From the makers of the universally beloved LFA, Lexus has returned once again to create a proper sportscar with the Lexus LC500, and this convertible is one of the many beautiful creations that came from the manufacturer subsequently. Although not the most powerful sports car on the road, the LC500 is a capable machine that remains true to the old-school tastes of the automotive community. Its’s a car that is comfortable, powerful and sounds amazing as it races up to the redline. With reportedly 5,600 miles on the clock, there’s nothing really to deter you from taking this beautiful LC500 home.
Lexus is a name that is known among many to make incredible automobiles for enthusiasts, and this RC-F is no different. A 2017 model, this vehicle has everything you would ask from a modern automobile, while still having a competitive price. Not only that, but you’ll be also subscribing to the experience of being a Lexus owner and all the thrills that come with. This particular RC-F comes with 9,000 miles on the clock, but with an engine and body that's ready to do many more. With some aftermarket enhancements, this RC-F is a definite head turner.
If you’re seeking a Toyota Land Cruiser that’s got a bit more luxury and style, but retains the legendary off-road capabilities, Lexus’ line-up of the GX and LX models are your ideal candidate. Based on the Land Cruiser Prado and full-size Land Cruiser respectively, these are luxuriously-appointed SUVs that come with the legendary Toyota reliability. This 2018 Lexus GX460 SUV is a prime example of that. Boasting just 26,639 miles, it’s the ideal candidate if you’re looking for a dependable Japanese SUV for the family that can do the city run, interstate cruise and trail bash all in one capable package.
The magnificent piece of Japanese automotive craftsmanship you are currently looking at is a product of Toyota's luxury division, Lexus. The LX is a full-size luxury SUV, in fact, it is the largest and most expensive SUV offered by the division, and is a definite statement of road opulence and sheer road presence. While heavily based on Toyota's Land Cruiser, the LX was catered for those who felt like they wanted all the comfort of a luxury sedan coupled with the size and presence of an SUV. In 2015, the third generation LX 570 was given a complete overhaul to look like the one we have up for sale today. This 2021 Lexus LX 570 3 Row SUV is currently up for sale with just 12,500 miles on it.
The Lexus LX470 has gained a cult following amongst off-road enthusiasts who want a luxury Toyota Land Cruiser. No surprise, as Lexus is owned by Toyota, and inherits the brand’s legendary reliability, plus the Land Cruiser’s go-anywhere ethos. Since its introduction in 1995, the model is now on it’s fourth generation which is notable, because whilst the J300 Land Cruiser is not to be sold in the United States, the J310 Lexus LX which is based on it, will be. Thus, the legend lives on. If you’d like to become a member of the LX legend, here’s a 2003 Lexus LX470 Custom Overland from Georgia for you to consider. This enthusiast-owned machine has done a healthy 267,000 miles but that’s nothing for a Land Cruiser.
The GX is a full-size luxury SUV that was first brought to light for the North American and Eurasian markets in 2002 by Lexus, Toyota’s luxury division. The GX is based on the legendary Toyota Land Cruiser Prado platform, which naturally credits it as a proper off-road machine. However, the idea for the GX was to be truly different. It had to be a savage beast off-road, whilst offering the highest levels of Japanese luxury and automotive craftsmanship. The second-generation GX received a plethora of technical as well as mechanical changes since its debut in 2009, but exterior upgrades were fairly subtle until 2013. This fine 2015 Lexus GX 460 currently resides in Maryland and has just 66,000 miles on the odometer.
A grand tourer that was originally designed to compete with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz CL, the Lexus SC has always been an outlier, enjoyed by connoisseurs of cars that offer a combination of comfort and reliability with the open-top motoring experience. This 2002 Lexus SC430 is a perfect example of the second generation of SC, and with an original MSRP of $61,000, this garage-kept car has plenty of choice options that have helped it stay modern.
The Lexus RC F sits at the top of RC’s model line, enjoying a 5.0-liter V8 engine that plants it squarely in the sights not just of Grand Tourers, but supercars as well. This “infrared” on black 2015 Lexus RC F has 59,000 miles and is located in Dania Beach, Florida. It’s a specimen that has seen its fair-share of tastefully selected modifications, this Lexus RC F is the perfect blend of style and sophistication, offering drop-dead gorgeous visual appeal with heightened performance to match.