Lexus reviews

In the same way that Infiniti acts as Nissan’s premium arm, Lexus has a similar tie-in with Toyota. And since most of Toyota’s models are offered as hybrids, it’s no surprise to see the same from Lexus, although there are some traditional pet..

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Lexus ES

2021 - present

Not without its strengths, but the Lexus ES is outclassed by t...

Lexus LC

2017 - present

The Lexus LC is a flawed yet desirable GT car with a surprisin...

Lexus LC Convertible

2020 - present

Sounds amazing, drives well and is beautifully made...

Lexus LS

2019 - present

Well equipped and distinctive but too flawed in key areas to r...

Lexus NX

2021 - present

A great all-rounder and the best car Lexus has launched f...

Lexus RC F

2019 - present

Thanks to its hybrid option and old-school V8 engine, the Lexu...

Lexus RX

2022 - present

The Lexus RX is well-equipped and relatively frugal, but is ot...

Lexus RX L

The Lexus RX L is comfy and well built – but hardly...

Lexus UX

2019 - present

An appealing hybrid family SUV with a plush interior, but conv...

Lexus UX 300e

2019 - present

The Lexus UX 300e is pleasant to drive, but short on range, sp...


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In the same way that Infiniti acts as Nissan’s premium arm, Lexus has a similar tie-in with Toyota. And since most of Toyota’s models are offered as hybrids, it’s no surprise to see the same from Lexus, although there are some traditional petrol engines, too.

The brand focuses heavily on SUVs – namely the NX and RX – but also has the CT hatchback, ES executive saloon and LS luxury car among its portfolio. More small and large SUVs are expected in the future.

Like Toyota, Lexus has built a very strong reputation for reliability and regularly finishes very close to the top of our annual Reliability Survey.


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