Lexus is the luxury division of the well known car manufacturer, Toyota. These cars are sought after all over the world and are sold in 80 countries. Everyone knows Lexus isn’t cheap, but how expensive can it get? Let’s find out.
Number Eight: The 2020 Lexus IS F SPORT, $67,000. The IS F SPORT is the fastest and the most dominant car the company has ever made, and features a V8 engine. This beauty does 0-60 miles per hour in under 4 seconds. This car was Lexus’ answer to the BMW M3 sedan.
Number Seven: Lexus SC430, $110,000. This model started being produced in 1991 and was manufactured up until ’10. This car does 0-60 in 6.2 seconds and features a retractable top that goes down in only 25 seconds.
Number Six: Lexus LX 570, $140,000. The LX is a large and luxurious SUV sold by the company since the mid 1990’s. The car features 20 inch wheels and a sleek and alluring exterior. Space won’t be a problem inside this vehicle.
Number Five: Lexus LS 460 (USF40), $155,000. This full size luxury sedan was featured on a popular TV show, Suits. It has a V8 engine and 18 inch wheels.
Number Four: The LS 600h L, $240,000. Would you like a car with 19 inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, front and back sensors for easy parking, leather upholstery, as well as heated seats and steering wheel? Then you may want to consider purchasing The LS 600h L.
Number Three: The LS 460 TMG Sports 650, $255,000. The wonderful LS 460 TMG Sports 650 is powerful enough to go up to 60 miles per hour in less than 4 seconds. Now that is impressive. The car weighs more than 2 tons.
Number Two: Lexus LFA, $385,000. This model first went into production in the year ’10, selling at a price of $385,000. Production ended in late ’12 with only 500 made. The final version of our car is number one on our list.
Number One: Lexus LFA Nurburgring, $475,000. Priced at almost half a million dollars, the LFA Nurburgring is the most expensive car Lexus has ever made. This car has a V10 engine. Thanks for reading!
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