The Lexus NX mid-sized crossover offers a taste of achievable luxury to buyers used to mainstream brands. But despite some welcome tweaks, it's merely a solid option let down by some obvious flaws.
The Lexus LS is the car that started it all for the Japanese luxury brand. Now, with the fifth-generation, Lexus is banking that it has designed another game-changer.
Two years since replacing the Lexus IS F, the V8-powered Lexus RC F is still a car that knows how to hustle. But with an improved blend of comfort and pace, is it now the best it’s ever been?
The grand tradition of the grand tourer, is a practice that has been dominated by Europe for decades. Now, Japan sets its focus on the grand tourer platform with some real success in the form of the sinuous Lexus LC500.
This is the 2017 Lexus LC500. Yes, finally, a Lexus that will make any car enthusiast smile.
We like the Lexus NX, it ticks plenty of boxes, but the petrol/electric hybrid is definitely not the sweet spot in the range.
The LS has always been the Lexus flagship, and at one time was right at the head of the luxury sedan queue. The game has changed though and the current LS has been around for a long time.
To see what we're missing out on, if at all, Matt took an all-wheel-drive 2016 Lexus GS350 for a wintery road-trip in the US.
It used to be the default choice for those fiscally prudent retirees looking for reliable luxury to and from the bowls club, and not much else. So what's changed for 2017?
It's the first time we've seen the F Sport variant in the Lexus RX range. How does it stand up to its European rivals?
Is the smallest Lexus SUV a real contender against premium and mainstream rivals?