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Lexus Dealership Near Montauk, NY

Driving Directions to Lexus of Southampton from Montauk, NY

Distance: 27.2 miles 

Travel time: 54 minutes

 

1. Head southeast on 2nd Housr Rd toward S Elroy Dr   0.4 mi

2. Turn right onto NY-27 W/State Rte 27 W/POW/MIA Memorial Highway W   13.9 mi

3. TUrn right onto Buell Ln   0.6 mi

4. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exti onto NY-114/Lost at Sea Memorial Pike   5.5 mi

5. Turn left onto Jermain Ave   0.4 mi

6. Turn right onto Madison St   82 ft

7. Turn left onto Jermain Ave   0.5 mi

8. Turn left onto Main St   0.3 mi

9. Continue onto Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike   1.5 mi

10. Turn right onto Scuttle Hole Rd   2.0 mi

11. At the traffice circle, continue straight to stay on Scuttle Hole Rd   1.2 mi

12. Slight right onto Head of the Pond Rd   1.4 mi

13. Turn left onto Deerfield Rd   413 ft

14. Turn right onto Head of the Pond Rd   0.8 mi

15. Turn right onto Lower 7 Ponds Rd   0.5 mi

16. Slight right onto Upper 7 Ponds Rd   01. mi

17. Continue onto 7 Ponds Rd   0.6 mi

18. Continue onto David Whites Ln   0.2 mi

18. Turn right onto Southampton Bypass, destination will be on the right   0.3 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 Montauk, NY

In 1686 the Montauk Indians sold Montauk to a group of East Hampton settlers who owned the land in joint trust for almost 200 years.  In 1879 Arthur W. Benson of Brooklyn bought most of Montauk, but life went on for a while much as it always had. The Long Island Rail Road extended its line to Montauk in 1895.  The most drastic changes occured after Robert Moses established the State Parks at Hither Hills and Montauk Point in 1924.  In 1926, Carl Graham Fisher bought 10,000 acres for what he envisioned as the “Miami Beach of the North.”  Fisher built roads, clubs, and houses and brought in new people to appreciate the beauty of the windswept hills and glorious views of ocean and sound.

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