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More Details on Lexus Complete Lease Program

Lexus UX Subscription Service

More details about the upcoming Lexus Complete Lease program have been released — from Automotive News:

The Lexus Complete Lease, announced last month, is a two-year, 20,000-mile lease program for the UX that includes insurance, maintenance, tire-and-wheel protection and telematics services in one payment. The add-ons have fixed prices, but Lexus said the overall monthly price will be set by dealers in the selected markets.

“For us, it’s really important that the dealers are the ones, front and center, to work with the customer because that’s where the relationship exists,” said Cynthia Tenhouse, Lexus general manager of product and consumer marketing.

Lexus Complete Lease is aimed at first-time luxury buyers looking for a simple payment structure and a short-term commitment. Initially, the program will be limited to one metropolitan area in each major US region: Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, and Miami.

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Joaquin Ruhi
Agreed. 10k miles/year is definitely on the low end.

Interesting that the rumored UX-based subscription program (most closely resembling Volvo's XC40 offering) morphed into an insurance-inclusive 2-year lease with a couple of additional oil changes thrown in. (Free 5000 and 10,000-mile oil changes are already included on all new Lexus vehicles in the U.S., so this just adds the broader 15,000-mile maintenance and 20,000-mile oil change to what the Complete Lease includes).
yes, what else could it be?
Joaquin Ruhi
Agreed. 10k miles/year is definitely on the low end.

Interesting that the rumored UX-based subscription program (most closely resembling Volvo's XC40 offering) morphed into an insurance-inclusive 2-year lease with a couple of additional oil changes thrown in. (Free 5000 and 10,000-mile oil changes are already included on all new Lexus vehicles in the U.S., so this just adds the broader 15,000-mile maintenance and 20,000-mile oil change to what the Complete Lease includes).
yes, what else could it be?
so again we know nothing about pricing?

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