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.