There’s a good case to be made for the base model. It uses the same 2.0-liter engine as the rest of the non-hybrid range, so it has similar performance figures. Since Lexus adds a lot of kit as standard, there’s no reason to go any higher up the range if you can’t afford it. It has a generous amount of luxury kit, as well as advanced driver assistance features. Blind-spot assist and rear cross-traffic alert are also standard from this year. Add in the dual-zone climate control, a decent infotainment system, dual-zone climate control, and eight-way power-adjustable seats, and you have all the car you need and more.
Rear Bumper Applique, Key Gloves, Alloy Wheel Locks, Carpet Cargo Mat, (PPO) *PRICE TO FOLLOW*
Key Gloves, Alloy Wheel Locks, Carpet Cargo Mat, (PPO) *PRICE TO FOLLOW*
Driver & Passenger Seat Ventilation, Washi Instrument Panel, Driver & Passenger Seat Heater, Rain Sensor Windshield Wipers, Power Tilt & Slide Moonroof/Sunroof