Base Model Price: $42,040 with Tech Package Option
Lexus has unveiled the cost of its 2024 ES collection. For the MY2024 version of this graceful luxury sedan, there have been minor alterations, coupled with the regretful development of higher prices. Prior to exploring the increased MSRPs, let us take a look at what has modified for the 2024 year model.
The Ultra Luxury trim level now features 18-inch rims in the eye-catching Vapor Chrome finish. Other models may opt for the Technology Package, offered on the Base, Luxury, F Sport Design, and also the F Sport Handling versions, at a price tag of $1,630. This Package comprises of a Smart Access Card Key, Head-Up Display, and a gigantic 12.3-inch touchscreen with Lexus’s famed User Interface.
Unluckily, those are the singular adjustments purchasers can anticipate for the up-to-date model year. Will the well-known ES defend itself from onslaughts from novel opponents in the upcoming year? That is yet to be determined.
In terms of costing, this is what should be anticipated. The base ES 250 AWD and ES 350 kick off at $42,040. Moving up to the Luxury model will cost $47,210 while choosing the Ultra Luxury edition comes out to $50,930. Opting for the F Sport Design grade will cost you $46,625. Topping it all off, if the 350 F Sport Handling trim is your preferred option — then that’s got an MSRP of $48,500.
Last year, the F Sport Design and F Sport Handling packages were introduced to bring some kind of physicality to the ES range.
The 250 is propelled by a 2.5L, four-cylinder motor, producing 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of twist. The eight-speed automated transmission dispatches power to both axles as 4WD is standard. Alternatively, an upgraded 3.5L V6 can be opted for as it cranks out 302 ponies and 267 lb-ft of torque – for a more stirring driving experience.
If you are after a combination of convenience and extravagance, the ES Hybrid is an absolute contender. Kicking off at $43,440, the entry-level 300h commands just a slight increase over the luxurious ($48,610) and ultra luxurious ($52,330) trims. The car can also come with the F Sport Design package for $47,825 or the F Sport Handling edition for $49,735.
The ES Hybrid couples a petrol 2.5-liter engine with an electric motor to produce a collective horsepower and torque of 215 hp and 163 lb-ft respectively. Not especially potent, astonishingly it can get as much as 44 mpg across the combined cycle.
As a result of the new German entrants in the market, Lexus will have to exert all their effort with regards to the update for the upcoming year. The existing ES was introduced originally in 2019 and given an enhancement three years afterwards. It can be speculated that an entirely different model may surface possibly in the succeeding year or two. Envisioning increased sales dividends, definitely we hope this is so.
Here, all the pricing mentioned do not incorporate Lexus’ transportation tariff of $1,150.