Price Range (MSRP): $31,250 (CT 200h) to $89,880 (LX 570)
Lexus is the luxury division of Toyota, producing vehicles known for their quiet and refined interiors and comfortable rides. In recent years, Lexus has implemented its dramatic “L Finesse” design language and various iterations of the “spindle grille” across its lineup.
The CT 200h is the fuel-efficient, entry-level hybrid hatchback in the Lexus lineup. It comes with a 98-hp, 1.8-liter 4-cylinder with an electronic drive system. With the 60/40-split folding rear seat folded down, the CT 200h has a maximum cargo capacity of 34.8 cubic feet.
Four models are available for the RC-series sport coupe: the RC 200t, RC 300, RC 350, and RC F. F Sport trims are available for all RC models minus the RC F. The RC F is powered by a powerful 467-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 mated to an 8-speed sport automatic and rear-wheel drive.
The IS-series of compact sports sedans consists of three models: the IS 200t, IS 300, and IS 350. This year, the IS-series has been given a mid-cycle refresh that includes a more aggressive front fascia and standard LED headlights and fog lights. The IS 200t is turbocharged for improved efficiency, while the IS 300 and IS 350 are naturally aspirated. All three models have F Sport trim levels, which come with sport-tuned suspension and its own revised exterior and interior styling.
Although the midsize ES 350 sedan follows Lexus’ “L finesse” design language, the styling is much more subdued for a more executive appearance. The ES 300h hybrid version is still available.
Looking for a more fun driving experience? The GS-series line of midsize sport sedans have a more driver-centric focus with aggressive looks. The GS 200t and GS 350 have F Sport trims with an optional limited-slip rear differential. The high-performance GS F and the GS 450h hybrid version remain available as well.
The flagship LS 460 sedan has standard and Long wheelbase options. A newly available Nightfall Edition package includes a unique Nightfall Mica exterior paint job, a premium dark brown interior, and a Mark Levinson premium audio system.
Moving onto the SUVs, the luxury compact NX-series offers seating for five passengers and 53.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. The NX 200t and NX 300h have a subscription-based Lexus Enform Remote services, which include stolen vehicle location, emergency assistance, roadside assistance, and automatic collision notification.
The midsize RX 350 SUV has bold, aggressive exterior styling and a great choice of interior colors. Now standard is the Safety System+, which can help avoid or mitigate collisions across a range of vehicle speeds under certain conditions. The more fuel-efficient RX 450h is still available.
For even bigger families, the full-size GX 460 seats up to seven passengers across three rows. It comes with a beefy 301-hp, 4.6-liter V-8 engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and full-time 4-wheel drive. The mammoth LX 570 has a luxurious interior that seats 8 passengers across three rows.
*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.