Lexus UX

Lexus Next Step Finance offers lower initial instalment rates in 3-tier H-P scheme

Lexus Malaysia’s range consists of 9 models from sedan to SUV to MPV, with the lowest-priced model being the UX. This compact SUV is available in 3 variants – Urban, Luxury and F SPORT – with prices starting from RM236,444 (excluding insurance and sales tax exemption of 5%). For those who have had their eye […]

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Lexus Malaysia adds new variants to RX and ES ranges

2021 sees the ranges of two of Lexus Malaysia’s popular models – the RX300 and ES250 – gaining additional versions. These are the new RX 300 Luxury Special Edition and ES 250 Limited. Orders are accepted at all 6 authorised Lexus outlets nationwide from mid-January, with sales beginning in February  2021. Without insurance premium, the […]

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Lexus reveals DIRECT4 technology for future hybrids and EVs

The transition to electrified vehicles has been taking place across the auto industry since this century began although for the premium and luxury brands, it may appear slower. Perhaps these brands in the upper stratosphere of the market want to make sure that when they do go all the way to fully electrically powered cars, […]

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2021 Lexus LM350

4-seater Lexus LM350 MPV coming to Malaysia in 2021

Finally, the Lexus range gets a MPV after 31 years of existence. Unveiled at the Shanghai Motorshow in China last year, the new model is designated LM350, the ‘LM’ referring to ‘Luxury Mover’. It’s no secret that the LM350 is adapted from Toyota’s Alphard model, a practical move for the luxury brand. In earlier years, […]

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Lexus LC500 Convertible Debuts in Malaysia – Priced at RM1,350,000

Lexus Malaysia has introduced its latest model – the LC500 Convertible. The model is the Japanese luxury car maker’s first convertible model to be officially for sale in Malaysia and is now the flagship model of the entire Lexus line-up in Malaysia. The LC500 Convertible with its dramatic presence remains true to the defining features […]

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Fuel pump recall list for Toyota and Lexus vehicles in Malaysia expanded

Following a recall notice announced in March, UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd (UMWT) has expanded the list of affected Toyota and Lexus vehicles that require a fuel pump replacement. The expansion has been prompted by additional information received from Toyota Motor Corporation which has identified 9,500 new units of Toyota models and 850 new units […]

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Lexus and Infiniti demonstrate off-road capabilities of their large SUVs in all-female rally

Although the Range Rover, launched in the mid-1970s, can lay claim to being the first premium SUV, large premium SUVs only appeared in the late 1990s. However, the two Japanese premium brands – Lexus and Infiniti – had developed their own versions of luxury SUVs based on existing 4×4 models of their parent brands, Toyota […]

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2020 Lexus RC F Fuji Speedway Edition

Lexus RC F Fuji Speedway Edition available for just 60 customers worldwide

Developed alongside the Lexus RC sports coupe, the RC F is one of the older models in the range, having been introduced 6 years ago. A more striking version of the RC, it has wider wheels and tyres, an active rear wing, air scoops, cooling ducts and customers can also choose a carbonfibre bodyshell. Only […]

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2020 Lexus LX570

2020 Lexus LX range joined by LX570 Sport

Lexus, like most carmakers, saw the SUV trend surging upwards in the 1990s and to quickly have a representative in the growing segment, it introduced the LX in 1995. Largely adapted from the Toyota Land Cruiser, a well-proven model, the LX had all the qualities of a Lexus, especially luxury, and also off-road capability. Meanwhile, […]

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Lexus Malaysia

Lexus Mutiara Damansara transferred to dealer to manage

Besides its Toyota branches around Malaysia, UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) is also transferring its Lexus retail operations to dealers. Although this may seem something new to Malaysians, dealers are usually the ones who manage retail outlets in other countries. It’s only in Malaysia that distributors have established their own branches to do retail as well […]

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