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It’s hard not to have fun in the Lexus GS F, but it's not exactly making a case for itself.
The original luxury crossover gets crisp styling tweaks and a host of new technology for its 2020 model year update.
The Lexus LC looks like a million bucks without feeling the need to shout about it.
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.
It’s no performer, but as a comfy-cozy cruiser, the Lexus RC 350 is easy like Sunday morning.
The Lexus IS 350 offers a class-competitive driving experience, but overall, it feels behind the curve.
With a bold new look, more tech and better handling, Lexus' most affordable sedan aims for broadband appeal.
If you look past the awful tech interface, the LS 500 is a good reminder of what Lexus does best.
A worthy flagship luxury coupe with above average performance chops and stunning design.
The Lexus GS 200t offers a comfortable ride that's engaging enough for most buyers, but the Enform system needs a redesign, ASAP.
Small adjustments to creature comforts underpin a relatively mild refresh for Lexus' smallest crossover.
The 2017 Lexus IS 200t offers an enjoyable ride with plenty of features, but should be purchased without the Remote Touch handle.
Whether gas or hybrid, Lexus' LC coupe shines with surprisingly soulful performance and traffic-stopping sheetmetal.
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.
Don't be fooled. This fancy SUV has some decent dirt-driving chops.
If you plan on stretching your bucks to slide into the luxury-car life, you're probably better off going with a fully equipped, non-luxury competitor, like a Toyota Avalon or a Nissan Maxima.
Enthusiasts who like to carve up the twisties should look elsewhere, but those who need comfortable transportation should be satisfied.
With the LC 500, introduced at the Detroit auto show, Lexus turns away from practicality in favor of a sporty little 2+2 seater.