The Lexus UX is an all-new crossover that joined the Lexus lineup for 2019. It’s a luxury compact crossover that targets those in urban areas and serves as an entry-level choice for those who want a Lexus, but have a modest budget. At New York Fashion Week, Lexus served up a unique version of the […]
Sport-utility vehicles have become more car-like over the years, but some buyers still want the beefy demeanor of the first truck-based models. The Lexus LX 570 provides it, along with a satisfying dash of luxury.
The Lexus NX 300 compact crossover makes a strong case for skipping that compact sports sedan you’ve been eyeing.
A while ago, I was on the radio on WBZ-AM1030 when caller asked about his windows that randomly rolled down by themslves, leaving his interior soaked in the pouring rain. I ccouldn’t figure out why at the moment, but now I know the answer.
One of the fun parts of buying a car is picking out the options. This lets you make the car more uniquely yours and, if you’re ambitious, you can get aftermarket accessories that ensure no one else will have exactly what you’re driving. Lexus goes one step further with a car tailored to your DNA. […]
Ever think about who has to make those giant bows you see in commercials and in new car showrooms? They’re the specialty of a company in California. They supply the trademark bows you see in Lexus commercials, but they’ve produced the festive knots for a dozen other manufacturers, too.
For the automotive industry, 2018 is what Major League Baseball would call a “rebuilding year.” Most of the major introductions this year are evolutions to current nameplates. There are only 11 brand new cars with new names this year, and almost all of those names leave a bit to be desired.
Lexus is known as a luxury brand, but it also builds performance cars. That’s not what most people think of when they see one, but it’s there. Sometimes it’s hidden beneath that huge grille and a gorgeous leather interior, but it’s in there. The Lexus IS 300 F Sport is a great example of how […]
Car owners are mystified by Xenon headlamps, but anyone with rudimentary skills and a few tools can replace them for around $25 each.