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Lexus Test Drive Reviews 

2016 Lexus IS350 F Sport Test Drive Review

The 4-door Lexus IS350 has long been the Japanese manufacturer’s answer to cars like the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4. With similar dimensions, a well-designed exterior and good power it offers a performance combination that many buyers are looking for. This 2016 IS350 F Sport RWD benefits from such updates as an 8-speed automatic transmission (6-speed auto in the AWD model), updated 18-inch wheels and adaptive variable suspension. All of these culminate in a sporty, fun-to-drive sport sedan that’s priced competitively in a market with some very stiff…

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2016 Lexus GS 350 F Sport Test Drive Review

When it comes to Lexus, enthusiasts seem to be looking for more power and more performance, however, the true essence of Lexus isn’t only about performance. It’s all about comfort, luxury, and style. The new 2016 Lexus GS carries that philosophy forward with an upgraded design, new powertrain offerings, and a bunch of new technology to keep the gadget geek in you satisfied. The 2016 Lexus GS is the perfect car for you if you’re looking for a luxury sedan that offers all the comfort and class you need. Competing with the likes…

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2016 Lexus GS F Test Drive Review

Just like American automakers perfected the art of the muscle car in the 1960s, German automakers have laid a solid claim to building some of the best sport sedans over the last several decades. Lexus is hoping to change that perception with the all-new 2016 Lexus GS F. Toyota’s luxury division first stepped up its game to rival the four-door Mercedes AMG, BMW M and Audi S models with the IS F in 2007, and while the subsequent models have been two-door variants (the LFA supercar and the RC F)…

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2016 Lexus LX 570 Test Drive Review

Lexus may have debuted as a brand and made a name for itself with its sedans, but it’s also been making handsome and capable luxury sport utility vehicles for decades. In 1996, it introduced the world to the LX 450, a leather- and wood-lined version of Toyota’s legendary off-roader, the Land Cruiser. Twenty years later, the Land Cruiser is still around and the LX, now with the 570 suffix, is more lavish and adept at transporting passengers across paved roads and over rough terrain in comfort than ever before. We…

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