2010 Lexus LS 600h L Values

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2010 model year changes

The LS600 receives refreshed styling for 2010. Lexus moved the battery pack giving way to space for a larger trunk. The 2010 model also got a subtly restyled front grille and fascia. A new ECO mode smoothes out throttle application to improve efficiency regardless of how heavy the driver's foot is.

Competitive comparison

Top-tier hybrid luxury sedan; superior craftsmanship; ultra-quiet ride; spacious interior; "green " hybrid pedigree

Special features for 2010

Introduced in 2008 as a hybrid complement to the LS460, the 2010 LS600h stands in rare company--it's one of the only V8-powered hybrids available. While prices do start in the $100,000 range, it's one of the most comfortable and technologically advanced vehicles on the road. The sophisticated hybrid powertrain returns impressive horsepower numbers while maintaining a combined EPA estimate of 21 MPG--not bad for a car weighing two-and-a-half tons! There isn't much competition at this price, but the Lexus LS600h outdoes the Mercedes-Benz S400 hybrid in terms of power, features all-wheel drive all the while maintaining similar mileage numbers.
The 2010 Lexus LS 600h is a full-size luxury hybrid sedan that seats five passengers and achieves over 20 mpg in the city and on the highway. The LS 600h is powered by the combination of an electric motor and a 430 hp 5.0L V8 gas burning engine. This luxo-barge is smooth and stable, sending power to the ground via an AWD system. The LS 600h is only available with the long wheelbase and thus features exceptional rear seat comfort and leg room.