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SALES: 631-791-5780 SERVICE: 631-791-5793 PARTS: 631-938-7015 700 Middle Country Rd St. James, NY 11780
Sales: 631-791-5780
Service: 631-791-5793
Parts: 631-938-7015
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Lexus Dealership Near Mount Sinai, NY

Driving Directions from Mount Sinai, NY

Distance: 9.3 miles

Travel time: 19 minutes


1. Head south on Shore Rd toward Mount Sinai-Coram Rd   0.9 mi

2. Turn left onto Crystal Brook Hollow Rd   0.4 mi

3. Turn right onto NY-347 W   1.1 mi

4. Continue straight to stay on NY-347 W   1.0 mi

5. Continue straight to stay on NY-347 W   5.2 mi

6. Turn right onto NY-25 W/Jericho Turnpike/Middle Country Rd, destination will be on the left   0.7 mi


 

Lexus of Smithtown

Our St. James Lexus dealership is just a short drive from Mount Sinai. Our showroom is packed with the latest new Lexus models, along with an extensive supply of pre-owned and L/Certified by Lexuss vehicles. Our finance center is here to help you with the loan or lease process and will happily guide you through every step and answer every question.


We also have an onsite Lexus service center to assist you with all repairs.  Our Lexus Trained Technicians offer unmatched expertise and top-quality service to keep your Lexus running like new.  As for parts, our dealership uses only genuine Lexus parts that are precision-crafted for an exact fit to your vehicle.


Ready to begin your Lexus of Smithtown experience?  Visit our showoroom today!

 

 

About Mount Sinai, NY

Mount Sinai is a quiet residential community nestled on the north shore of Long Island, New York.  Nonowatuck, stream that dries up, is the first name given to the area by the Seatocots family of native Americans who lived here.  Colonial settlers living in what is now Setauket began negotiations with the local native Americans to buy the lands – named Old Mans at the time.  The settlers were successful in obtaining a deed to this land in 1664.  In 1840 the people of Old Mans applied for a post office but the name was not considered a proper name for the area and it was changed to Mt. Vernon.  That name lasted only one year when it was discovered that another Mt. Vernon existed in the state.  The name Mount Sinai was chosen by the first postmaster, Charles Phillips.


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