Lexus proves that technologically-advanced luxury vehicles can also be very reliable. In fact, every model has average or better predicted reliability, according to our survey. Interiors are mostly well-finished; the engines are smooth and fairly powerful; and hybrid models are very fuel efficient. New models have a sportier character, sometimes at odds with the legacy Lexus virtues of luxury. Performance varies in our road tests. Some cars, like the IS and LS sedans, disappoint.
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