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Keen on a cheap insurance policy? You can use our comparison tool to search and compare Lexus EX insurance quotes in seconds. We search over 100 top providers to find you the insurance which is right for you. The cost of cover can vary greatly, but we’ll find you the best prices based on your requirements. We also share key information below to help you when choosing your new policy.


What insurance group does the Lexus ES belong to?

The Lexus ES belong to insurance groups 33-34, depending on the specific model and trim. This puts the ES on the more expensive side of the 50 insurance groups. You can check which Lexus ES insurance group your model belongs to online.


How much could I save if I compare quotes?

The average driver may save up to £200 on the cost of a policy by shopping around and comparing prices, although there is no exact amount. But it is important to compare your Lexus ES insurance quotes before committing and accepting a policy.


Is a Lexus expensive to insure?

Lexus cars are designed to be more luxurious and will cost more to insure compared to lower-priced cars. But the actual cost of insurance takes into consideration the specific model and many factors, such as driver experience, car condition and mileage.


What type of cover can I choose?

The two main types of cover for any car are third-party and comprehensive. While third-party is the UK’s legal minimum cover, it only covers you for damage to another person’s vehicle, leaving you to cover the cost of repairs to your own car.

Comprehensive adds additional protection for facing repairs to your own car and means your insurer can pay the cost of repairs minus any agreed excess you have. You can also opt for insurance covering fire and theft, as well as options of breakdown cover, a courtesy car and legal assistance.


What are excesses?

Voluntary and compulsory excesses are the agreed amounts that you will pay towards the cost of any repair to your car, while your insurer covers the rest of the cost.

Excesses can be reduced, but this can increase your insurance premiums. Alternatively, you can agree to pay a higher excess which will usually lower your insurance cost.


How do I accept an insurance quote?

Once you have compared Lexus ES insurance, you can accept you chosen policy by clicking through and completing the transaction. You can usually do this up until the date the policy is due to start and complete the process online. However, some insurers may require you to call to complete any transaction.

You may also be offered additional cover or features before completing, but this could add to the cost of your insurance.

*51% of consumers could save £490.26 on their Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next four cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from June 2023 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.