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The ultraluxe 2013 Lexus LS 600h L impresses with power and amenities that are among the best in this class, but they come at a price many thousands of dollars more than you'd pay for its closest competitor.
The Lexus GS F is outgunned in the power department, but it's still a worthy high-performance sedan offering an attractive mix of punch, handling, looks, luxury and involvement from behind the wheel.
A worthy flagship luxury coupe with above average performance chops and stunning design.
Big on comfort and just plain large, the 2015 Lexus LS 460L continues to define the brand and proves to be an equal to the German luxury competition.
If looks could kill, this Lexus would be serving consecutive life terms. Too bad the in-car tech ruins an otherwise pleasant experience.
It’s hard not to have fun in the Lexus GS F, but it's not exactly making a case for itself.
The Lexus LC looks like a million bucks without feeling the need to shout about it.
It’s no performer, but as a comfy-cozy cruiser, the Lexus RC 350 is easy like Sunday morning.
Enthusiasts who like to carve up the twisties should look elsewhere, but those who need comfortable transportation should be satisfied.
The 2014 Lexus LX 570 blends the off-road pedigree of the legendary Land Cruiser with on-road comfort and manners befitting its luxury Lexus badge.
With its new appearance, 2014 Lexus GX 460 is a competent full-size luxury SUV, but its powertrain and dashboard tech could also use an update to keep up with the competition.
The Lexus GS 200t offers a comfortable ride that's engaging enough for most buyers, but the Enform system needs a redesign, ASAP.
The 2015 Lexus RX 350 remains a comfortable, easy-driving SUV with a great amount of space, but its features, especially in the driver-assistance category, fall behind those of the competition.
The terrifically impractical 2014 Lexus IS F is the most un-Lexus model in the lineup, but it's an absolute thriller.
The 2013 Lexus RX 350 lacks some of the more advanced features of rival luxury SUVs, but app integration helps keep it modern. F Sport trim does little for performance, mostly making the ride less comfortable.
Lexus’ largest SUV is really showing its age. It’s pleasant enough to drive with for a week, but for buyers, you’re better off spending your $90,000 somewhere else.
The original luxury crossover gets crisp styling tweaks and a host of new technology for its 2020 model year update.
With a bold new look, more tech and better handling, Lexus' most affordable sedan aims for broadband appeal.