Lexus turned the luxury car market on its head with the original LS limousine. Three decades later, it's made another potential world-beater.
Lexus introduces a new entry-level SUV called the UX, but it faces stiff competition from the big three German brands, as well as Jaguar and Volvo.
About 108 kilometres (or 1hr 40 mins drive time) from Shibuya in Tokyo lies one of the world’s most thrilling stretches of road. It’s called the Hakone Skyline, and if you’re a bona fide car or bike enthusiast who likes to a have a bit of a crack on a twisty road, then drop everything and put this at the top of your bucket list...
Elegance and economy in a sleek new wrapper.
It's big, it's brash and it now comes with a turbo-diesel. Meet the 2018 Lexus LX450d.
The seven-seat Lexus RX L expands the company’s large SUV range both literally and figuratively, answering a question posed by a number of prospective buyers.
The Lexus RX300 in F Sport guise continues the Japanese brand's commitment to extensive standard inclusions and build quality. It's an exceptional SUV in every sense.
Lexus once again takes aim at the top end of town with its new LS500 flagship sedan, with a new platform, new engine, and incredibly detailed handcrafted interior that puts its German competitors on notice.
The Lexus IS300 range comprises many variants and trim grades, but the Sports Luxury is perhaps the smart-money buy with an excellent 2.0-litre turbocharged engine.
Is the most popular variant of the Lexus NX300 a worthy buy?
Call it an expensive Toyota 200 Series or a reasonably priced eight-seat Lexus SUV – either way, it's still a lot of car for the money.