2015LexusES 350

Lexus ES 350

2010 Lexus ES 350 - Click above for high-res image gallery The entry-level luxury sedan segment doesn't command the enthusiast attention of, say, the ultra-premium luxury sports sedan. But if you ask automakers to choose between the two, we'd wager that most would rather have a best-in-class…

- Reviewed by Chris Shunk


2015 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $37,700 - $40,440
2014 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $36,620 - $36,620
2013 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $36,370 - $36,370
2012 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $36,725 - $36,725
2011 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $36,725 - $36,725
Lexus ES350 confirmed for Kentucky production starting in 2015

Following Thursday's report, Toyota has confirmed that production of the Lexus ES will move to its Georgetown, KY assembly plant starting in 2015. To accommodate the extra 50,000 units of capacity that the ES represents, Toyota will be investing $360 million in the plant and hiring 750 new workers.
2013 Lexus ES350

Finally Saying Goodbye To Its Camry Roots
2013 Lexus ES earns five stars from NHTSA

The 2013 Lexus ES has earned a five-star crash rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The 2013 ES 350 and ES 300h hybrid earned the highest ratings in each of the government's crash evaluations, including overall driver safety, frontal crashes and overall side impacts, save one. The sedan only achieved a four-star rating in the NHTSA rollover protection test, but that fault wasn't enough to keep the vehicle from earning a five-star designation overall.

For Sale

2005 Lexus ES
$12,995 / 90,817 miles / VA
2008 Lexus ES
$16,599 / 101,102 miles / VA
2009 Lexus ES
$20,998 / 51,584 miles / VA
"And it's here where the ES350 really shines, becoming a virtually transparent conveyance, shielding its occupants from the outside world behind acoustically insulated glass.