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The 2018 Lexus IS Has More Horsepower and Available Adaptive Front Lighting

The Lexus IS has been given added oomph for 2018. Its V6 engines now have a 5-horsepower power increase, for a little extra acceleration. There's another change regarding the name. The 4-cylinder, rear-wheel drive IS200t is now called the IS300 RWD (the IS300 AWD has a V-6). Also new for the Lexus IS is an optional adaptive front lighting system. This allows the headlights to turn with the steering wheel for improved visibility.

You'll have more access than ever to your vehicle's diagnostics with the 2018 Lexus IS.

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The Bean Automotive Group Partners with the Live Like Bella Foundation

If you’re familiar with the Bean Automotive Group, then you already know we are an extremely community-oriented company. Now, the Bean Automotive Group has partnered with the Live Like Bella® Childhood Cancer Foundation. Live Like Bella’s mission is to fund innovative childhood cancer research, provide financial support to families whose child is undergoing treatment, and assist families who have lost a child to cancer with memorial expenses. Lexus of Kendall couldn’t be more proud to have partnered with such an incredible nonprofit group.

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Take on the Florida Roads and Highways with The New Lexus NX Crossover!

 

Name your absolute favorite scenic route. #LexusNX F SPORT

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Are you prospecting new luxury car models in Miami and seeking something unique within the range of crossover models on today's market? For the drivers in the market for the punctual performance and versatility of an innovative crossover vehicle, the new Lexus NX is a fantastic choice for your daily commute and weekend adventures across South Florida!

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Lease a New Lexus from Lexus of Kendall

Leasing a Lexus is an excellent idea if you want the opportunity to drive a new car every so often. Plus, with a Lexus lease, you’re covered for each eligible event valued at $2,000 or less, each eligible missing part or equipment valued at $250 or less, and up to $7,500* in excess wear and use charges.

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