Lexus ES Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
Comfortable executive saloon.
Hybrid power across the range.
Lots of rear passenger space.
Why Lease A Lexus ES?
Benefits Of Leasing A Lexus ESFor those in the market for a premium, executive-level saloon, it’s often hard to look past the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. In fairness, why would you? They’re all excellent in their own way. But they’re also a common sight on the road, and that puts some people off. The Lexus ES brings different, distinctive styling, lots of standard equipment and hybrid power – which will be a plus for many because of the potential for fuel and company-car tax savings. On top of that, it’s got plenty of space in the rear and an interior dripping with quality.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The ES is very practical when it comes to passenger space. There’s lots of rear legroom, although headroom will be tight for taller occupants, thanks in part to the standard sunroof. Sub-6-footers should be fine, though.
The boot is nice and wide, but at 454 litres in capacity, it’s not that big when compared to its rivals. Great if you need to load in a folded pushchair, for example, but less so if you have a large amount of luggage.
The ES’ sole hybrid drivetrain means reasonable fuel efficiency when compared to petrol-powered rivals. Officially, you’ll get up to 54.3mpg depending on model, and CO2 emissions between 119- and 128g/km – which means reasonable benefit-in-kind company-car tax. That’s really good against standard petrol cars, but you’ll get better mileage from some diesels. If you do mostly shorter journeys, it’s well worth looking at some PHEVs – they’ll do up to 40 miles on electric power only, without burning any fuel.
Lexus ES Models Available
Lexus ESThe Lexus ES comes solely as a large 4-door, 5-seat saloon.
Lexus ES Trim Levels
The Lexus ES Vs Competitors
Not really. Lexus and Toyota share a parent company, and the ES shares some mechanical bits with the Toyota Camry, but it would be a big stretch to call them the same car.
The ES is, in effect, a replacement for the GS in the United Kingdom. The GS was phased out as the ES was introduced in 2018, and the ES is a more modern, sophisticated machine.
According to Lexus, ES stands for ‘Executive Sedan’. Sedan is the American term for ‘saloon’.
Yes. It’s comfortable, well made and spacious for passengers. It’s up against some very talented competition, but the ES is a great option.
Data on the ES specifically is hard to come by, but Lexus as a brand has a fantastic reputation for reliability. It’s regularly at the top of independent dependability studies, or very close to it. You’d be unlucky to have any serious issues with an ES.
All UK models of the Lexus ES are front-wheel drive.
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