Lexus originally launched to the US market in 1989 as the luxury arm of the giant car manufacturer Toyota. Since then it has grown into one of the best selling luxury cars in the World.

Over the years since it's inception Lexus has developed into it's own brand, with Toyota opening a production facility for them in Canada in 2003 while maintaining it's production facilities in Japan.

Lexus, as would be expected with it being part of Toyota, excelled in reliability and customer service, with many consumer surveys putting it at the top of the luxury manufacturers. One such survey by J.D.Power has had Lexus at the top for reliability fourteen times, which is a remarkable feat, with stiff competition from many other manufacturers.

Since it's inception Lexus have gone from the original one model lineup to having a range of vehicles including luxury saloons, sports, convertibles and SUVs.

To get your Lexus valuation, either enter a number plate in the form to the top left, or use the dropdown lists underneath.

A selection of used car dealers from our directory that deal with Lexus vehicles

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Automotive Dreams Ltd
36-38 Essex Street, Birmingham B5 4TR
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Tom Hartley
159 Moira Road, Overseal, Swadlincote DE12 6JD
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Wallis & Son Ltd
Cavendish House, Cambridge Road, Barton CB23 7AW
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Bramley
The Foundry, 26 High Street, Bramley, Nr Guilford GU5 0HB
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Pb Cars
Rivington House, 82 Great Eatsern Street, London EC2A 3JF

Latest review of a Lexus vehicle (SC)

The V8 engine offers a silky-smooth, if slightly choppy ride, and the roof is a beauty. The seats in the rear don't seem to offer much practicality.
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WMCW Admin - Monday, 16th July 2012