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Lexus LM Car News in the Philippines

  • A new generation of opulence: Lexus LM launches in the Philippines, starts at P7.578M

    Lexus Philippines has just launched the 2024 Lexus LM as its new generation of luxury MPV. While its sibling, the Toyota Alphard, is already one very premium vehicle, the LM cranks it all the way to 11 to deliver you only the finest experiences. It is currently available in two variants: the first is a seven-seater model, while the other is a more luxurious four-seater. Also read: It's here! Toyota Philippines launches the 2024 Toyota Alphard hybrid, starts at ₱ 4.98 million Out the outside, the

    Joey DeriquitoJoey Deriquito

    Oct 12, 2023

  • Auto Shanghai 2023: Lexus LM hybrid makes its debut

    Lexus had something special in store for those who attended Auto Shanghai 2023 as it unveiled the all-new LM luxury minivan. The cousin of the Toyota Alphard just leveled up with even more style and luxury. Exterior Regarding size, the new Lexus LM is now 85 mm longer, 40 mm wider and 10 mm taller than its predecessor. Aside from this, the luxury Japanese van carries the brand’s new design language, giving it a more elegant look. The Lexus emblem is now placed at the tip of the hood just above t

    Joey DeriquitoJoey Deriquito

    Apr 19, 2023

  • All-new 2023 Lexus LM debuting at Auto Shanghai

    The Toyota Alphard has been a surprising hit in the Philippines, particularly at high-end casinos. It may be a minivan, but it offers a level of panache, refinement and interior space that would put even the biggest luxury sedans to shame. And for those who want an Alphard that truly cossets, there’s the Lexus LM. Toyota’s luxury brand will debut the next-generation LM at the 2023 Auto Shanghai on April 18 to 27, 2023. It will be unveiled before the launch of the all-new Alphard in Japan sometim

    VJ BacunganVJ Bacungan

    Apr 12, 2023

  • Best 7-seater cars in the Philippines: A variety of choices when 5 seats aren't enough

    As the average Filipino family grows, the need for a car that can fit them all grows as well. In the past, the minimum requirement was five - dad, mom, two kids, and maybe a grandparent or the househelp. Today, the average Filipino buyer needs to consider at least six seats when buying a vehicle - dad, mom, at least two kids, the nanny, and possibly both grandparents. Not only that but because of the modern family's versatility in income - possibly from both a steady job and a family business -

    Mark PolicarpioMark Policarpio

    Nov 15, 2022

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