Established in Japan in 1989, Lexus, the upmarket division of Toyota, has been selling a range of high quality cars ever since.
Today, Lexus is taking its environmental impact seriously and makes hybrid versions of all its cars, including its award winning RX, which was the first premium hybrid SUV.
Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Lexus models, including the amount a driver can expect to pay for car insurance.These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background, age and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
As one of Lexus’ more affordable models, the CT is aimed at enticing younger drivers to the brand.
Considering how much kit you get as standard - electric door mirrors, climate control, Bluetooth and alloys - its running costs are low compared to many of its competitors.
It will cost you around £1,045* to insure if you’re aged between 26 and 35.
|Specification (11 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|S||1.8 Hybrid||17 - 19||A - D|
|SE||1.8 Hybrid||18 - 20||A - E|
|Advance||1.8 Hybrid||18 - 19||A - E|
|Luxury||1.8 Hybrid||17 - 20||A - E|
The GS is now fully hybrid, with no full petrol offerings, which could dramatically reduce car running costs.
The model comes with energy saving air-con, which uses sensors to see if the front passenger seat is being used or not, if not the system will close the vents which serve that seat. There’s also a mouse controlled multimedia screen.
On average, drivers aged 36 to 50 could get insurance for £934*.
|Specification (12 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|SE||2.5||31 - 33||B - K|
|Premier||2.5 - 3.5||28 - 42||C - H|
|Luxury||2.5 - 3.5||27 - 42||C - K|
|F-Sport||2.5 - 3.5||28 - 42||C - K|
Pitting itself in direct rivalry with the BMW 3 Series, the IS has the option of a hybrid engine, which could mean low running costs.
Insurance prices for 36 to 45 years olds could be £911* based on previous quotes.
|Specification (13 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Sport||2.0 - 2.5||28 - 37||B - H|
|SE||2.5||28 - 32||A - J|
|Premier||2.0 - 2.5||30 - 38||B - K|
|F-Sport||2.0 - 2.5||30 - 38||B - K|
Cars don't get much more luxurious than the LS - Lexus’ top of the range offering. It's the most expensive car the firm produces, with the cheapest model starting at over £100k new.
Depending on your personal circumstances, you could get insurance for around £887* if you’re aged between 31 and 50.
|Specification (07 - 17)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Standard trim||4.6 - 5.0||46 - 50||K - M|
|Premier||5.0||50||J - K|
The RX was the first premium hybrid SUV, It’s now in its third generation and has some pretty strong competition in the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLE and the Volvo XC90.
If you’re aged between 41 and 45 you could get insurance for around £727*, depending on your personal circumstances and driving history.
|Specification (16 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|SE||3.5||41||C - G|
|Luxury||3.5||36 - 41||D - J|
|S||3.5||34||I - J|
|Premier||3.5||42||D - G|
|F-Sport||3.5||37 - 41||D - J|
**All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk