LEXUS Lease Deals

Lexus - Tilsun Car Leasing provides leasing options for a fantastic range of brand-new LEXUS vehicles. See below for our full range.


Top LEXUS Deals

LEXUS RX ESTATE

450h+ 2.5 F-Sport Design 5dr E-CVT

Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

5K miles/annum £6,078.46 Initial Rental

£675.38 inc VAT /month
24 months

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LEXUS RZ ELECTRIC ESTATE

450e 230kW Direct4 71.4 kWh 5dr Auto [Premium +]

Electric | Automatic

5K miles/annum £5,815.94 Initial Rental

£646.22 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS NX ESTATE

450h+ 2.5 F-Sport 5dr E-CVT [Takumi-k Pk/Sunroof]

Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

5K miles/annum £5,286.39 Initial Rental

£587.38 inc VAT /month
36 months

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LEXUS UX ELECTRIC HATCHBACK

300e 150kW 72.8 kWh 5dr E-CVT

Electric | Automatic

8K miles/annum £4,656.27 Initial Rental

£517.36 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS ES SALOON

300h 2.5 4dr CVT Premium Edition

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

8K miles/annum £4,080.53 Initial Rental

£453.39 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS LBX HATCHBACK

1.5 Takumi Design 5dr E-CVT

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

8K miles/annum £4,571.07 Initial Rental

£507.90 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS LM ESTATE

350h 2.5 5dr E-CVT 2WD

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

8K miles/annum £12,258.82 Initial Rental

£1,362.09 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS LC COUPE

500h 3.5 Regatta Inspiration 2dr Auto

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

20K miles/annum £17,239.79 Initial Rental

£1,915.53 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS RC F COUPE SPECIAL EDITION

5.0 Takumi Edition 2dr Auto

Petrol | Automatic

20K miles/annum £14,301.87 Initial Rental

£1,589.10 inc VAT /month
48 months

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LEXUS LS SALOON

500h 3.5 [359] Takumi 4dr CVT Auto [Nishijin/Haku]

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

20K miles/annum £21,344.12 Initial Rental

£2,371.57 inc VAT /month
48 months

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Lexus

Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Toyota. The brand was founded in 1989 and is Japan’s largest-selling range of premium cars.[3]

In 1983 Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda challenged Toyota to build the world's best car; the project named F1 (Flagship One) developed the Lexus LS400. 

Voluntary export restraints in the 1980 s with the USA allowed Japan’s Motor Manufacturers to sell luxury cars to the American market.

Honda, Mazda, and Nissan all produced premium brands. Toyota took a step back and researched the American luxury car market; Toyota’s market research concluded that a separate brand and sales channel was needed to present its new car.

Toyota brought a large team of leading marketing companies together to find the name for this new car; eventually, they settled on Lexus on the LS400, which debuted at the American International Auto Show in Detroit in 1989; later in the year, the first vehicles were sold.[5]

The Lexus LS400

Enhanced its reputation in the motoring press; the car was praised for its quietness, well-appointed and ergonomic interior, engine performance, build quality, aerodynamics, fuel economy and value for money.

In 1990 Lexus launched into the United Kingdom, and its famous advert of a 50 pence piece balanced on the V8 four-litre engine was part of its successful marketing strategy. The success was soon followed by the ES300 saloon and the Lexus SC400 Grand Tourer.

1996 Lexus launched its first sports utility vehicle, the LX450, on the crossover SUV RX300 in 1998 along with the Lexus IS200; with its straight-six, 2-litre engine, and iconic circular “Altezza” lights, [4] This car took the small compact executive car market by storm.

Electric

The Lexus UX300e is the smallest crossover model in the Lexus line-up; Lexus describes it as a” bold and stylish design that blends expressive bodywork with a compact size”. *

With a luxurious well-specified interior,  Lexus claims the  54.3 kWh lithium-ion battery range on a full charge is 249* miles.

Plug-In-Hybrid (PHEV)

The Lexus NX 450H+ uses a conventional petrol engine and electric motor powered by a battery that can be recharged through the hybrid system or by connecting to an electricity supply; the large battery gives the NX 450H a range of 40* miles in pure EV mode.

With a plug-in hybrid, there are two power sources: a conventional petrol engine and a rechargeable electric battery. 

It can perform as an electric car when fully charged by selecting EV mode as the battery depletes. It combines the petrol engine with Lexus’s self-charging hybrid technology and uses whatever power source for the best efficiency.

Self-Charging Hybrid

With a self-charging hybrid, the moment you turn on the engine, the Lexus self-charging hybrid will be ready without any need to plug in or overnight charge.

Lexus self-charging hybrids have two power sources: a petrol engine and an electric battery; as you drive the car, it combines the petrol and electric power, seamlessly switching between the two.

Most of the time, while driving, the battery is charging, and when you slow down or stop, the regenerative braking system recovers even more energy. Lexus self-charging hybrids never need to be plugged in.

The self-charging range from Lexus includes the UX 250 H Hybrid SUV is the most compact SUV in the range; it comes with a 2-litre petrol hybrid engine. Four trim levels are available as two-wheel drive or 4x4, and fuel consumption ranges between 46 and 53* mpg depending on the model variant.

The ES 300h hybrid

is a sleek luxury saloon which comes with a 2.5-litre hybrid petrol engine giving 51 to 53* mpg fuel consumption. There are four model trims to choose from: the E S Premium Edition, E S Premium Pack, the F Sport and the top-of-range Takumi.

RX hybrid SUV is Lexus’s largest five-seat SUV with a 3.5-litre petrol engine. This all-wheel drive automatic-only luxury SUV has four trim levels.

 The entry-level RX Premium gives you 20” alloy wheels, a 12.3 “touchscreen multimedia display, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto® intelligent front and rear parking sensors, 2-way power lumbar support for the driver and smart keyless entry. The RX also comes with the Lexus safety system, which includes a pre-collision system, dynamic radar cruise control, roadside assist lane, tracing assist and automatic high beam.

The flagship coupé LC 500H

Comes with a 3.5-litre hybrid petrol engine and 2 electric motors with a combined output of 354bhp and 34.8mpg. *

Powered by Lexus multi-stage hybrid [2], the LC500H revolutionises how hybrids perform. The V6 3.5 litre engine offers incredible linear acceleration using a continual variable transmission [1} (CVT) 10-speed electronic gearbox.

There is an optional 5.0litre V8 471bhp version available with a claimed 0-60mph in 3.0 seconds [6] and an LC 500 (Petrol) Convertible 

The range completes with a luxurious LS500H saloon available in two or four-wheel drive.

Lexus aims to offer electrified versions of all its models by 2025.

Lexus is a progressive brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Lexus i is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering for the price.

One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Lexus models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best Tilsun Leasing PCH deals.



[1] Continuously variable transmission. (2022, October 26). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuously_variable_transmission

[2] Lexus LC. (2022, October 11). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexus_LC

[3] http://interbrand.com/Libraries/Files/-1_Japan_BGB2009_pdf.sflb.ashx

[4] Lexus IS. (2022, October 13). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexus_IS#XE10

[5] Lexus. (2022, October 26). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexus

 [6] Lexus LC. (2022, October 11). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexus_LC

* Lexus Website 2022

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