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Lexus Ranges

  • Lexus ES

    Lexus ES

    New price:
    £38,765 - £54,625
    Used price:
    £21,010 - £40,848
  • Lexus LC

    Lexus LC

    New price:
    £88,920 - £108,345
    Used price:
    £40,784 - £91,575
  • Lexus LS

    Lexus LS

    New price:
    £85,475 - £119,580
    Used price:
    £1,234 - £79,665
  • Lexus NX

    Lexus NX

    New price:
    £41,210 - £62,450
    Used price:
    £12,290 - £50,820
  • Lexus RC

    Lexus RC

    New price:
    £71,120 - £87,870
    Used price:
    £13,082 - £80,004
  • Lexus RX

    Lexus RX

    New price:
    £56,215 - £69,315
    Used price:
    £965 - £58,203
  • Lexus UX

    Lexus UX

    New price:
    £25,960 - £47,310
    Used price:
    £19,997 - £36,951

Most popular Lexus reviews

  • Lexus LC Convertible (2020 onwards) Review

    A seriously desirable luxury convertible – with a different approach to established rivals but just as much ability

    Parkers rating: 4.3 out of 5 4.3
    New price: £99,845 - £108,345
    PROS
    • Head-turning styling
    • Glorious V8 engine
    • Premium build quality
    • Comfortable ride and seats
    • Different, and likely to remain exclusive
    CONS
    • Expensive to run with no hybrid offering
    • Rear seats aren’t suitable for passengers
    • Slightly awkward infotainment interface
    • Expensive to buy and run
    • Smallish boot
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  • Lexus LC Coupe (2017 onwards) Review

    High-tech four-seat GT looks like the future

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £88,920 - £104,920
    PROS
    • Striking looks inside and out
    • Lots of technology on board
    • Very comfortable over distance
    • Both engines have high performance
    CONS
    • Hybrid not as fun as V8
    • Not much room in back
    • Tiny luggage space
    • Styling may not appeal to all
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  • Lexus RX L (2018 onwards) Review

    Seven-seater version of beautifully built Lexus hybrid SUV

    Parkers rating: 2.8 out of 5 2.8
    New price: £57,505 - £69,315
    PROS
    • Very nicely finished cabin
    • Quiet, refined drive
    • Should prove reliable
    CONS
    • Unusual infotainment media system
    • Not much here for keen drivers
    • Adults will struggle in third row
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  • Lexus RX SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    Tempting running costs for private and fleet drivers mean it’ll make a lot of shortlists

    Parkers rating: 2.7 out of 5 2.7
    New price: £56,215 - £67,165
    PROS
    • Low CO2 hybrid model drives well
    • Quiet, comfortable and refined
    • Five-star crash test rating
    • Lots of standard equipment
    CONS
    • Difficult to make a case for 200t version
    • No plug-in hybrid option
    • Expensive list price
    • Frustrating infotainment system
    Read full review

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