2017LexusES 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…


2017 Lexus ES 350 - 4dr Sedan (Base)
4dr Sedan (Base)
MSRP:
$38,900
Engine:
3.5L V-6
MPG:
21 City / 30 HWY
Toyota recalls 2016 RAV4, RX350, and ES350 for stability failure

Toyota will recall the 2016 RAV4, RX350, and ES350 because of a possible manufacturing fault with the brake actuator.
Toyota recalls pre-collision system on Avalon and ES models

Toyota is recalling 31,000 units of the Avalon and Lexus ES. The pre-collision system can misidentify objects in the road as a hazard and activate the brakes, potentially leading to a crash.
NHTSA may investigate new Toyota unintended acceleration case

NHTSA is considering whether to open an investigation into unintended acceleration claims in the 2009 Lexus ES350. An owner claims the sedan surged forward while pulling into a parking space in February 2015 and caused a crash.
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2014 Lexus ES
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$29,998 / 15,216 miles / CA
Toyota recalls 2016 RAV4, RX350, and ES350 for stability failure

Toyota will recall the 2016 RAV4, RX350, and ES350 because of a possible manufacturing fault with the brake actuator.
Toyota recalls pre-collision system on Avalon and ES models

Toyota is recalling 31,000 units of the Avalon and Lexus ES. The pre-collision system can misidentify objects in the road as a hazard and activate the brakes, potentially leading to a crash.
BREAKING: WSJ says crash data points to pedal misapplication in Toyota sudden acceleration cases

After receiving more than 3,000 reports of sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles, the U.S. Department of Transportation has concluded that driver error was actually at fault. According to The Wall Street Journal, investigators analyzing different data recorders from Toyota vehicles found that at the time of these sudden acceleration crashes, the throttles were wide open rather and the brakes were not depressed. Thus, they have reason to believe that drivers were mistakenly stomping on the accel