Lexus has focused on polish and fixes for its facelifted RX large-SUV range. But do myriad detail changes conspire to improve the breed to a meaningful level?
Despite its urban roots, the Lexus UX250h is more than capable of handling longer stints on the highway.
A hardcore Lexus isn't anything new now, but the RC F Track Edition is one we've been looking forward to. And it's not hard to turn an already impressive chassis into an even more formidable weapon.
Few, if any, long-term testers have managed to prove so popular with so many of our journalists, as well as various CarAdvice staff, as the Lexus GS F. Even after eight months, this is a performance sedan that has continued to deliver genuine desirability on so many levels including ride, handling, performance and comfort.
As the RX350 approaches its midlife update, Lexus has wheeled out a value-added runout pack to entice buyers.
A smattering of updates and the price hike make the 2019 Lexus NX300 Luxury more brimming with goodies than ever. But do they improve the ageing premium-SUV breed?
Lexus's smallest SUV really does put the 'UX' in 'Urban Crossover'.
The RX350 Sports Luxury blends edgy design with old-school Japanese plushness, but it still lacks the infotainment and dynamism of European rivals.
It may lack the aural theatre of its V8 twin, but the LC500h still makes you look and feel like a million bucks – for a fraction of that figure.
Sitting in a car so often, you get to develop some thoughts on how it's all put together. Here's what we think.
In the realm of technology, the top-spec Lexus UX is like a burger with the lot – excluding smartphone mirroring, for now.