When it comes to finding out what a Lexus should cost, there's no one-size-fits-all answer — it really depends on the model and year. Generally speaking, Lexus cars tend to be on the higher end of the price range for luxury cars.
As a starting point, you can search for specific models on CarGurus.com. You'll see a range of estimated prices for that particular model. To get a good grasp of the market rate, it's best to look at a minimum of 3-4 sources such as CarGurus, Edmunds, and KBB to get an average of the asking price.
Besides the car’s model and year, there are also a few other factors to consider that can affect the price, including:
-Condition: Is it a used car or a certified pre-owned? How many miles are on it? Is it in good condition?
-Location: Where the car is located plays into its asking price, as does its availability.
-Options: Does it have all the bells and whistles? Features, such as a sunroof, power seats, navigation, etc. can add to the cost.
-Negotiation room: There is usually a disparity between the asking price and what someone is willing to pay. It pays to research the car’s market price and negotiate accordingly.
Overall, doing your research before you purchase is key. Ask lots of questions and make sure you know exactly what you’re getting for the price you’re paying. That way, you’ll have all the information you need to make an informed decision.