About This Vehicle
Improved chassis dynamics; terrific interior room and comfort levels; V6 power; hybrid efficiency
For 2013, Lexus' mid-level luxury ES sedan has gotten a complete redo. Whereas the previous ES came based upon the Toyota Camry, the sixth generation model's underpinnings are borrowed from the larger Avalon sedan. This means a longer wheelbase and corresponding increase in rear legroom. The ES features an all-new look that is both athletic and restrained, with a deep and distinguished...
The Lexus ES occupies a highly competitive luxury segment against cars such as the Acura TL and Cadillac CTS. With its all-new sheetmetal, long list of standard features, and incredible safety features, however, the ES 350 has much to recommend it. And with the addition of the new ES 300h Hybrid, Lexus has upped the sedan's appeal immensely, setting it apart from the rest of the crowd.
The Lexus ES enters its sixth generation with a completely new exterior, interior, and chassis. There's even a new model, too--the hybrid ES 300h. The front-wheel-drive ES is based on the Toyota Avalon, rather than the smaller Camry as in years past, and the longer wheelbase affords a roomier interior, particularly for rear passengers. The car features independent suspension all around...