Lexus has announced the mid-year pricing on select 2009 model year vehicles. The new MSRPs, which do not include a delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $825, reflect an increase of $150 for vehicles built after April 1 (and no this isn’t a April Fools’ joke. The Lexus RX is not including in the price hike since it is a 2010 model year vehicle.
You can check out all the pricing details in the press release posted after the jump.
Lexus Announces Mid-Year Pricing on Select Vehicles
Torrance, Calif. (March 27, 2009) ““ Lexus today announced new manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) for select 2009 model vehicles manufactured after April 1, 2009. The new MSRPs reflect a $150 increase.
The base MSRPs for the IS 250 and IS 350 entry luxury sport sedans will increase 0.4 percent overall. The IS 250 rear-wheel drive (RWD) model with a manual transmission and the IS 250 RWD with an automatic transmission will carry base MSRPs of $31,305 and $32,475, respectively. The IS 250 all-wheel drive (AWD) will have a base MSRP $34,935, while the IS 350 will carry a base MSRP of $36,755. The base MSRP for the IS F high-performance luxury sedan will increase 0.3 percent to $56,760.
The base MSRP for the ES 350 entry luxury sedan will increase 0.4 percent to $34,470.
The GS 350 and GS 460 luxury sport sedans will increase 0.3 percent overall. The GS 350 RWD and AWD models will carry new base MSRPs of $45,000 and $46,950, respectively. The GS 460 will carry a base MSRP of $53,470. The base MSRP for the GS 450h hybrid model will increase 0.3 percent to $56,550.
The base MSRP for the LS 460 and LS 460 L flagship luxury sedans will have an overall increase of 0.2 percent. The LS 460 and the long-wheelbase LS 460 L will have a base MSRP of $63,825 and $73,735, respectively. The recently introduced AWD versions of the LS 460 and LS 460 L will carry base MSRPs of $67,350 and $77,260, respectively. The base MSRP for the LS 600h L hybrid will increase 0.1 percent to $106,035.
The base MSRP for the LX 570 luxury utility vehicle will increase 0.2 percent to $75,855.
– By: The Daily Auto Editor