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It may be less bland than the original, but the second-generation GS was not a thing of beauty. However, it's a paragon of reliability, with major problems unlikely to crop up unless the car is totally abused and neglected. Satisfying to own, the GS is no sports saloon; it's beaten for driving pleasure by most of its key rivals. You'll struggle to find a more serene drive at the money though.
Not everyone wants their compact executive car to be built in Germany, but there are few alternatives. This is perhaps the only credible one - and it's a cracker. While the refinement and handling aren't on a par with the class-leading BMW 3-Series, equipment levels aren't as miserly and it sounds great. It's as reliable as you'd expect a Lexus to be, although running costs can be on the high side. The pick of the bunch is a manual IS200 with sat-nav; choose from saloon or Sport Cross models, the latter being discreet and practical, if rather hard to find.
It may be the new kid on the block in the luxury car arena, but that hasn't stopped this Toyota offshoot from quickly gaining a seriously enviable reputation for superlative quality. With unsurpassed reliability, astonishing equipment levels and peerless dealer service, owning a Lexus is guaranteed to be painless. Even better, thanks to heavy depreciation, you can get into an LS430 for less than you'd think - it's just running the thing that might cripple you financially...
An environmentally friendly SUV may seem like a contradiction in terms, but that's exactly what Lexus set out to create when it introduced the second-generation RX in hybrid form only - although a regular petrol-powered edition soon followed. As with any Lexus you can expect peerless build quality, superb dealer service and a somewhat detached driving experience. So while this isn't one for the enthusiast, if you're looking for a painless (but costly) ownership experience, it could be just the ticket.
If you want limo-like comfort as you waft along several feet above everyone else, few SUVs do the job as well as the RX300 - just don't ever take one off the road. With peerless build quality and gadgets galore, the RX impresses easily, but it's relatively costly to run, especially as there's petrol power only. You'll also pay heavily for the servicing, but at least Lexus dealers are better than just about all their rivals. In short, the RX is superb, but you pay for the privilege of owning one.
The Lexus SC430 came and went, and nobody noticed. On sale in the UK for almost a decade, the SC430 is one of those cars that never made an impact, despite being very desirable for a number of reasons. While it was no looker and it left driving enthusiasts cold, the SC430 featured that legendary Lexus build quality and reliability, with silky smooth performance and surprising usability. Used values are now on the floor, ensuring Lexus' first coupe-cabrio is well worth a look if you want something quirky for the summer.