Lexus has updated its rear-driven V8 muscle car, the GS F, for 2017. But does the new adaptive suspension trickery improve the breed?
The 2017 Lexus IS200t Luxury is the cheapest version of the car available, but it doesn't feel cheap.
The RX450h follows the Lexus theory of packing as much standard gear into the starting price as possible. At 100 grand though, the F-Sport variant is pushing into serious money territory.
Lexus has a new flagship, the LC500 - and it's not like any Lexus we've seen before, except for the LFA. And it goes as good as it looks.
The face-lifted 2017 Lexus IS range promises more comfort, safety and equipment. But is there enough in the luxury sedan range's tank to justify a hike in pricing?
The Lexus RX350 F Sport does all the things you'd expect from the brand, but wraps the experience up in an edgy design language that will polarise.
The confirmation of the pricing for the all-new Honda NSX – at a huge $420,000 plus on-road costs – made a few people in the CarAdvice office gasp. But it also got the team to thinking – that’s a big gap between the cheapest Honda model to the dearest..
The facelifted Lexus GS450h sits squarely between the pricing of its two main competitors and is well equipped in standard trim.
Lexus turns up the wick on the conservative GS sedan, by shoving a great big V8 under the bonnet. So how does the 2016 GS F pull it all together?
Does the entry model into the new RX range make sense?
Lexus lobs into the large super sedan segment with its V8-powered, rear-driven GS F, without a logical rival in sight. But does it deliver on the promise of blending luxury, high performance and driver engagement?