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Lexus, pronounced “lek-suhs”, is a Japanese luxury automaker created by Toyota to compete with Honda and Nissan making its own luxury brands. Lexus strives for perfection in every car they make. Its aerodynamic body type, luxury interior, and safety features make Lexus the perfect car to lease if you’re looking for an affordable luxury vehicle. Most new Lexus cars cost around $30,000-40,000. You can get a used Lexus for around $13,000. Monthly payments to lease a Lexus average about $300-400.

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While there are many different car dealerships to choose from, only a few offer Lexus lease. For many people, this would mean having to drive quite a distance to look through a dealer’s lot to see the luxury vehicles they want. Even for those dealerships that do carry higher end cars, trucks, minivans and other vehicles, they don’t always have all the models on the lot at any given time, which can make it very difficult to choose the right option.

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Here at eAutoLease.com, however, we have every type of car you can imagine all in one place. Our online showroom is quick and convenient for looking through all the vehicles you want to lease including Lexus, without having to travel to see them. You can take your time and shop for the car of your dreams without having to worry about whether a particular make or model is available, or having to settle for getting the vehicle with only the features that happen to be available on the lot.
While an online auto dealership may sound odd at first, you’ll quickly see that it is actually the smartest way to lease your Lexus. Rather than traveling to see the vehicles, the vehicles come to you. First, they come to you through your computer, tablet or smart phone. When you’re ready get the Lexus lease, the vehicle will literally come to you. This is because we deliver the vehicles right to our customers who lease them. This makes it far easier than having to worry about how you’ll pick it up. Another benefit of shopping on eAutoLease.com is that you can save a significant amount of money. We offer an unbeatable Lexus lease deals. We are the Best Rated Leasing Company in US (according to cars.com)!!!

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If you’re ready to lease a new Lexus or any other type of vehicle, we are here to help you through the process. We can be easily reached by calling 718-871-CARS (2277) and speaking with one of our helpful sales professionals. They will work with you to identify the exact vehicle you want, get you any financing that is needed, and complete the lease more quickly and easily than you would expect. We’ve been helping our customers get the best deals on the best vehicles available so please reach out to us with any questions you might have. Even if you’re only beginning your vehicle search, we can help you to get exactly what you need quickly and easily.

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Who Owns Lexus?

Toyota Motor Group owns Lexus. Lexus was created specifically to market to U.S. consumers. It was made around the same time Honda made Acura and Nissan made Infinity. Lexus designers did extensive research on the American lifestyle to build the perfect car for upper-class Americans.

Where is Lexus Made?

Most Lexus cars for American consumption are made in Japan. However, some are made in other parts of the world. The Lexus ES is produced in Lexington, Kentucky. The RX and the RX Hybrid are made in Cambridge Ontario. The GS, GS Hybrid, GS F are made in Motomachi, Japan. The LS, LS Hybrid, IS, GX, LX, RC, RC F are made in Tahara, Japan. The ES, ES Hybrid, IS, RX, CT Hybrid, NX, NX Hybrid, and UX are all made in Kyushu, Japan.

What is the History of Lexus?

In 1983, Toyota owner Eiji Toyoda set out to make the best car in the world. The development of the Lexus LS 400 began. In 1985, Toyota began doing research on American cars and lifestyles, even renting a house in Laguna Beach, California to observe how the upper class lives. They concluded that they need a separate brand to market to the U.S and Lexus was born.

The LS 400 was received well being praised for its quietness, fuel efficiency, engine performance, and beautiful interior. However, one consumer complained of defective wiring and overheating brake light. Lexus issued a recall of all LS 400 vehicles. Lexus picked up, repaired, and returned all LS 400 free of charge. This immediately won Lexus a reputation for incredible customer service. The LS 400 and ES 250 sold amazingly.

In 1990 Lexus released its first sports coupe the SC 400 which had a V8 engine and an all-wheel drive. In 1991, Lexus became the top-selling luxury import car. It was also the highest-ranked in reliability by J.D. Power & Associates.

In 2005 Lexus began globalizing and expanding its market outside of the U.S. Lexus began marketing its cars in Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea where it became the top-selling car make and in the Middle East where it took second place in sales.

In the 2010s Lexus began making hybrids to stay on top of its competition. In 2020 it launched its first fully electric vehicle. In 2021, Lexus plans to begin selling its cars in Mexico.

What Does the Lexus Logo Stand For?

The Lexus logo is elegant and easily recognizable- an “L” in a metallic gray circle. Gray represents creativity, sophistication, and perfection. Lexus went with a curved “L” to represent the “the rounded, aerodynamic quality of Lexus vehicles”

What Are Some Lexus Key Features?

New 2020 Lexus models offer drivers Torque Vectoring Differential, putting more control in the hands of the driver. 2020 models also have a Dynamic Gauge Cluster with easy to read LED display allowing you to display data important for you. Lexus also offers the new Brembo Brakes, 17 premium Mark Levinson surround sound speakers, and a 12.3-inch split-screen color display.

In terms of safety, the new Lexus offers some noteworthy features. The Smart Stop Technology reduces engine power when the brake and accelerator are pushed at the same time. Lexus has 10 airbags that sense an adult, child, or empty passenger seat and deploys the appropriate airbags for each passenger. The Lexus body has specified crumple zones that compress at a calculated rate to hinder the impact of the collision. With the Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, you can switch lanes and park without worry.

Does Lexus Make Hybrid Cars?

Lexus has an incredible 7 hybrid cars to choose from. In 2005 Lexus came out with the RX 400h, in 2006 with the GS 450h, and has continued making hybrids ever since. The Lexus ES 300h has a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle 4-cylinder gas engine combined with an electric motor to generate 200 horsepower.

The GS 450h, Lexus’ second hybrid car, has a 3.5-liter V6 along with an electric motor to give you 338 horsepower and go 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds. The sport version of this car has bigger wheels, sport adaptive variable suspension, 4-wheel steering, and exterior/interior styling enhancements.

The Lexus LC 500h is a sportier and more luxurious hybrid option with 3.5-liter Atkinson-cycle V6 and two electric motors/generators. The 4-speed transmission optimizes the V6’s performance and power. The LC 500h goes 0 to 60 in just 4.7 seconds.

The Lexus LS 500h is the first full-size hybrid luxury sedan. With the LS 500h, drivers have an option for rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The 4-speed automatic gear shift gives you the sensation of gears shifting when using paddle shifters in manual mode.

The Lexus UX 250h has a 2-liter gas engine and two electric motors giving you 174 horsepower. AWD is standard in the UX 250h. The UX 250h was build to take on busy city roads with precise handling is and compact size. This hybrid is also packed with safety features like a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, all-speed dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, lane tracing assist, road sign assist, and intelligent high-beam headlamps.

The NX 300h has a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle 4-cylinder engine along with an electric motor. Although it takes 9.1 seconds to go from 0 to 60, the NX 300h has standard AWD, 33 MPG, and great legroom for taller adults.

The RX 450h, the Lexus hybrid that started it all, is now sportier with a longer wheelbase. The RX 450h has a 3.5-liter Atkinson-cycle V6 and two high-torque electric-driver motors giving drivers 308 horsepower and goes 0 to 60 in 7.9 seconds.

How Long Does it Take to Get a Lexus?

When you special order a new 2020 Lexus you can expect to get the car in about 2 to 3 months. Most Lexus models are made in Japan and it takes about 30 hours to build a Lexus car. Then you need to consider shipping from the factory that makes your Lexus of choice to your city.