Starting at a relatively reasonable $39,350, it comes in at more than $20,000 less than their next level hybrid, the GS 450h, and almost $81,000 less than the ridiculously lux LS 600h L. But nothing about the 300h feels "entry level." Not the looks, the comfort, the technology, or the drive.
Given that Toyota basically invented modern hybrid technology, and have been doing it longer than anyone else—and (fun fact), 92% of all Lexus cars sold in Europe are hybrids—I expected a lot out of the car. It's also the first-ever ES 300h with Lexus Hybrid Drive, so I wanted a lot more than a "Prius" feel to the engine and the drive. And the ES 300h delivered.
Join us on our
Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network: