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2019 Lexus ES: 5 things you should know

2019 Lexus ES: 5 things you should know

Luxury sedans may not be considered "sexy," but the 2019 Lexus ES would like to shake that perception up when it goes on sale this fall. Now in its seventh generation, the new four-door sheds the stuffy attitude of its predecessor in favor of more performance, more power, and more technology, all wrapped up in a brand new design.

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2018 Lexus LC 500 Review: A movie star for the road

2018 Lexus LC 500 Review: A movie star for the road

If Lexus wanted to convince us that it was neither boring nor unimaginative, the 2018 LC 500 is the car to do it. Born of a melodramatic concept, translated with painstaking care to mass production, and tasked with changing decades of preconceptions at a price that's reasonably affordable, it's no surprise that the LC doesn't quite hit every note. Still, the delta between what this V8 GT promises and what it delivers is impressive.

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2019 Lexus ES shows off the future of Lexus interiors

2019 Lexus ES shows off the future of Lexus interiors

Lexus has unveiled the 2019 ES that shows off the next generation of the automakers entry-level luxury car. The new ES rides on the all-new global architecture called the GA-K platform. Lexus says that the new ES is 2.6-inches longer, .2-inches lower, and 1.8-inches wider than the outgoing ES.

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2019 Lexus ES reveals one seriously big risk

2019 Lexus ES reveals one seriously big risk

Lexus is taking a risk, pushing the envelope on its best-selling sedan. The 2019 Lexus ES has been revealed, and gone is the shy, awkward car of before. This time around, you’re either going to love it or you’ll hate it. Lexus just hopes you don’t forget it.

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Toyota and Lexus to launch tech to connect vehicles and infrastructure

Toyota and Lexus to launch tech to connect vehicles and infrastructure

Toyota and Lexus have announced that both brands will be rolling out tech to connect vehicles with infrastructure in the US in 2021. The automaker wants vehicles to be able to talk to each other and the surrounding environment to help keep passengers and drivers safer. The tech that will be rolled out by 2021 is called Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC).

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Car subscriptions get imaginative at New York Auto Show

Car subscriptions get imaginative at New York Auto Show

Among the shiny new cars, crossovers, and SUVs of the New York International Auto Show this week, enthusiasm for subscription ownership is quietly growing. The smartphone-style model - where, rather than a lease or finance purchase, drivers pay a single fee each month that includes the car, its insurance, servicing, and other common costs - is slowly gaining traction, as unexpectedly good news from Volvo confirmed. In this brave new world of alternative ownership, though, there's still plenty of room to differentiate yourself and your offer.

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Lexus RC F Sport Black Line Special Edition debuts in NYC

Lexus RC F Sport Black Line Special Edition debuts in NYC

Lexus has unveiled a new special edition version of the RC F Sport that brings more style to the model. The limited edition is called the RC F Sport Black Line Special Edition and its debut was at the 2018 New York Auto Show. The Black Line is available on all RC 300/350 F Sport models.

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Lexus gives production nod to bigger luxury Sport Yacht

Lexus gives production nod to bigger luxury Sport Yacht

Your next Lexus might be parked in the marina not your garage, with the Japanese company confirming it'll build a production version of the striking Lexus Sport Yacht concept. Making its debut last year, the two-tone boat was the automaker's first significant foray outside of land transportation. However, what Lexus has in mind for the production yacht is a whole lot larger.

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2019 Lexus UX crossover gives new hybrid an urban edge

2019 Lexus UX crossover gives new hybrid an urban edge

Drivers can't get enough of crossovers, and Lexus isn't going to disappoint them, with the 2019 Lexus UX making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 today. The automaker's first compact luxury crossover, it's the smallest model in the Lexus SUV line-up, slotting in beneath the NX with a surprisingly small footprint.

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Lexus UX urban crossover revealed to woo Millennials

Lexus UX urban crossover revealed to woo Millennials

Lexus is showing off its new crossover, the Lexus UX, and while the big reveal may be at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 next week, we've seen enough to know the fruit doesn't fall too far from the tree. The "urban compact crossover" is, unsurprisingly, based on the Lexus UX Concept the automaker showed off back in late 2016, though with some of the more car-show-friendly (and eye-catching) features dialed down for production.

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Best automotive brands list has some surprises

Best automotive brands list has some surprises

The Genesis name may have grown up and moved out of Hyundai's house and it seems that was a good thing. Consumer Reports has published its list of the automotive brands with the best-predicted reliability and best owner satisfaction. At the top of that list is newcomer Genesis sitting at the top of owner satisfaction and about midway down in predicted reliability rankings making it the top brand.

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2018 Lexus RX 450hL 3-row hybrid SUV priced up

2018 Lexus RX 450hL 3-row hybrid SUV priced up

Lexus' first three-row RX hybrid SUV has been priced up, and it turns out the cost of adding two extra seats is surprisingly moderate. Unveiled at the LA Auto Show 2017, the 2018 RX 450hL will sit at the top of the RX line-up, Lexus' best-selling SUV range.

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