers to export their more expensive cars to The United States. This led Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda is create the world’s best car. Codenamed F1 (Flagship one) they created the infamous Lexus LS400. This can become your chance to own a part of automotive history with our beautiful 1991 LS400.
While being such a piece of history this vehicles sits in our showroom for everyone to see. Finished in the gorgeous Cobalt Blue Metallic exterior finish with a matching blue interior, this LS400 is definitely a rare spec that will turn heads on the roads. Although this LS400 bears 269,163kms it’s powered by the meticulously hand crafted 1UR-FE which has given previous LS400 owners a complete trouble free experience. Complete with 250hp and 260Lb-ft powered by a V8 engine that gets matted to a 4 speed automatic transmission, sending all the power to the rear wheels. This particular 1991 LS400 has only had one previous owner and is ready to be thoughtfully cared by another owner.
As it being a Lexus it has many features that were called ahead of its time for the 1991 model year. These features include: 1-One Touch Power Window for Driver, Security System, Cruise Control, 2 Memory Seat Settings for Driver, Electronic Seat Belt Adjustment, Power Mirrors, Lexus Nakamichi 5 Speaker Sound System, Telescopic Wheel, Overdrive Mode, Electronic Parking Brake, Rear Ashtray, Rear 12V Power Outlet and 12V Power Outlet In Front, 17" Alloy Wheels, Power Moon Roof, Auto Climate Control, Heated Passenger and Driver Seats, Driver Lumbar Support, Wood Trim Center Console, Front and Rear Defroster, Security System, Power Driver and Passenger Seats, Power Steering, Traction Control...AND MORE!!
Lexus. A luxury automotive brand that was founded on September 1st, 1989. In the 1980s the Japanese government implemented voluntary export restraints for the U.S market, so it ended up being much more profitable for all of the Japanese automakers to export their more
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