300h 2.5 4dr CVT
- Vehicle Year, 2020
- Mileage, 64,332 miles
- Fuel Type, Petrol hybrid
- Transmission Type, Automatic
Full price.£18,900Price per month. pcp. £290
Price reductions on selected cars, from £250 - £1000 off
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
300h 2.5 4dr CVT
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The Lexus ES has been around since 1989, and in many ways has led the executive saloon segment, with seven different generations throughout the years.
Its latest iteration is the most spacious yet and can be had in a variety of trims: AWD, F Sport, Luxury and Ultra Luxury – all of which offering very supple suspension that’s appreciated on British roads.
One thing that will stand out on the Lexus ES is the brilliant quality of all the finishes and the latest in-car tech. The cabin is particularly impressive, with quilted leather-trimmed interior and heated front seats.
There’s a 12.3-inch infotainment and navigation screen that can also be operated using the trackpad on the centre console, plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included for smartphone connectivity.
At the rear, you’ll find a handy 454-litre boot that easily fits suitcases and luggage or a pushchair if needed – so don’t rule the ES out as a family car. There’s also some underfloor storage and a ski hatch for loading up longer items, but you can’t push down the rear seats to increase loading space.
As a brand, Lexus has a reputation for making reliable cars that you can depend on. It even offers to extend the standard three-year warranty for up to 10 years if the car is serviced at the main dealer annually – so you know it has faith in its models.
The ES itself is positively reviewed as a reliable car across the board, receiving impressive ratings and securing top spots on popular driver surveys.
As for safety, the ES was awarded a full five-star Euro NCAP rating in 2018. This includes a 91% rating for adult occupants and 87% for children, thanks to impressive onboard safety tech like lane tracing assist, pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection, and dynamic radar cruise control.
While there aren’t any plug-in hybrid (PHEV) options in the ES range, the petrol hybrid engines are still very efficient and should help cut down on fuel costs. You can expect to achieve up to 54.3mpg.
It’s best to get a quote from your insurer to get accurate prices, but the ES usually sits in insurance groups 31 to 38. This means it might be slightly pricier to insure, but this is to be expected with premium vehicles.
While Lexus doesn’t quote an electric mile range for the ES, you should be able to reduce fuel costs further by using battery power at lower speeds. This is ideal if you need an efficient car for the school run.
The Lexus ES is a versatile car that feels just as suitable as a fancy daily driver as it does a premium family car.
The large boot and spacious interior are comfortable for families and fits plenty of luggage, and the high-quality finish won’t sag under regular usage.
Plus, the high safety rating means that all passengers will be secure on the roads – ideal if you want peace of mind when travelling with your family.
Hybrid power is also handy if you’re looking to reduce fuel costs, as this tech gives the ES similar fuel costs to an efficient diesel engine while remaining a slick and modern petrol.
The cost of a used ES on finance will depend on your individual circumstances, the exact model you choose, and the type of finance you go for. Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) and Hire Purchase (HP) car finance are different and will lead to different payment schedules. Take a look at our current stock to see the latest prices.
You can get a used Lexus ES on finance if you’re eligible. Choosing to finance your ES can be a helpful way of spreading the cost of your next car.
The Lexus ES is slightly larger than the IS model, while the IS is more powerful and does usually come in at a higher price point. The ES is usually better for fuel economy – so consider if speed or fuel savings are more important.
The Lexus EX is worth it if you want a spacious saloon with plenty of safety features and an impressive hybrid engine setup. The improved fuel efficiency is great for daily driving, but the premium style of the car keeps the ES feeling a treat. There’s plenty of room in the boot and the infotainment system is easy to use, making it a winner for motorists after something practical but with a luxury edge.
The Lexus ES is considered a luxury car and definitely feels that way when you’re driving or being driven in it. The plush interior is high-quality and gorgeously designed, and there’s plenty of tech and safety features to make it an easy car to live with. Plus, it’s comfortable to drive and nails it where fuel costs are concerned.