New 2019 LexusES 350 350 Sedan

  • VIN: 58ABZ1B12KU042583
  • Stock: KU042583
Fuel Economy
22.0/33.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Eminent White Pearl
Interior Color
Sedan/5 seats
8 speed automatic
3.5L 3.5L V6 DOHC Dual VVT-i 24V

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Speed limit sign recognition
  • Distance pacing cruise control
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof

Included Packages & Options

  • Premium Package$1,175
    • Power Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel w/Memory
    • Heated & Ventilated Seats
    • Driver Seat Memory
    • Rain Sensing Wipers
    • Side Mirrors w/Memory & Reverse Tilt
    • NuLuxe Seat Trim
  • Blind Spot Monitor w/Park Assist$1,065
    • Lane Change Assist
    • Intelligence Clearance Sonar
Included Options
  • All Weather Floor Liners w/Trunk Tray$248
  • Heated Leather & Wood Steering Wheel$480
  • Navigation$1,820
  • Wheels: 18" x 8J Split 10-Spoke High Gloss$770
  • Wireless Charger$75
  • Wood Trim$360

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Price includes: $2,250 - Lexus Cash. Exp. 07/31/2019 Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book -
Overall2.4Out of 5
  • So much to love but...

    By Cosmo on Tuesday, May 14, 2019

    The sound system is terrible. Every other complaint is minor - except maybe the overly sensitive Remote Touch Interface control system which is very frustrating (dangerous?) to use. But, seriously, sound does not come out of the back speakers which is ludicrous. I truly thought I had speakers that were not connected but was assured by the Lexus technician they worked as designed. The technician actually said "the back speakers were designed to produce very little sound; it is a new design and a new sound experience". Yes, a terrible experience! I cannot figure out what is going on or how Lexus put this product on the market. I have a 3 years lease and I feel totally stuck. I am sad because I loved my past ES 350 cars but I feel I have to make a statement and walk away from Lexus at the end of my lease!
  • worst sound system ever

    By NY Rick on Saturday, March 16, 2019

    There is NO ability to adjust the sound between front and rear. May as well not have rear speakers. Lexus told me that the car was designed that way. If so, the designer should be hung. Worse sound than the radio on my first car - a 1957 Plymouth. Had I "test drove" the radio before buying, I would have walked right out the door. And - while the car does everything better than my 2014 model (better build, quieter, faster, tighter, better handling, more room) the bad radio and the dangerous touchpad controller for the info system (you cannot change anything using that touchpad without looking away from the road) make me regret buying it
  • LUXURY-Best word to describe this car.

    By Calvin on Monday, November 19, 2018

    This is my first time owning a Lexus and after three weeks of driving this car I might be a Lexus customer for life. I have always gone to the extreme when purchasing new vehicles, not only changing manufacturers but also vehicle styles as well (truck, car, SUV, etc). I am not going to bore you with all the great things about this car as basically everything in their brochure and what they say online is correct. The only thing I wanted to mention after three weeks of ownership is I was shocked to learn that the exterior rear-view mirrors have to be manually folded in. I thought all new cars, no matter their price had power folding mirrors so this came as a surprise to me. There are two other items I will mention after I have driven the car for several months and that is the gas mileage (I have the ES300H-Hybrid) as I have just filled up the gas tank for the first time and will manually calculate the mileage after the next few times I fill up. The other item is the acceleration as is does not seem to have a lot of get up and go. Since it is a brand new car they recommend not accelerating or braking too fast/hard for the first several hundred miles so I will report back and will let you know (I am sure I will be a little disappointed as my previous car was a BMW 328i with a twin turbo engine) but it still will not change how much I love this car. I gave the performance rating an 8/10 as I know German cars like BMW and Mercedes are built for performance but I was looking for a quite, smooth riding car and not necessarily for performance. The value rating of 9/10 is due to the fact that when I started the process of looking for a new car, the dealership only had one 2019 model in their inventory so when I purchased my car they had to look at other dealerships for the color choices that I wanted and they only came off the MSRP $500. The base model price for my car was $42K but ended up costing $57K in the end after the options were added so $500 off MSRP is not a drop in the bucket hence my 9/10 value rating. Overall I am very please with this car and would highly recommend you take it for a test drive and see for yourself how luxurious this car really is to drive.
Advertised price does not include state or local taxes, registration costs or dealer conveyance fee of $599.

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