A few years ago, Lexus brought us the current-generation NX. It was a big step in terms of luxury, design, technology, and powertrain.
Sporty convertibles? They don’t sell well, usually don’t have a lot of space, and might be considered a second car. For these reasons, they aren’t the highest sellers. Even though they have their onslaught of SUVs, BMW has stuck to the recipe of a sporty convertible with the Z4.
Back in the late 90s, Lexus gave us the RX crossover. Back then, it competed with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz ML. It has grown substantially and has turned hybrid and PHEV power along with a turbocharged inline-four engine.
Sometimes, you need to go everywhere. You need a robust vehicle that can take you through deep mud, sand, gravel, and on-road. However, you also want something more posh than your average Jeep. That’s where Land Rover and Range Rover come in! The Range Rover is known to be a go-anywhere SUV that can compete with the most luxurious SUVs.
V8s are a dying breed. With increased emission rules and better MPGs, automakers have turned to turbocharged six-cylinder engines. If you’ve never driven a naturally-aspirated V8, Lexus may have the answer