Sales: 2,055 (2007-present) Takahashi calls the $120,000 LS 600h L "a six-figure hybrid that doesn't really get great gas mileage." The LS 600h rates only 19 miles per gallon in city driving -- just 3 mpg better than you'd get with its non-hybrid cousin the Lexus LS 460, which costs almost $50,000 less. In fact, the LS 600h gets worse highway mileage than the LS 460: 23 mpg for the hybrid vs. 24 mpg for the gas-only model. "The only reason I see for [Lexus parent <b>Toyota</b> <span class=" TICKERFLAT">(<a href="/quote/TM.html">TM</a><a class=" arrow" href="/quote/TM.html"><span class=" tickerChange" id="story_TM"></span></a>)</span>] putting the LS 600h out is for luxury buyers who want to say: 'I've got a hybrid,'" Takahashi says. "But it's not even a particularly good hybrid."