Lexus Showroom


A Japanese disruptor in the Euro-dominated luxury car space when it launched in the ‘80s, Lexus has become the premium jewel in the Toyota Group’s crown. Celebrating more than three decades on sale in Australia, the brand is known for the refinement of its cars and its efficient hybrids.

Price Range
$46,085 - $213,068*
5 year
Top Seller
Filter the Lexus range
6 models
3 models
3 models
Utes & Vans
0 model
Electric & Hybrid
5 models


2 badges available
$ 62,140 - $ 79,170* MRLP


| Convertible
2 badges available
$ 192,348 - $ 213,068* MRLP


2 badges available
$ 195,325 - $ 200,955* MRLP


2 badges available
$ 147,991 - $ 209,991* MRLP


4 badges available
$ 60,800 - $ 88,323* MRLP


2 badges available
$ 46,085 - $ 65,995* MRLP
2023 Lexus RZ450e review: Preview drivePlayIconRounded
Quick Drive | 17 Nov 2022
As the first dedicated battery electric vehicle from the marque, the Lexus RZ carries the future of the brand on its shoulders.
2022 Lexus LX500d review
Review | 26 Sep 2022


Lexus’ grandiose LX500d is a lesson in excess. But does its equipment, comfort, and tech command a sizeable price premium over its Toyota Landcruiser sibling?
2023 Lexus RX review: International first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 9 Sep 2022
The new 2023 Lexus RX will land in Australia in 2023. We sample the latest expression of Lexus’ take on the luxury SUV segment.

2022 Lexus NX350h Sports Luxury 2WD review
Review | 27 Aug 2022


The Lexus NX represents a practical and affordable step into luxury SUV ownership, and the new NX is squarely focused on the driver.
Lexus developing manual transmission for electric cars, but with a twistPlayIconRounded
news | 9 Dec 2022
Lexus is developing a manual transmission for its future electric cars, debuting the tech on a UX300e.
Lexus Australia recalls more than 14,000 GS, IS and RC models
Recalls | 7 Dec 2022
A fault in the design of certain Lexus fuel tank vent tubes could lead a petrol leak, the car-maker claims.
Most reliable and least reliable cars named in the US
news | 22 Nov 2022
The latest US study has revealed the best and worst car manufacturers, with some shock results.

2025 Lexus LFR: Australian trademark hints at flagship supercar
New Models | 21 Nov 2022
Toyota’s Australian arm is attempting to trademark the LFR name, adding to previous reports of the Lexus LFA's successor launching in the coming years.

Lexus CarAdvice

Drive TV – catch up on seasons 1–3 herePlayIconRounded
27 Nov 2022
Every new car warranty in Australia in 2022
Advice | 15 Nov 2022
Warranties are an important factor when making a new car purchase, so we've ranked each manufacturer from shortest to longest.
New car wait times: The models you can drive away tomorrow
Buying Advice | 6 Aug 2022

Every electric car in Australia, ranked by range
Buying Advice | 15 Jun 2022
We've ranked all the electric cars currently available in Australia for 2022 from longest range to shortest range.
2020 Lexus ES F Sport: owner review
Owner Review | 3 Oct 2022
2008 Lexus LS600hL: owner review
Owner Review | 28 Sep 2021
2008 Lexus LS600hL owner, Peter, reflects on his time with the big flagship hybrid limo, giving praise to its excellent comfort, and more.
2013 Lexus RX270: owner review
Owner Review | 7 Sep 2021
With the RX, Lexus have singularly made a five-seater crossover that makes you feel as though they care.Owner: Robert

2014 Lexus GS450h Hybrid Sports Luxury: owner review
Owner Review | 12 Mar 2021
I spent 6 months looking for a used RELIABLE luxury car that can do 40,000 -50,000 of highway KM yearly without bankrupting me (No, I am not an Uber driver); It was between Genesis G80 and Lexus GS ( initially was looking for Lexus Ls460 but never find one that was in WA where I Live) ; Turns out that the genesis g80 cars I ve tried had a weird chassis vibration issues at highway speeds which turns out to be a well known problem according to my local Hyundai dealer. I Bought a used a lexus GS450H used with 50,000km on the clock after my W204 c200 Mercedes was written off after a Mercedes dealership crashed it . Drove about 6000 km in 6 weeks mainly highway Kms. .Long story short, It is a great car as a used car but no way I would be paying near 120,000$ for it new. 1. interior: front seats are not very comfortable, I find the leather a bit hard and feels like the seat frame is made for small bodies and if you are a bit over weight like myself you would be ok but not super happy; This is a 120,000 sedan, ONE HAVE TO BE HAPPY Everything else in the interior is super high quality, elegant and well organized. There is button for everything . 2 Exterior: This car is a the queen of understated luxury. No one would ever recognize that this is an expensive car. you would not attract an unwanted attention. very cohesive design 3 Engine: 3.5 litre direct and port injected running Atkinson cycle naturally aspirated .. sounds good, smooth . It is basically an advanced version of usual 3.5 Toyota corporate engine . should be realiable but may be not to the extent of the regular base version with port injection only running Otto cycles . 4: planetary gear set, super smooth but no shifts, like a CVT but without the rubber band effect. I personally would ve preferred an 8 speed ZF box 5 cabin Isolation: There is a weird omission: no double Pan side window glass ! .the cabin is well insulated form wind noise and engine noise but may be the tyre noise is a bit too prominent for a lexus. It had a set of Dunlop max sports which i replaced with Pirelli all seasons and that helped, but only partially. 6 Ride: I have a general opinion about Lexus in general ( i also own an RX 350) they excel at making soft riding cars. using relatively simple suspension technology with no air suspension or any crazy adjustable dampers ( magnetic ride , looking at you GM) and that make their cars reliable. BUT , They are crap at imitating the Germans in making sporty riding cars and that what happened with the GS. This is a E Class competitor with double wishbone front suspension, independent rear and adjustable dampers but no Air suspension. the Car is pushing 1900 Kg with one of the shortest wheels base sin the mid sized luxury car segment and this gives you a confused ride. The ride is not soft enough ( like the ES or even the LS) but also not sporty like the 5 series and that leaves something to desire which is not acceptable for a 120,000 luxury barge. This car desperately needed Air suspension to compensate for the heavy weight and short wheel base. 7 hybrid system and fuel economy: reliable, 8 years warranty on hybrid components from Lexus. fuel economy is 6.3 l / 100 Km; My W204 Mercedes C200 was doing 8 l/100 km no complains ; very happy . 8 Tyres 235/ 40/19 tyres too low profile, car sensitive to flat spotting; Lexus please stop imitating the Germans with super low profile ; I think more side wall would have helped the ride a lot ISSUES: 1. steering wheel pulling to the left constantly which was not fixed by wheel alignments and balancing at 2 different shops 2 Active cruise control: when a car in front of me on the highway comes into my radar range the car starts to accelerates and decelerates repeatedly, ever so slightly, till it reaches to the desired distance behind that car then it settles .I ve compared that to few other Lexus active cruise control systems (albeit on an older 2011 model RX) which was very smooth unlike my car. I hope I was informative enough and did well on my first ever car review
* 'MRLP' is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.