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Lexus vehicles become costlier in India, the company increased the prices of cars by 3.2%

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Luxury car maker Lexus India has announced a price hike across its product range. Lexus will increase the prices of its hybrid electric models – LC 500h, LS 500h, NX 350h and ES 300h – by up to 3.2% due to increase in input costs and the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations. This change has come into effect from 1 January 2023.

Lexus LC 500h

variant worth
sport+ Rs 2,29,20,000

Lexus LS 500h

variant worth
Nishijin / Kiriko Rs 2,26,79,000
Ultra-Luxury Rs 2,01,43,000
luxury Rs 1,95,52,000

Lexus NX 350h

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variant worth
Fsport Rs 73,10,000
luxury Rs 70,96,000
Exquisite Rs 66,30,000

Lexus ES 300h

variant worth
luxury Rs 67,90,000
Exquisite Rs 61,60,000

Speaking on the occasion, Naveen Soni, President, Lexus India said, “We will continue to provide value to our guests through amazing Lexus experiences during the period of their ownership and with our dedication to building a better tomorrow . This price hike has been impacted due to rising input costs and currency fluctuations. While Lexus India will continue to offer unmatched experiences through the Lexus Life programme, it has kept the impact of the price hike as minimal as possible for its discerning guests.

Lexus currently offers a wide range of hybrid electric vehicles including the LC 500h, LS 500h, NX 350h, ES 300h and the all-new RX, which will be unveiled at the Delhi Motor Show on January 23 for the dynamic Indian market. Lexus India will continue to live up to the spirit of Omotenashi and provide exemplary quality and craftsmanship to its guests across India.

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