As such, they get the reliable mechanical underpinnings from the Toyota stable, and stylish exterior looks from the Lexus designers.
Their interiors are also on par with luxury European competitors, with full-leather upholsteries and cutting-edge infotainment systems across the ranges.
As a result, starting prices for a Lexus tend to lean towards the more expensive end of the spectrum.
A demo model can therefore be great way to introduce yourself to the brand, as these vehicles are usually low-mileage and packed with multiple features as standard.
Lexus demos in South Africa
While there are dozens of Lexus dealerships dotted around South Africa where you can buy new and used Lexus vehicles, there are few demos available.
To see what was on offer, we focussed on SUVs from the brand with few kilometres on them and a model year not older than 2020.
Below, we have listed a demo from each SUV model range that we found on the local market.
A link to the relevant demo vehicle advertisement has also been included – along with the price and specifications of the new variant for comparison purposes.
You can see all the new Lexus vehicles available in South Africa on TopAuto Car Prices.