Another quality study by Consumer Reports and another win by Lexus and Toyota in the number one and two spots, yawn, so what else is new?
This week an unexpected letter and check arrived in my mail box. It was my payment from the Toyota Economic Loss Settlement Administrator.
Just how far vehicle safety has come in the past ten years was displayed in dramatic fashion this past week when an elderly woman drove her Lexus RX 350 off the fourth floor of a parking garage.
Lexus has released its full pricing now for the 2015 NX 200t and NX 300h compact, premium crossover line.
Not all car companies name their cars with any special meaning.
Lexus and Toyota winning the top slots on a quality list is a “Dog bites man” story. However, reporting on Lexus is my job, and I love it.
Cars that can spy on valets, your kids, your wife, your girlfriend, or both who drive your car are now all the rage.
OK, look down at the comments under the story or in the section on FB where you found this story. See all those folks calling me dumb for testing a coupe vs. a sedan?
This past week I had the opportunity to track both the 2015 Lexus RC F and the RC 350.
This week Lexus brought automotive journalists from around the world together in Nashville to sample the 2015 NX 200t. This is a new model for Lexus, and we took careful notes on the vehicle.
This past week I had the pleasure of meeting Steve Lang at a Lexus product launch event. Steve is a guy that I find hard to pin a label on. He owns a used car dealership.
The 2015 Lexus RC F is a V8 powered track beast that can also coddle you on a commute.
I have just finished two days of learning about and testing the new RC line of rear-drive performance coupes from Lexus and the upshot is that these cars are going to change the reputation of Lexus