Lexus' largest, most comfortable executive sedan has long been a high-water mark for driving comfort and build quality, and minor adjustments for 2021 help this boat keep the course.
In the large executive luxury sedan segment, nothing is truly inexpensive.
That said, the 2021 Lexus LS represents a decent bargain.
My tester's starting price of $80,625 including destination rings in well below the Audi A8 and BMW 7 Series, and it's way under the latest Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which at the time of writing requires a six-digit cost of entry.
Nearly fully loaded, the LS on my driveway carries a window sticker of $98,630.
If anything, Lexus' biggest cause for concern is just across the Sea of Japan; the latest Genesis G90 is nearly as good as the LS, with aggressively similar pricing and a vastly superior infotainment system.
When change is a daily constant, it's nice to experience something that feels a little more set in place.
That's the 2021 Lexus LS 500 in a nutshell; you don't need all the latest techno-doodads to make a big luxury car that's high on build quality and ride comfort.
Lexus is leaning on all its strengths with the LS, and it shows.
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