The luxury brand was one of the first carmakers to invest in a high-grade sound system for its cars. Apparently, the sound is a very important feature for this brand. So much, that Yamaha has designed the cabin of some of its coolest cars in town.
Guess who sells more hybrid vehicles than any other brand? Lexus does. The best-selling hybrid from the carmaker is the Lexus RX 400h/RX 450h, with 335,000 units sold around the world as of last year.
Since 2002, Lexus has positioned itself in the top ratings for reliability and loyalty in the luxury cars’ category for Auto Express, Top Gear, J.D. Power, and Luxury Institute.
In the beginning, Lexus attracted customers from the non-luxury category for its image of high-quality, but lower pricing than the other makes. Little by little, it started to acquire a following, and now its cars can surpass the $100k super-luxury standards. Not cheap anymore.
And, the number one selling line of luxury cars in the United States is….Lexus! Starting prices for all model run between $33,000 for the IS 250 and $77,000 for the LX 570 SUV. This marque stands at the most coveted place of all automobile brands.
Major Surprise! Lexus holds the third-to-last position at the “most expensive cars to maintain” list. Meaning that even though it’s a luxury car with many awards under its arm, it’s designed so well, that maintenance is not an issue.