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Old 01-15-2012, 05:58 PM   #1
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Ls400

Anybody rolls with ls400?how does it ride?how bad is the fuel consumption?...I'm about to get one and I just wanna know if somebody has one...thanks
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Old 01-15-2012, 07:40 PM   #2
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I think 68style has one. He seems to enjoy the car. Fuel consumption is pretty good I would assume but he does a mix of highway and city driving. They're pretty comfortable cars as far as I know.
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If you're rolling around in a LS400, I don't think fuel economy would be your top concern.
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not really im just bracing myself lol
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LS400 was the flagship luxury car of its time... they're super comfy and usually use about 15L per 100km

all the latest coolest toys in its day... big, rock solid comfortable reliable ride...
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I just bought one and I love it...it's really comfy and smooth,I don't know How this will feel tho after lowering it lol
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i got my lowered 2 inches on spring n strut it rides ok not to bumpy but not as comfy as ur stock but thats wut u get if u want to lower it
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i got my lowered 2 inches on spring n strut it rides ok not to bumpy but not as comfy as ur stock but thats wut u get if u want to lower it
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