While Lexus and Mercedes-Benz are both known for their expertise in creating exceptional luxury cars, Mercedes-Benz reliability can’t be copied, which is why drivers in and around Bullhead City love Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Altogether, Mercedes-Benz models provide stronger performance, more unique interior features, and higher efficiency than Lexus models. Our team compares different Lexus vs. Mercedes-Benz models below for Kingman and Bullhead City drivers.
|7-day/500-mile Exchange Privilege||CPO Program Benefits||Benefit Not Offered|
|4 years/50,000 miles||New Vehicle Limited Warranty||4 years/50,000 miles|
|$31,300 Starting MSRP||Mercedes-Benz CLA vs. Lexus IS||$38,410 Starting MSRP|
|Car-to-X Communication||Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs. Lexus GS||Feature Not Offered|
|14-Way Power Adjustable Front Seats||Mercedes-Benz GLA vs. Lexus NX||10-Way Power-Adjustable Driver Seat/8-Way Power-Adjustable Front Passenger Seat|
|93.8 cubic feet of cargo space||Mercedes-Benz GLS vs. Lexus LX||83.1 cubic feet of cargo space|
Whether you’re in a new Lexus or Mercedes-Benz model, you can have confidence on Bullhead City roads. Both Lexus and Mercedes-Benz offer 4-year/50,000-mile new vehicle limited warranties.
Both the Lexus and Mercedes-Benz offer their own unique certified pre-owned benefits. While Lexus offers a longer warranty, Mercedes-Benz CPO vehicles are more thoroughly inspected, so you know you’re getting a vehicle of high quality. Lexus CPO vehicles go through a 161-point inspection and Mercedes-Benz CPO vehicles go through a 165-point inspection. What’s more, only the Mercedes-Benz CPO program comes with a 7-day/500-mile Exchange Privilege if you end up changing your mind.
The Mercedes-Benz CLA starts at $33,100 MSRP, and the Lexus IS starts at $38,410 MSRP, making the CLA considerably more cost-effective. Despite this price difference, the CLA offers unique features the IS doesn’t, including 14-way power front seats. Additionally, the Mercedes-Benz CLA comes standard with front seat memory, while this feature is optional on the Lexus IS.
Both the Lexus GS and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class have a 2.0L turbo inline-4 engine that produces 241 hp, but the E-Class engine generates 15 lb-ft of torque more. Not only is the E-Class more powerful, it’s more efficient as well. The E-Class comes equipped with a 9G-TRONIC® 9-speed automatic transmission, resulting in a smoother, more responsive ride than the GS. What’s more, the E-Class offers technology features not included on GS, such as Car-to-X Communication and 64-color LED ambient interior lighting.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA and Lexus NX have starting MSRPs of $33,950 and $36,485, respectively. This means the GLA is the more cost-effective vehicle. The GLA provides many comfort features that are either not included or only optional on the NX, including 14-way power-adjustable front seats and front seats with memory, even though the GLA has a more affordable price.
The Lexus LX is significantly more expensive than the Mercedes-Benz GLS, with a starting MSRP of $86,080, compared to the GLS starting MSRP of $70,150. Even though the Mercedes-Benz GLS is much less expensive, the model offers more interior space. For example, when the rear seats are folded, the GLS offers up to 93.8 cubic feet of cargo room, while the LX offers 83.1 cubic feet.
Contact us at Mercedes-Benz of Henderson with any questions about Lexus vs. Mercedes-Benz vehicles! You can also schedule a test drive online with one of our Mercedes-Benz models and experience the difference of a Mercedes-Benz today. Ready for the next steps? Our finance team is here to help! Looking to further your luxury car brand research? You can also compare Mercedes-Benz to the likes of Acura, Audi, and BMW!