Saturday, January 5, 2019

Lexus Philippines Increases Prices Starting this Month


Following the lead of its mainstream brand, Toyota, Lexus has also moved to increase its retail price starting this month.

Overall, the increase isn’t that much—average just 1.55 percent across the board, however, when viewed in absolute values—the price has gone up anywhere from P 70,000 to P 180,000. The model with the highest increase is the LC 500 luxury grand tourer which sees its price go up P 380,000 (3.91 percent).

Curiously, not all models have gone up in price this time. Lexus’s entry-level hybrid model, the CT retains its price as does the RX mid-sized crossover.

You can check out the full Car Price Guide here or you can scroll down below to see how much Lexus models cost now.
  • LS 500h 4-seater (new model) – P 10,868,000
  • LS 500h 5-seater – P 9,258,000 (+ P 180,000)
  • LS 500 4-seater (new model) – P 11,118,000
  • LS 500 5-seater – P 9,268,000 (+ P 180,000)
  • LC 500 – P 9,708,000 (+ P 380,000)
  • GS F – P 7,678,000 (+ P 150,000)
  • GS 450h – P 4,888,000 (+ P 90,000)
  • GS 350 – P 5,228,000 (+ P 100,000)
  • RC F Carbon (returning model) – P 5,968,000
  • RC F – P 5,708,000 (same price)
  • RC 350 – P 3,898,000 (+ P 170,000)
  • ES 350 – P 4,388,000 (+ P 80,000)
  • IS 350 F Sport – P 3,378,000 (+ P 50,000)
  • IS 350 – P 2,838,000 (+ P 50,000)
  • CT200h F Sport – P 3,068,000 (same price)
  • CT200h – P 2,348,000 (same price)
  • LX 570 – P 8,548,000 (+ P 150,000)
  • GX 460 – P 5,528,000 (+ P 100,000)
  • RX 450h – P 4,948,000 (same price)
  • RX 350 F Sport – P 4,798,000 (same price)
  • RX 350 Premier – P 4,128,000 (same price)
  • NX 300h – P 3,598,000 (+ P 70,000)
  • NX 300 F Sport – P 3,628,000 (+ 70,000)
  • NX 300 – P 3,128,000 (+ P 70,000)
  • UX 200 F Sport – P 3,048,000 (same price)
  • UX 200 – P 2,478,000 (same price)

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