Competes with: Infiniti M35h, Lexus ES 300h, Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Looks like: The non-hybrid 2014 RLX luxury sedan Drivetrain: 310-hp V-6 with two 27-kilowatt rear electric motors, a 35-kilowatt front electric motor and a 260-volt lithium-ion battery pack (for a...
LEXUS ES350 REVIEW What’s hot: Luxurious and spacious cabin; eerily quiet on-road What’s not: The foot parking-brake is old hat X-FACTOR: Gold-medal motoring refinement and cosseting quality and luxury in a big handsome sedan Vehicle...Show More Summary
The introduction of the Lexus ES350 and ES300h sees the return of the Lexus ES line after a seven-year absence in Australia. The sixth-generation Lexus ES follows the traditionally conservative nature of the ES models that have come before, designed … Continue reading ? The post Lexus ES Review: ES300h & ES350 appeared first on CarAdvice.
Lexus admits that it “screwed-up” its growth trajectory and hindered its full Australian potential when the previous generation Lexus ES was not launched locally in 2007. Lexus International’s vice president, Mark Templin admitted at the launch of the sixth generation … Continue reading ? The post Lexus “screwed up” with previous generation ES appeared first on CarAdvice.
The Lexus ES has launched in Australia from $63,000, marking the end of a seven-year Australian market hiatus for the luxury model. Despite being priced between the IS and GS lines, the 4895mm-long sixth-generation Lexus ES is actually larger than … Continue reading ? The post Lexus ES: pricing and specifications appeared first on CarAdvice.
The Lexus ES is finally back in Singapore. Lexus ES will now have not one but two models to choose from – the ES 250 and the ES Hybrid. The simple and elegant stitching in the interior, requires such skill and patience that only 12 Lexus master craftsmen in the world have been deemed qualified. Read the rest of the story at: A class of its own: Lexus ES
Peugeot’s 2008 compact SUV arrived in Australia this week, priced from a very sharp $21,990 plus on-roads. The 2008 offers a choice of two petrol engines and one diesel, with the diesel powering the range-topping ‘Outdoor’ manual, priced at $31,990 plus on-roads. Show More Summary
Most significant changes: Siri Eyes-Free Mode hands-free technology for iPhone 4S and 5; LED fog lights; available bamboo interior trim Price change: $100 increase On sale: Early October Which you should buy, 2013 or 2014? 2013 The Lexus ES 350...
Lexus Australia chief executive Sean Hanley is refusing to admit defeat - or even disappointment - with the CT 200h baby hybrid. "We see the CT 200h as our greatest opportunity," Hanley said, speaking at today's Lexus ES briefing in Sydney. Show More Summary
Sean Hanley, chief executive of Lexus Australia, is bullish about the company's performance and its future. Addressing media at today's Lexus ES briefing in Sydney, Mr Hanley highlighted double-digital growth in almost every model range - with the notable exception of the hybrid-only CT 200h - and spoke on where the marque will go from here. Show More Summary
The Lexus ES will aim to find a niche between the Japanese luxury car maker’s mid-sized and large sedans when it launches in Australia next month from $63,000. While priced between the IS and GS lines, the 4895mm-long sixth-generation ES … Continue reading ? The post Lexus ES: large luxury sedan returns from $63,000 appeared first on CarAdvice.
LEXUS ES AUSTRALIA The new Lexus ES petrol and hybrid sedan range has touched down in Australia this week, kicking off from $63,000 plus on-road costs. Importantly - and in a world-first for the Lexus brand - it's the 300h hybrid model that is the most affordable option in the reborn ES range. Show More Summary
Teaser Toyota luxury brand Lexus has unveiled information about its new 2014 ES 300h hybrid luxury sedan, which first debuted just last year. Chief among what’s been announced is news of its EPA fuel economy ratings, which play out at 40 mpg city / 39 mpg highway / 40 mpg combined. read more
The ES 300h is the entry level sedan in Lexus's luxury hybrid collection.
For the 2013 model year Lexus has completely revamped its ES, which is now in its sixth generation. The big news for the popular Lexus sedan is the addition of the new hybrid version and the fact that for the first time ever, the ES does not share its platform
Lexus Australia has confirmed its incoming ES sedan range will kick off with the 350 petrol and 300h hybrid models, due here later this year. The carmaker has also locked an early 2014 local debut for the new GS 300h hybrid, revealed at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this year. Show More Summary
Lexus Australia has confirmed it will offer both the ES300h and ES350 variants when it brings the mid-sized luxury model back to Australia in the fourth quarter of 2013. Lexus announced its plan to reintroduce the ES in February, endingthe … Continue reading ? The post Lexus ES350, ES300h confirmed for Australia appeared first on CarAdvice.
Lexus Australia has confirmed the return of the ES range to Australia in the fourth quarter of 2013. The front-wheel drive Lexus ES range will be back in Australian showrooms after an eight-year absence. The two confirmed models are the … Continue reading ? The post Lexus confirms ES 350 & 300h for Australia appeared first on CarAdvice.
I remember when the RX rolled onto the scene in 1998. It was truly the first successful crossover as we would know it today. While everyone else was trying to produce a truck-based luxury SUV, Lexus took the Camry/ES platform, put a jelly-bean inspired box on top and jacked the ride height up to 7.7 [...]
The Lexus ES isn’t small and sporty like the Lexus IS. It’s not like the bigger and even more luxurious LS, as the ES lacks that bank-vault feel and quite as sumptuous of an interior. But someone loves it, as the ES has been the best-selling Lexus nameplate almost since the brand’s launch back in [...]