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Yet another division from the Japan based automotive giant Toyota comes in form of Lexus. This is a luxury group of cars and has captured more than 70 countries. Lexus was founded in the year 1989 and has been steadfast till date.
Lexus Chief Engineer proudly says that “There is no such thing as impossible. It's just a matter of figuring out how”- Haruhiko Tanahashi. The brand clearly shouts - redefining luxury.
A highest quality of attention is given right from the design conception to dealership and from purchase to service. They claim having unique designs, class performance, and imaginative technologies. Their hallmark Takumi craftsmanship is like driving a new relationship between man and machine.
To start with the Indian Market, Lexus has ventured into 3 types of cars i.e., Sedan's, Suv's and Hybrid cars.
ES Model: ES model is a mid- size sedan and has an uncanny resemblance to Toyota's Camry. It also has a variant to it that is ES 300h. It produces 160PS of power and 233Nm of torque. It can go up to 0-100 in 8.5 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of 180 km/h.
LS Model.: This is a full-size sedan and is stated as pinnacle of luxury performance. The front grille is unique and beautifully designed. It has engine of 3456 cc and provides a mileage of 15.40 kmpl. It also has its variant as LS500h.
The Lexus NX Series
The NX has 2 versions,that is NX300h Luxury and NX300h F sport.
The Lexus RX Series
RX 450 h Luxury: The RX 450 h Luxury car produces a 308 bhp@6000 rpm and torque of 335 Nm@4600 rpm. It gives a mileage of 18.80 kmpl and can touch 0- 100 in 7.7 seconds. The maximum speed it can touch is 200 km/h. It comes with a hybrid drive where it is can draw power from both electric and petrol motors.
RX 450h F Sport: The power and performance of sport is as same as the RX 450h whereas the sport version does not have come with a hybrid drive.
The Lexus LX Series
This particular series had only one variant to it that is LX 450d. The LX comes with pure engine and does not have a petrol version to it. It can reach a maximum speed of 210 km/h and touch 0-100 in 8.6 seconds.
Other than the normal version of cars, it has special hybrid version and below models are available in it.
What happens if my Lexus car insurance is already expired?
Not renewing your policy on or before your policy expiry will have consequences to it such as:
Which add-ons should I look for when renewing my Lexus car insurance policy?
Below are the must haves add-ons for your Lexus car insurance policy or most recommended:
Road side assistance
A road side assistance is a must in case of any emergency. What if you get a flat tyre in the middle of a road or an accident? A road side assistance (RSA) will help you out in that case.
Is premium dependent on engine capacity? If yes, then how?
Higher the cubic capacity, higher are the changes of an un-certain situation like accident to take place. Hence the engine capacity plays a role in premium calculation.
What if I provided wrong information while buying Lexus car insurance?
In case if you happen to provide wrong information, the policy may stand null. Though changes can be done on those, at the discretion of the insurance company.
However not all insurance companies will agree and make changes, some may also ask to cancel the policy.
Note: To cancel a policy an alternate fresh and correct policy is required across all insurers
Whom should I buy/renew my Lexus car insurance, broker, agent or insurance company?
There are pros and cons if you buy policy from the below:
Pros: They are physically available in case of any help. However not all agents will be able to help you in case any claim arises.
Cons: Since agents get commission on target basis, they may sell you the most expensive policy and not the one which is tailor made for you.
2. Insurance Company
Pros: Most of the insurers have their toll free numbers. You can always contact them in case of any claim related issues or services related issues.
Cons: The insurance company will only have its own product, and you may not have the chance to compare the prices, services etc. with some other insurer.
Cons: Not all brokers are available 24/7 on the toll free numbers