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Lexus is the luxury division of Toyota, launched in the US in 1990. After 6 years of development and approximately 450 prototypes, Lexus launched with the ES250 sedan and the flagship LS400 sedan. Since then Lexus has been known for its luxury, reliability, quiet and comfortable rides, luxurious cabin, solid build quality, and refined engines. The Lexus marque is now marketed in over 70 countries and is the largest selling brand of Japanese cars. Only in 2005 did Lexus sell its cars in its home country of Japan. Recently Lexus has developed performance hybrid cars and the LFA supercar.
The Lexus CT hybrid hatchback offers sporty handling and good fuel economy of 42 mpg. The CT provides luxury and responsive handling rarely seen in hybrids of this category. The interior is exceptionally well finished and styled well with many great features even though Lexus has sourced many sustainable and recycled materials to kit out the interior. Included as standard on the CT is Lexus’ Safety Connect telematics system, which includes functions such as stolen-vehicles notification, emergency assistance, and automatic collision notification.
The IS is Lexus’ entry-level luxury offering power, style, and comfort. The Lexus IS is available as a sedan or convertible and various engine sizes are available indicated by the numbers after IS. Two-wheel drive options and four-wheel drive options are available. New from 2016 is the entry-level 2 liter turbocharged engine that gives improved performance and fuel economy over the old 2.5 liter entry-level engine. The interior is luxurious even in standard trim, and includes the Siri Eyes-Free personal assistant.
The Lexus HS is a hybrid luxury compact sedan launched in 2009 as the first hybrid vehicle in the Lexus line-up. Despite being removed from the US market in 2012, it was still sold in Japan. Larger than the CT and smaller than the Lexus ES, the Lexus HS featured front-wheel drive and a 2.4 liter inline four cylinder engine, which produces a combined output of 187 horsepower with the assistance of the electric motor.
The Lexus ES is luxury mid-sized sedan focussed on comfort and space. Everything from the V6 engine, to the ride, to the interior is refined. The driver and passengers enjoy ample space and top quality interior materials that are modern and stylish. You can even choose a bamboo trim and flaxen upholstery combination as well as the more regular leather or perforated vinyl. The handling of the Lexus ES is a great balance between comfort and performance and the ride is extremely quiet, even at high speeds.
The luxury sedan that is the Lexus GS is as comfortable, luxurious and feature-rich as you would expect from a Lexus. Two-wheel and all-wheel drive options are available and despite the comfortable ride, the Lexus GS tackles corners with ease. The new GS F sedan offers even higher performance with upgraded aerodynamics, wheels, and power of 467 horsepower. For better fuel economy, drivers can opt for the GS450h which features a hybrid engine providing 31 mpg.
The LS is Lexus’ flagship luxury sedan that embodies all the qualities of Lexus: comfort, space, and quality. Those who wish to upgrade the already exquisite interior of soft leather, wood trim, metallic surfaces and chrome finishing can have the options of massaging seats, an ottoman, a refrigerated rear center console, power rear side sunshades and a rear-seat Blu-ray entertainment system. With all the luxuries and an ultra soft ride, the LS maybe one of the most comfortable luxury sedans.
The Lexus SC was a GT car produced from 1991 to 2010, available as a coupe or a convertible. The first generation of the Lexus SC was designed in the US and lasted nine years as a coupe. The second generation was designed in Europe and Japan and was born as a convertible with a retractable aluminium hardtop roof which would retract in 25 seconds. In 2010, a special edition limited to 200 was produced for the Japanese market, named the SC430 Eternal Jewel edition. A successor the the SC, called the Lexus LC, was launched in 2016.
The midsize Lexus RX luxury crossover SUV has recently undergone improvements to the interior space and handling, making it more car-like. The standard 3.5 liter V6 engine produces 295 horsepower while the hybrid version produces more than 300 horsepower with a fuel consumption of 30 mpg. The RX 350 Sport offers even better handling with sharper steering and adaptive suspension. As with all Lexus models, the RX is packed with features and luxurious touches and the the ride is quiet and comfortable.
The Lexus GX seven-seater SUV provides good off-road performance with all the luxuries of a Lexus. Full-time all-wheel drive and a high ground clearance allows for proper off-roading, and the V8 engine provides enough power for off-road and on-road driving with the ability to tow 6,500 pounds. Upgrading to Luxury trim means the addition of adaptive suspension and power-folding third-row seats. The Lexus Crawl Control aids with acceleration and braking in off-road conditions while you focus on steering through off-road terrain as the GX powers through whatever surface is thrown at it.
The full-sized luxury Lexus LX SUV delivers in refinement, features, ride and off-road capabilities. The LX is a proper SUV that can handle true off-road conditions yet still provide luxury for its driver and seven passengers in the three row seating arrangement. The LX can tow up to 7,000 pounds and a new Drive Mode Select system allows drivers to choose powertrain and suspension configurations to suit the terrain. Though based on the rugged Toyota Land Cruiser, you can expect creature comforts such as a 12.3-inch display, the Lexus Enform smartphone services, Siri Eyes-Free technology, satellite radio, height adjustable adaptive suspensions, 360-degree view parking camera system, keyless ignition, and automatic load leveling.
The distinctive Lexus NX is a compact luxury crossover SUV that offers a luxurious cabin and good high-tech features. The NX300h hybrid combines a 2.5 liter engine with two electric motors that produce 194 horsepower and amazing fuel consumption. The NX200t offers more power with its 2 liter turbocharged engine producing 235 horsepower. The interior of both versions of the NX are classy and modern using quality materials and delivering on well thought out design details.