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Since 1989, Lexus has nurtured a reputation for building high-quality, comfortable cars that are packed with technology. Available in more than 70 countries and territories worldwide, the automaker is Japan's largest-selling make of premium cars, solidifying its position in the competitive luxury sector.
From the smaller CT hatchback to the larger RX luxury SUV, Lexus latest product line-up boasts a range of well-built executive vehicles, most of which are available with hybrid technology. Add the high performance RC F Coupe into the mix and it’s easy to see why many drivers are choosing a Lexus for their next lease vehicle.
The new Lexus ES looks like a coupe but feels like a saloon - meaning you get the all the space without the bulky exterior.
The LS has merged comfort and performance seamlessly. It features advanced technologies - including the Multi Stage Hybrid - and superb driving experience to ensure you'll enjoy every drive.
The Lexus NX is a practical self-charging SUV with a powerful 2.5-litre engine. It has unrivalled safety features and advanced technology that mean it'll complete any urban adventure.
The Lexus RC F Coupe is bold and its proud of it, as it should be. And as it features a V8 engine and racing style seats it perfectly encapsulates a racing spirit.
Space doesn't have to mean bulky and this is exactly what the Lexus RX delivers. This SUV is the epitome of luxury and that continues right through to the Full Hybrid technology.
If you want the spacious feel of an SUV and a compact exterior then the Lexus UX is the one for you. This vehicle is a self-charging electric hybrid that won't disappoint.
11th Aug 2018
Best Car, best manufacturer and now best dealer: Lexus has completed an exceptional hat-trick of top awards in the 2015 Auto Express Driver Power survey.
30th Mar 2018
Based on the funky Toyota C-HR, the Lexus UX is an adventurous and edgy addition to the Lexus line-up.
27th Feb 2018
Following a reveal in full at the Geneva Motor Show, the Lexus UX crossover/SUV will slot just between the NX and RX, with great rigidity, a low centre of gravity and handling ability like a hatchback.