The obvious response here is that if MPG and running costs are a consideration, then the LC 500h is the better bet. The hybrid will achieve around 35mpg depending on its driving environment, with the V8 some 10mpg off that figure. Drive gently with either and these figures are achievable mind, and thanks to its lack of forced induction, driven hard those figures won’t drop quite as dramatically as others. Lexus’s upstanding reliability reputation is also a factor.
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