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Lexus is the luxury arm of Toyota group and has been offering its cars in the Indian market for a long time now. While most of the products from Lexus have been full imports, the Japanese carmaker has started offering the locally-assembled ES300h in the Indian market. Here is the Lexus cars price in India with a brief look at the variants and features on offer.


Lexus Cars price in India

Lexus India is currently offering the ES, LS, NX, RX, LX and the LC with various variants. Let’s start with the locally assembled ES series sedan.


Lexus ES Sedan - Rs 56.65 - 61.85 Lakh



Lexus ES sedan is the most affordable Lexus money can buy. The cherry on the top is the local assembly that has allowed Lexus to price it affordably. Powering the Lexus ES is a 2.5-litre direct-injection petrol engine that, coupled with an electric motor, puts out 241Hp. It does 0-100 km/h in 8.9 seconds and comes with a claimed fuel economy of 22.6 km/l.


In terms of features, the ES offers a hands-free tailgate, multiple airbags, digital driver’s display, touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, rear reclining seats and a lot more. Lexus offers the ES in two variants - Exquisite and Luxury and the range starts from Rs 56.65 lakh and goes to Rs 61.85 lakh ex-showroom.


Lexus LS Sedan - Rs 1.91 Crore



In terms of features, the Lexus LS500h offers a handcrafted cabin with captain chairs for the back, drive modes, digital instrument cluster, 14 SRS airbags, smart infotainment with impressive connectivity features and more. As we stated earlier, the LS Sedan is priced at Rs 1.91 crore and is offered in a fully kitted out variant only.


Lexus NX - Rs 58.20 - 63.63 Lakh



Lexus NX is the smallest Lexus crossover in the market and offers impressive styling. It shares its engine with the ES, gets the same 2.5-litre petrol engine mated to a self-charging electric motor. It does 0-100 km/h in 9.2 seconds and offers a claimed fuel efficiency of 17.2 km/l.


In terms of features, the NX offers a panoramic view parking camera, panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, high-res touchscreen infotainment display with Apple Car Play, electric tailgate and a lot more. Lexus offers the NX in three variants - Exquisite, Luxury and F Sport. The range starts from Rs 58.20 Lakh and goes to Rs 63.63 lakh ex-showroom.


Lexus RX - Rs 1.09 Crore



Lexus RX is the stylish 7-seater coupe SUV from the Japanese carmaker. It shares its powertrain with the LS, gets a 3.5-litre direct-injection V6 petrol engine that puts out 360Hp, thanks to twin self-charging electric motors. It does 0-100 km/h in 8 seconds and offers a claimed fuel economy of 12 km/l.


Coming to its features, the RX offers electric folding last row seats, touchscreen infotainment with Apple Car Play and Android Auto, third-row climate control, LED headlights, digital instrument cluster, wireless charging and a lot more. Lexus offers the RX in a sole 450hL trim that is priced at Rs 1.09 crore ex-showroom.


Lexus LC Couple - Rs 2.09 Crore



Lexus LC is the flagship sports car from the brand and it was launched in the Indian market last year. It comes powered with a 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine and a powerful self-charging electric motor. Combined, it offers 360Hp and does 0-100 km/h in 5 seconds while managing a claimed fuel efficiency of 12.3 km/l.


Coming to the features on offer, we get a digital instrument cluster, 8 airbags, electric front seats, touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Car Play and more. Lexus LC is offered in a sole 500h variant that is priced at Rs 2.09 crore ex-showroom.
Here were the Lexus cars price in India with a brief overview of the variants and features on offer. Lexus will also launch the new LX in the Indian market soon that has already made its global debut earlier this year. If you found this article informative, make sure to check out other interesting reads on the Carorbis Blog and also read 2022 Kia Carens Unveiled – Everything You Need to Know


Amit Saraswat

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently handling content at Carorbis.

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