Lexus ES300h

Once, the cheapest Lexus sedan was criticised for being a bloated Camry in disguise, but today’s seventh-generation ES, out since 2018, truly benefits from its Toyota connection. Especially when the facelifted version came in late 2021, bringing improvements to safety.


Engine: 131kW/221Nm 2.5L in-line 4 petrol
Transmission/driving wheels: CVT/front
Motor: 88kW/202Nm AC synchronous electric
Battery: 1.6kWh Nickel-metal hydride
Total system power/torque: 160kW
Combined range: 1064km
Electric range: N/A
Fuel: 4.8L/100km
CO2: 109g/km
Safety rating: 5 stars

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