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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

Lexus Dealership Near Oakdale, NY

Driving Directions from Oakdale, NY

Distance: 9.7 miles

Travel time: 22 minutes

1. Head east on Main St toward Pinehurst Ave   0.4 mi

2. Turn left onto Oakdale-Bohemia Rd   1.2 mi

3. Turn left onto Sycamore Ave   2.0 mi

4. Continue onto Alexander Blvd   0.3 mi

5. Turn left onto Ocean Ave   0.5 mi

6. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Lakeland Ave   0.1 

7. Continue onto Ocean Ave   1.6 mi

8. Continue onto Roseval Ave   0.9 mi

9. Continue onto Gibbs Pond Rd   2.1 mi

10. Continue onto Lake Ave S   0.2 mi

11. Turn right onto Jericho Turnpike/Middle Country Rd   492 ft

12. Destination will be on the left   177 ft


Lexus of Smithtown

Our St. James Lexus dealership is just a short drive from Oakdale, NY. 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 Oakdale, NY

Oakdale is a scion of America's gilded age of a century ago. Oakdale originated from a tavern owned by Eliphalet (Liff) Snedecor in what is now Connetquot River State Park. Soon after its founding in 1820, Snedecor's Tavern began drawing New York bluebloods and business barons who wined and dined in remote joy when they weren't fishing and hunting nearby.  In 1866, as the railroad reached the area, Liff's wealthy patrons formed the Southside Sportsmen's Club, and soon the race was on to see who could create the most superb spread in the thick forests adjoining Great South Bay.

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