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Lexus Dealership Near East Marion, NY

Driving Directions to Lexus of Southampton from East Marion, NY

Distance: 39.0 miles 

Travel time: 54 minutes


1. Head northwest on Bay Ave toward Main Rd   66 ft

2. Turn left onto NY-25 W/Main Rd   1.8 mi

3. Continue onto County Rd 48/N Rd   13.4 mi

4. Continue onto Second Ave   3.8 mi

5. Turn left onto Church Ln   1.7 mi

6. Turn right onto Main Rd   1.3 mi

7. Turn left onto Cross River Dr   2.2 mi

8. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto NY-24 S/Flanders Rd   6.3 mi

9. Use the right lane to take the tamp onto NY-27 E, destination will be on the left   8.6 mi




Lexus of Southampton

Lexus of Southampton is proud to serve Southampton, NY and surrounding areas. We're happy to offer an extensive selection of both new and pre-owned Lexus vehicles for you to test drive. We’ll help find the Lexus that meets you and your family’s every need all while sticking to your budget . Our Lexus vehicles are refined, efficient, and advanced, and you can experience the Lexus difference today here at Lexus of Southampton.


If you're searching for a Lexus service center, our factory-trained technicians know your vehicle better than anybody and will use only genuine Lexus OEM parts. From routine maintenance like an oil change to more complex repairs, we'll take care of your luxury vehicle throughout its entire life.


Visit Lexus of Southampton in Southampton, NY today for all your Lexus-related needs!




About East Marion, NY

The first inhabitants of East Marion were the Orient Focus People, Indians who lived about 1000 BC. They vanished long before the arrival in about 900 AD of the Corchaugs, who called the area Poquatuc. The Corchaugs were still present when six English families settled in 1661. The new residents called the area Oysterponds because of the abundant shellfish that they began to gather and sell to nearby communities. While farming remained the principle occupation, trading vessels began operating out of the sheltered harbor during the colonial period.  British troops landed in 1776 during the American Revolution and many families fled.  The British returned during the War of 1812, setting up what turned out to be a porous blockade against American ships sailing to New York City. In 1814 Commodore Stephen Decatur anchored his American squadron off Trumans Beach but never engaged the British. After the war, renewed farming and fishing brought prosperity to Oysterponds. By 1840 more than 30 schooners were operating out of the harbor.

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