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The brand that is synonymous with luxury, Lexus is a spin-off of the world’s largest auto manufacturer Toyota, which they established in the 1980s. In order to take on the higher end of the US market, Toyota decided to create a new brand that focused on comfort and executive styling with modern technology to wow occupants. For some of the most popular models on sale right now you can find PDF versions of the official owner’s manuals on this page.

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When the ES first came to market in 1989 it was classed as a compact executive car. In 1991 it was quickly reclassed as a mid-size luxury/executive car. Sales of the car peaked during the 1990s but have never returned due to consumer tastes changing


Lexus' GX line is classed as a full-size luxury SUV that first entered production in 2002. Underneath the car is the Toyota 4Runner platform showing that the car is capable of going off-road unlike the rest of the Lexus SUV range


When Lexus introduced the IS during the late 1990s it attracted a more youthful audience with its sporty appeal. With the introduction of the third generation, the model heavily embraced hybrid technology ahead of the competition


The NX is the Japanese luxury automakers subcompact crossover SUV offering that first went on sale in 2014. It is built on the same platform as the Toyota RAV4 and Corolla. Most models on sale come with some form of hybrid drivetrain


When the RX first entered production in 1998 it was classed as a compact luxury crossover SUV. A redesign 5 years later saw the car grow into a mid-size crossover SUV classification and 2 years after that a hybrid upgrade in 2003


On the Lexus RZ owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.

About Lexus

A lot of the models that the company has released during its life have remained on the market, being redesigned each decade to appeal to the next generation of buyers.

Lexus is known for its futuristic technology and design paired with comfort features and available power under the foot.

The adoption of hybrid technology in the 2010s helped keep the brand (known for its gas-guzzling engines) relevant in a time of rising oil prices and the adoption of environmentally friendly attitudes by drivers.

The Lexus IS model has reigned from the late 1990s with what started as a more affordable model for the masses but quietly crept into becoming a smaller luxury high-priced car in their range. This was probably due to the fact that a budget model would be damaging to a luxury brand.

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