Lexus Brochures and Sales Catalogs

Lexus literatureThe Lexus brand is a luxury division of Toyota that came to being in the late 1980s. Toyota was successful and growing around the world when they decided it was time to launch a luxury division. The Toyota chairman ta the time issued a challenge to build the world’s best car. After much vehicle and market research the Lexus luxury division of Toyota was formed. Lexus built many prototypes and concept vehicles for test and formally launched Lexus for the U.S. market with two models the LS400 and ES250. These Lexus cars unveiled in 1989 for the 1990 model year. Lexus brochures and sales literature followed shortly thereafter.

The Lexus LS400 was a success with the industry experts, critics and the American public. The LS400 was powered by a well-built V-8 engine and loaded with luxury features both inside and out. The Lexus was comparable higher priced European luxury brands at a lower overall cost to own. The LS 400 was hit along with the Lexus ES250. It didn’t take long and Lexus was built their luxury vehicles for the Canadian, Australian and United Kingdom markets including Lexus brochures.

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Lexus grew quickly and after only a few years they expanded the line to include the SC300 and SC400 coupe and the GS300, which was the Lexus brands first luxury performance car. By the end of the 1990s Lexus launched more models to round out the line that included SUVs that included the LX45, LX470 and the RX300. Lexus had already sold over one million vehicles in the United States alone. Lexus was hot and for all the right reasons. Check out the Lexus brochures and sales literature below and you will understand why Lexus is hot.

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The Lexus was the luxury car of choice and they continued to innovate and built a quality line of luxury automobiles. In 2005 the Lexus was so popular that they actually started selling the brand in Japan, which was first for any Japanese automaker. Honda had launched the Acura brand and Nissan launched their Infiniti line of luxury vehicles, but the Lexus was still the king of luxury automobile by a Japanese automaker. The Lexus continues year after year to come out on the top of the list for quality, reliability, dependability and comfort. Lexus also introduced what is called a super car in 2011, Lexus LFA that continues to sell out every year because it builds only 500 a year at a price of more than a half million dollars each. See the Lexus brochures and PDF sales catalogs for yourself.

Lexus Brochures and PDF Sales Literature

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