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2018 Lexus ES300h... not just a tarted-up Camry

When you think Lexus, you think old man’s car. Well, that’s all changing… and in a big way. Lexus has gone to town on dropping that image with sharp styling, stacks of luxury and the option to ‘sportify’ your car with an F-Sport package. Enter stage left the Lexus ES300h. I hopped into the car thinking it was a Toyota Camry with some fancy leather and a stack of features...

2019 Lexus ES300h Sports Luxury review

The brand new Lexus ES hybrid sedan makes a big leap over its predecessor by offering comfort, space and style in spades. The recipe is the same as ever, but the ingredients are of a much higher quality.

2019 Lexus ES300h Hybrid review

Elegance and economy in a sleek new wrapper.

2016 Lexus ES300h Review

The 2016 Lexus ES300h is like your best pair of slippers - comfortable, faithful and decidedly un-sexy...

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2020 Lexus ES300h gains F Sport model, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Lexus has confirmed the ES300h F Sport is bound for Australia in October, bringing bigger wheels and a racier look to the brand's hybrid sedan. Along with the sportier F Sport option, the wider ES300h range will gain Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard in October...

2019 Lexus ES300h, UX250h recalled for brake fix, sales stop lifted

Lexus Australia has issued a recall for 10 vehicles across the 2019 ES300h and UX250h model lines produced in May 2019, to fix the electric brake booster fault that has caused a temporary sales stop of various Toyota and Lexus hybrids. "In the subject vehicles, there is a possibility components of the electronic brake booster pump assembly may have been manufactured improperly," the company says...

Toyota and Lexus halt sales of select hybrids over brake issue

Toyota and Lexus Australia have put sales of various hybrid models on hold over an issue related to the regenerative braking system. “At this stage the Toyota vehicles affected are Camry, Corolla Hatch, RAV4 and Prius. For Lexus the models affected are Lexus ES and UX,” the company said in a statement...

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