If you are after a buyer for your Lexus then Motorway can help. From a small CT to a larger RX, we are able to buy any model. Whether your car is brand new or has already clocked over 50,000 miles, you can sell your car via Motorway.
The first thing we provide you with is an instant valuation so you can get an indicative price to sell your car. Enter your Lexus’ registration into our online car value calculator to get your price, then we will follow up to talk through some of the details of your car. We then instantly give you a guaranteed price to buy your car.
We can guarantee to get you a great quote for your vehicle and can offer a high premium for Lexus cars. Over the years Lexus has performed very consistently on both the global market and in the UK, with all used car models the brand has to offer selling for great rates. Latest cars like the CT 200h Sport and the NX 300h Luxury tend to fetch the highest prices. That said, we do all we can to present you with a great price, no matter the age of the vehicle, complete with a price match promise.
Our prices for Lexus cars are intended to compete with the fiercely contested online car buying and selling market. Our quotes are built to stand up to any offered to you by your local car dealer, as well as any you may have received from online services such as We Buy Any Car or Autotrader. Unlike other services, once a sale is agreed, we will come to collect your Lexus from anywhere in the UK, whether it be your workplace or your home address and follow up the collection with same day payment.
The 2016 lineup for Lexus represents a good balance of standard and sport options. For the compact market, the CT is the primary choice. The model is available in a few different flavours, with the 200h Sport and 200h F Sport being the most recently launched. Heading to mid-sized and saloon cars, the IS and LS ranges are both excellent four-door choices.
If it is a larger vehicle you are after with some room in the boot then the NX and RX are Lexus’ two SUV offerings. Finally, moving away from the solely luxury focused cars Lexus is known for, the RC and F models present two out and out sports cars, with new models for both ranges released in 2016.
2016 was a mixed year in terms of sales for Lexus. The company’s recently-launched ranges were the driving force for new sales. New registrations of the RC range, first introduced in 2014, have grown exponentially since then. The range more than tripled its sales figures from last year to reach a total of 647 cars sold in 2016. The NX model, launched in the same year, has also enjoyed a continued rise in sales. The NX overtook the CT range as Lexus’ best seller and also highlights where the brand seems to be heading in the UK.
As of 2016 there were 146,000 Lexus cars taxed and on the road in the UK with 200,000 expected by 2018.
Lexus is the luxury car division of Toyota. The Lexus branch of the Japanese manufacturer began life almost three decades ago with the launch of the LS in 1989. However, ironically, Lexus was not officially a brand in the Japanese market until 2005. The luxury aspect of Lexus was epitomized during the launch of the LS 400 in the early 1990 with the brand’s television advert debut. The ad for the vehicle featured champagne glasses stacked in a pyramid on the bonnet to emphasise the luxurious nature of the brand.
By 1991 Lexus had already introduced the SC 400 and its rival competitors were feeling the company’s presence in the luxury car market. In the US,Mercedes-Benz and BMW both saw sales drop 50%.
Two years later Lexus released the GS 300, a mid-sized sports sedan, as a cheaper alternative to the LS 400 and further increased the scope of their mass market appeal. Over the following five years the company launched a host of new cars including the LX 450, the RX300 SUV, the GS 400 and the third generation of the ES 300. By the turn of the new millennium Lexus was well and truly established as on the main luxury cars manufacturers in the world.
Below we have listed some of the most recent Lexus models sold via Motorway, however we can buy older Lexus models too:
We can help you sell all Lexus saloon cars, sports cars, SUVs and crossovers.