The refreshed 2023 Lexus ES sedan goes on sale this fall priced between $42,490 and $52,480.
While the exterior remains unchanged, the interior got updates, like a redesigned center console, new trim and material options, and a new advanced Lexus Interface multimedia system as standard.
Besides, the ES F Sport model is available in new variants now – Design and Handling. They add specific styling and performance upgrades, like new wheel designs, unique exterior details, new aluminum trim in the cabin, a Mark Levinson sound system, a power rear sunshade, a head-up display, a power open/close trunk with kick sensor, and others.
As before, there are three powertrain choices, an all-wheel drive option, and multiple F Sport versions for the 2023 Lexus ES.
The pricing including a destination fee ranges from $42,490 for the base ES 350 to $52,480 for the high-end ES 300h Ultra Luxury. The ES Sport Design starts at $47,075, and the ES Sport Handing costs from $48,950.
Should I Buy a Lexus ES?
Definitely, it has everything you would expect from a luxury sedan, and for good money in addition. Certainly, if you prefer a zestier driving experience, you’d better buy a BMW 5 Series or a Mercedes-Benz E-Class, but both are more expensive than the ES (base models).
The Lexus ES has a cool interior – luxurious, feature-laden, comfortable, and safe. Its base engine provides so-so acceleration, but you can opt for a stronger V6. Also, the car offers agreeable performance, poised handling, and ride.
We can add that the model is one of the three best-selling Lexus models, at least, in the USA. The rest two are the RX and NX crossovers. In 2022, thru September, the carmaker sold 32,372 ES cars, 31,651 NX, and 80,299 RXs. The rest of the Lexus models are far behind this trio.
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