Most Expensive Japanese Cars This 2016

TS EXPORTAs of now, car manufacturers are hands full in creating new vehicles that will be launched next year. Of course, some car manufacturers aim to provide better and more innovative ways to make driving comfortable and safer. That is why, they have set their standards on the most expensive Japanese cars this 2016. Below are the following.

Toyota Land Cruiser

The Land Cruiser is easily the most-expensive model in the Toyota-brand lineup today for $84,820. And, the Land Cruiser is available only in one-price fully-loaded guise in the U.S. Unfortunately; the Land Cruiser is just a slightly dress-down version of the Lexus LS.

Lexus GS F

Pricing from $85,390 to $86,770, the Lexus GS F is also known to be one of the most expensive Japanese cars this year. The Lexus GS F boasts of a 5.0-liter V8 engine. Plus, there Lexus GS F offer numerous variants like the GS 200t starts at a relatively affordable $46,565.

Lexus LX 570

The Lexus LX is another model that is quite expensive ranging at $90,780-$95,310. The manufacturer offers some wonderful add-ons on their model such as a Mark Levinson audio system ($2350), rear-DVD system ($2005), and heads-up display system ($900).

Nissan GT-R

If you are looking for a car that can compete with Italian cars, the ideal option is to invest in a Nissan GT-R. Boasting 545 horsepower, all-wheel drive, massive brakes, and a curb weight under 4000 pounds, the Nissan GT-R is one of the most respected cars on the street which ranges at $100,000. The $151,585 limited-edition NISMO version ups the power ante to 600, and can be ordered with a$12,900 titanium exhaust system.

Trivia Info Source From: www.ts-export.com

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