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the most soild japinese car ever built i own a 1995 with 95,000 miles on it and it rides as smooth as the day it was bought. the car is extermly fast too for its size and every prick with another big car thinks they can beat you with the exception of mercedes and bmw they dont have a chance
fuck you dude my car is weights twice the amount of yours and i got a bigger moter ill fucken smoke your lexus ls400 forgin made piece of shit

*dumb ass in the mercery shits himself*
by gangstajewforyou December 15, 2006
 
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The most innovative car ever built. Toyota Spent billions of dollars developing this tank. The Lexus LS400Also referred to as the UFC10, which was the first model LS, the car came standard with telescoping wheel, traction, and the best sound system ever put in a car PERIOD. Most cars in 1990 didn't even have a single cd player. The car had a drag coefficient that was SO low, that you can drive it at 140mph and not hear anything. It is the quietest car EVER made. (This has been proven). After all the innovations, the reliability and ride quality are its main fortes. The car always seems to float on air and shifts gears so seemlessly and quietly that nobody in the car notices. Most LS's run in excess of 400k miles with proper maintenence. Not to mention, the whole car is blanketed in Yamaha piano wood and the finest leather money can buy. They also never break down. So if you own a Mercedes, Congrats, good for you because I blow by you every day relaxing in higher luxury/build quality and I don't have to take my car in every two weeks. And the fact that the newer mercedes have a few more gadgets (made by chrysler) doesn't concern me because the craftsmanship is not even on the same level and if you own it you're either a poser or a snob.
I blow by benzes doing 120mph, listening to Sinatra on my $3000 Nakamichi sound system that came stock with my car. Bill Gates rocks the Lexus LS400. The only car that trumps the LS400 is the Volkswagen Phaeton
by brad jeezy December 05, 2007