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Cars New Lexus ES 300h Premium trim introduced

12:36  08 september  2020
12:36  08 september  2020 Source:   autoexpress.co.uk

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The 2020 Lexus ES 300 h comes in 3 configurations costing ,810 to ,660. See what power, features, and amenities you’ll get for the money. It’s important to carefully check the trims of the vehicle you’re interested in to make sure that you’re getting the features you want, or that you’re not

Which ES 300 h does Edmunds recommend? The 2020 Lexus ES 300 h comes very nicely equipped if you want luxury on a budget, with features such as a sunroof, 10-way power-adjustable front seats, a premium sound system and in-car Wi-Fi. But if you can stretch to the Luxury trim , it adds desirable

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Lexus has revealed a new Premium trim level for the ES 300h. Available to order now with first deliveries due in October, the ES 300h Premium adds improved equipment levels throughout.

Priced at £35,750, the Lexus ES 300h Premium comes in at just £550 more than the entry level model, but adds £3,140-worth of extra equipment. Among the standard features are 18-inch alloy wheels (up from the base car’s 17-inch items), a 12.3-inch navigation system, a heated steering wheel, wireless smartphone charging, a heated windscreen and automatic wipers.

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The 2019 Lexus ES 300 h comes in 3 configurations costing ,560 to ,210. See what power, features, and amenities you’ll get for the money. It’s important to carefully check the trims of the vehicle you’re interested in to make sure that you’re getting the features you want, or that you’re not

The Lexus ES is a midsize luxury sedan aimed at buyers looking for a reasonably affordable, high-quality vehicle. Lexus first introduced it for the 1992 model year. Since then, the ES has gone through seven generations of production with the seventh starting with the 2019 model year.

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Safety tech is increased without the range with Blind Spot monitoring and Rear Cross Traffic Alert now standard in all models, while the entry-level ES gets a 10-speaker Pioneer audio system, dual-zone climate control, heated and electrically adjustable front seats, a sunroof, plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.

Above the Premium sits the F Sport, which gains a more generous Tech and Safety pack option. This also adds the 12.3-inch screen and wireless charging, plus a heated steering wheel and “triple-eye” LED headlights. Even with this pack specified, the F-Sport is priced at £39,255, and CO2 emissions of 128g/km help the F Sport to slot into the 28 percent Benefit in Kind company car tax bracket. Over and above the lesser models, the F Sport adds adaptive dampers, a unique body kit, 19-inch wheels, rear privacy glass and auto-folding door mirrors.

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Check out ⭐ the new Lexus ES ⭐ test drive review: price details, trims , and specs overview, interior features, exterior design, MPG and mileage capacity It is also worth noting the equivalent ES 300 h models are less than ,000 more respectively and the sporty F Sport trim starts at ,135.

Which ES 300 h does Edmunds recommend? The Lexus ES 300 h comes well-equipped without needing anything else, and it's suitable if you're looking for luxury on a budget. But we recommend getting the Luxury trim , which adds leather seating, heated and ventilated front seats, wood interior

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Lexus continues to offer its digital side mirrors. They cost £1,600 extra, and as we discovered during our recent drive, they don’t work well enough to justify the extra cost, and the screens look like an afterthought in the otherwise pristine cabin.

All models continue with a hybrid powertrain: a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol mixes with an electric motor, which promises 53.2mpg in official tests.

Now read our review of the standard Lexus ES 300h right here....

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