Lexus Reviews

7/10
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The average score of all new Lexus models on sale.
£23,520 - £105,595
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£3,200
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12 Lexus models

AVG. SAVING £2,470
4/10
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£23,520 - £32,020
Hybrid hatchback has cheap running costs
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7/10
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A striking premium large saloon
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AVG. SAVING £3,514
5/10
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£36,125 - £55,155
Refined executive car has a relaxing drive
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AVG. SAVING £5,366
8/10
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£73,375 - £75,480
Super-saloon is alternative to the established competition
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AVG. SAVING £3,169
6/10
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£32,900 - £43,400
Small executive car with a comfortable ride
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AVG. SAVING £0
8/10
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£76,595 - £91,995
A gorgeous coupe that goes as well as it looks
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AVG. SAVING £0
8/10
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£72,595 - £105,595
Refined giant luxury saloon is packed with gadgets
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AVG. SAVING £3,445
7/10
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£34,940 - £45,440
Compact SUV is impressively comfortable and refined
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AVG. SAVING £3,111
6/10
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£39,145 - £44,945
Smart coupe rivals the established competition
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AVG. SAVING £4,407
8/10
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£59,690 - £71,190
Powerful saloon combines speed and comfort
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AVG. SAVING £5,411
7/10
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£48,690 - £59,690
A luxurious SUV that chooses comfort over sportiness
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AVG. SAVING £4,551
7/10
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£50,995 - £61,995
A comfortable hybrid SUV with seven seats
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About Lexus cars

Lexus has nurtured a reputation for building high-quality, comfortable cars that are packed with technology. There are no cheap and cheerful cars in its range, instead you can expect to find a selection of very well-built executive vehicles.

The cheapest way into Lexus ownership is with the CT hybrid, a hatchback that combines a luxurious interior with cheap running costs. At the other end of the spectrum, the top of the range LS can be seen as a genuine Mercedes S-Class rival – it comes with a wealth of gadgets and a hefty price tag to match.

Lexus built the shocking LFA supercar that, although no longer produced, was the Japanese manufacturer’s first foray into the world of high-performance cars. This experiment spawned a number of sporty coupe offerings, most recently the RC that, in RC-F trim, Lexus hopes will rival the BMW M4.