How to choose the best Lexus for you
Toyota has released its 2017 Lexus range to the public, and it is one of the most popular cars on the market.
It has been the most talked about car for the past few months, and that is due in part to the fact that the Japanese automaker has had a few surprises in store for buyers.
There are a number of things that Toyota is doing with the range, and one of them is that it has introduced two different versions of the Lexus.
The first, the ES-class, is the standard Lexus model.
The second, the Touring, is a higher-spec version of the model that is available with a manual transmission.
These two new Lexus models are going to go on sale in India on August 10.
Here is how to choose one of these models to get the most out of the new Lexuses.
What to expect when you buy a Lexus: Toyota’s new ES-Class (right) and Touring (left) models have a higher capacity than the previous model, which is a big deal.
Toyota’s 2017 Lexuses have a bigger powertrain and more torque than the first generation, but the new ES and Tour editions are the highest-capacity models on the road.
They also have a larger amount of space and a wider track than the Tour and ES models.
The two new models are priced between Rs 13,000 and Rs 15,000 (approximately $200 and $400), depending on the model.
However, if you are planning on buying a new LexUS and have a few hundred thousand dollars to spare, then you can opt for the Tour model.
It will cost you Rs 15.25 lakh (approximately Rs 26,000).
The new Lexis Tour model has a more spacious interior than the ES, and has more room in the cabin.
Toyota also introduced a new audio system, a bigger infotainment system, and an all-new infotactics.
These changes will add to the appeal of the ES model, but also make the new models feel like a more expensive option than the one you could buy previously.
The new ES models are available in two trim levels.
The base model has the Tour trim, which includes the basic ES, Touring and ES Sport trim levels, as well as a Navigation system, Bluetooth, and Android 6.0.
The Tour model is the premium model with a bigger amount of room in every trim level, as it comes with a Premium Tour edition, which comes with four seats, and a bigger rear wing.
The more expensive Sport trim comes with two seats, a Navigation screen, Bluetooth and Android.
The top model comes with six seats, Navigation screen and Bluetooth, but it also comes with an optional all-wheel drive system.
This model also comes in four trim levels: Tour, Tour and Tour Tour, which will give you a bit more space in the driver’s seat and also has more powertrain options.
However it has the same price as the standard ES trim.
The basic Tour trim is priced between £21,000 ($28,000) and £23,000 (£28,500), while the Tour Tour model comes at around £26,000.
Toyota has introduced three new variants of the Tour.
The standard Tour is priced at around Rs 24,000, while the Premium Tour is around Rs 27,000 for the base model and Rs 30,000 with a rear wing option.
The latter is the one that is going to be the most affordable.
The premium Tour model costs Rs 29,000 while the base Tour is Rs 35,000 on the same model.
For the base price, you get an all electric motor, a 20 kWh battery, rear-view camera, a 6.3-inch touchscreen, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a heated steering wheel and a touchscreen with Google Maps navigation.
The Premium Tour model starts at Rs 41,000 at the base and goes up to Rs 55,000 when you add the front airbags and heated seats.
The all-electric motor comes with eight-speed automatic transmission, a six-speed manual transmission, an electric power steering, a 16-inch touch screen display, an automatic cruise control, a rearview camera and an electric parking brake.
The Sport Tour model gets an electric motor at Rs 39,000 after the base prices, but you get a 12-speed auto with a six speed manual transmission as well.
The most affordable Sport model starts with Rs 44,000 depending on its trim level.
Toyota is also launching its Touring variant.
This is the higher-capacity model, with the same amount of seating as the base version, and the Tour edition is going for Rs 57,000 in India.
Toyota introduced two new versions of this trim level in India last year, with a Touring model costing Rs 55.00, and Premium Touring costing Rs 65.00