Toronto, ON., June 19, 2013 – The Lexus LS flagship luxury sedan receives the highest score among all models in the industry in the 2013 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study (IQS) with 59 problems per 100 vehicles (PP100). This is the sixth year in a row the LS has had the highest score in the industry.
The LS was redesigned for the 2013 model year with dynamic, fresh styling that gives it a greater road presence and stronger brand identity while heralding a significant improvement in driving dynamics, responsiveness and handling. The most technologically advanced vehicle in the Lexus lineup, the LS features an array of safety features, including the industry’s most advanced Pre-Collision Safety System (A-PCS).
Production Facilities Received High Honors
The Lexus production facilities also took Plant Assembly Line Quality Awards. The Yoshiwara, Japan plant (LX 570) was honored with the Gold Plant Assembly Line Quality Award, while the Kyushu 2, Japan plant (IS line, ES line, RX line) received a Silver Plant Assembly Line Quality Award.
About Lexus of Canada
Lexus in Canada is the exclusive Canadian distributor of Lexus luxury cars and sport utility vehicles through a sales and service network of 36 dealers across Canada. With 13 Lexus models on the road today, five of them being hybrids, Lexus has the largest luxury hybrid lineup; allowing guests a choice in a large range of luxury vehicle segments. In the 2011 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study (IQS), Lexus won the most segment awards, four in total, of any nameplate. For more information about Lexus products, and Lexus’ pursuit of perfection, visit