2017 Lexus Ratings, Reviews and Awards

One of Lexus’ biggest pieces of news in 2017 wasn’t so much about any of its updates for that year, but instead, its announcement of the all-new LC for the 2018 model year. Still, the brand kept customers happy since then by making some modest tweaks to the current lineup, save for a few models that went mostly unchanged. Lexus made smartphone integration standard this year for the NX, and also took away its front-wheel-drive configurations for its hybrid trim. The IS underwent some style changes with a touched-up front and rear end featuring new bumpers and taillights, while new standard LED headlights were a welcome inclusion. Possibly the most significant overhaul was in the GS, Lexus’ luxury sports sedan, which received a new paint option, standard navigation, and the Lexus Safety System+ packed with active driver assistance technology, like dynamic radar cruise control and lane keeping.
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2017 Lexus models
CT
$32,245
MSRP
42 MPG
COMBINED
$32,245
MSRP
42 MPG
COMBINED
ES
$39,895 - $42,815
MSRP
25 - 40 MPG
COMBINED
$39,895 - $42,815
MSRP
25 - 40 MPG
COMBINED
GS
$47,305 - $69,675
MSRP
22 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
$47,305 - $69,675
MSRP
22 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
GS F
$84,935
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
$84,935
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
GX
$52,675 - $64,375
MSRP
16 MPG
COMBINED
$52,675 - $64,375
MSRP
16 MPG
COMBINED
IS
$38,820 - $44,530
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$38,820 - $44,530
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
LS
$73,515 - $83,300
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
$73,515 - $83,300
MSRP
19 - 20 MPG
COMBINED
LX
$91,075
MSRP
15 MPG
COMBINED
$91,075
MSRP
15 MPG
COMBINED
NX
$36,280 - $40,715
MSRP
24 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
$36,280 - $40,715
MSRP
24 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
RC
$41,150 - $46,170
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$41,150 - $46,170
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
RC F
$65,160
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
$65,160
MSRP
20 MPG
COMBINED
RX
$44,215 - $57,490
MSRP
22 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$44,215 - $57,490
MSRP
22 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
One of Lexus’ biggest pieces of news in 2017 wasn’t so much about any of its updates for that year, but instead, its announcement of the all-new LC for the 2018 model year. Still, the brand kept customers happy since then by making some modest tweaks to the current lineup, save for a few models that went mostly unchanged. Lexus made smartphone integration standard this year for the NX, and also took away its front-wheel-drive configurations for its hybrid trim. The IS underwent some style changes with a touched-up front and rear end featuring new bumpers and taillights, while new standard LED headlights were a welcome inclusion. Possibly the most significant overhaul was in the GS, Lexus’ luxury sports sedan, which received a new paint option, standard navigation, and the Lexus Safety System+ packed with active driver assistance technology, like dynamic radar cruise control and lane keeping.
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