Recommended for you

Lexus launches its smart ownership programme

Lexus showcases its electrified range at VivoCity

The Lexus Hybrid showcase at PLQ Plaza

NTUC Income authorised workshops

spacer Distributor
spacer Hotline
spacer Built in

(launched 2018)

spacer Predecessor Lexus ES 300h Hybrid (2013-2017)
spacer Pricelist 21-Oct Pricelist
Download Brochure Add to Shortlist
Lexus ES 300h Hybrid
4 stars - based on 3 reviews
  Photos & Reviews
Car Review - Lexus ES 300h 2.5 Luxury (A)
The all new good-looking Lexus ES300h proves that style, comfort and good fuel economy can be seamlessly packaged into a car.
Magic carpet ride
The ES300h comes across as a premium executive conveyance, designed to get you from one place to another in absolute comfort and safety. It's suspension smooths out most bumps and undulations and it hardly gets a step wrong or of balance. Power combined from the petrol unit and electric motor will easily bring you to cruising speed without breaking a sweat. Don't let its usually pleasant demenor fool you though.. When required you can kick it down to Sport mode, and boy does it take off. Acceleration is scary fast between 60 - 100 kmh when you need it. Using the same Frankenstien knob and switching down to Eco mode gives you another pleasant surprise. Usually for most cars, Eco modes dumb downs the car so much it becomes un-drivable but for the most ardent of tree huggers. Not so for the ES300h - the drive seems to smoothen out a little and become a bit more relaxed (if that is even possible..?) but without any noticeable loss of forward urge from the powertrain. Fuel consumption improves slightly as the main bonus. The main attraction is the looks IMO. The lines are sharp and its low stance communicates power and sophistication. Interior surfaces are soft touch and logically laid out. Early models didn't come with Apply CarPlay which is a pity for a car in this class. Overall though, its cabin is a great place to be. The sound system produces sufficiently rich and textured sound even in the Executive trim. It really checks all the boxes for a buyer looking for a competent luxury sedan.
Read More »
Most fuel efficient car within this class level!
Have collected my ES300H slightly more than a week. I must said this is so far the best driving experience even compared to my 2 previous E200 models that I have been owning for the past 9 years. Lexus, the brand which resembles premium quality even up to all the fine detailing and continuously maintaining their good workmanship. I doubt we can challenge their design integrity and intentions to ensure Lexus car owners really benefited from their work. Just think in this way, a normal Toyota car already can earn their respect from the public in terms of quality controls. And only the TOP performers in Toyota are allowed to join Lexus team in their corporate policy (check this out via website). So you are getting the best out of the best.
Read More »
At last, a hybrid that feels normal
Tested this car 2 weeks ago. Since i made the review for the ES 250, I will only tell the difference between those 2. In my ES 250 review, I said that only the driver can unlock the doors. I was wrong. All doors can be unlocked by their occupants.
Read More »
+ View All 3 Consumer Reviews
Sorry, there are no similar new cars
Topic Title Replies Last Action

2018 / 2019 7th Generation Lexus ES 791 17-Oct-2021
Which to get? Merc E250 vs. Lexus ES250 35 21-Dec-2016
Mercedes E200 Advantgarde or Lexus ES250 183 01-Jun-2015
New Lexus ES350 78 02-Oct-2014
New Lexus ES350 In dept 9 11-Feb-2006
All new Lexus ES350 10 03-Feb-2006
Above discussions are extracted from
You may login to MyCarForum using your sgCarMart username & password.