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(launched 2018, facelifted Oct-2021)

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2.5 Executive (A)  New Facelift
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- 15.2km/L 203 bhp 8-speed (A)
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2.5 F Sport (A)  New Facelift
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- 15.2km/L 203 bhp 8-speed (A)
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2.5 Luxury (A)  New Facelift
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$25,200 /yr 15.2km/L 203 bhp 8-speed (A)
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Price updated 06-Jan-2022

Lexus ES 250
4 stars - based on 5 reviews
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Facelift - Lexus ES 250 2.5 F Sport (A)
The refreshed Lexus ES now comes with an F Sport variant to spice up its aggression and sport front. Can it drive as sporty as it looks?
Facelift (What's New)
Tweaked daytime running lights
First time ES is equipped in F Sport trim
Menacing-looking mesh grille
Aesthetic go-fast bits such as bucket seats and F Sport badges that enhance the car's aggression
Stiffened rear suspension
Best car I have owned
I have owned 18 cars before I finally purchased the new Lexus ES250 Luxury. The cars I owned in past include Audi A6 (C6 and C7), BMW 320i (E90), Audi Q7, BMW 740i (E65), Volvo V50, Lexus RX450H, Audi A4 Avant, Mercedes S300L, Audi A5, Audi Q5, VW Golf, etc. Lexus ES250 is a very comfortable car. Just like my BMW 740i and Mercedes S300L. It is very roomy. It is more sporty than the Mercedes S300L which is very reluctant to accelerate. It is less sporty than BMW 740i but more petrol efficient - BMW 740i is VERY thirsty! Equipment-wise, it is very generous. Forget about the Lexus ES250 Executive. Go for the Luxury version! It has SO MANY more equipment than the Executive version. I was considering the E-Class and 530i but I chose Lexus ES250 because it is a better package overall. E-Class does not even give you keyless entry! But it is a standard in Lexus ES. The drive is superb. Very quiet and very comfortable. It feels so luxurious. The most comfortable car I have owned. Looks-wise, it can be subjective but I love the aggressive look. BMW, Audi and Mercedes are too conservative. Their looks don't change much. Also, forget about the LS. The Lexus ES250 is 80% An LS at half the price and probably running cost!
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Impressive exterior and interior
After owning this car for about 9 months I feel that the car is worth for the money I spent. I have owned or driven a number of different brand cars. Be it brand new or 2nd hands. Past owned Mercedes, BMW, Mini Cooper and Toyota. I have decided to come back to Lexus. This is the 4th Lexus I have owned so far. Previously owned RX300BMR, CT200H, GS300. Everything is good about this car. Except the turning radius is very poor. I actually wanted to get the ES300H for its initial power drive however the moonroof model only equipped for ES250. Ended up I purchased the ES250 Luxury. Comparing with the normal version ES250, I would say pay a little more for the Luxury as it comes with many more features that is worth the money. The fuel consumption for reasonably good. I have driven about 15,000 Km and getting about 8.9 L/100 Km for 30 / 70- City/ Expressway ratio.
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First Year Anniversary With My ES
Now comes the Pros and Cons after 1 full year ownership of this car. Car reviewing is the ES250 Executive model. Non hybrid version. Mileage is 21000km. Locally driving about 60% Highway and 40% Normal roads with typical Spore traffic. Have driven all over Peninsular Malaysia. Consumption is 11km/L. It has never been reset since first day.
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Why I switch from German brand to Lexus
I just switched to ES250 this year after driving German cars for last 10 years. Absolutely love the ride and comfort. The exterior design caught my attention with her distinct and sharp contours. The interior features are premium despite an entry level model I picked which you usually pay extra for German car. The thing I like most are the various safety features that are practical and essential to me who is not a car enthusiast. Finally, I do not need to burn a big hole in my pocket to own this beautiful car with premium features and I feel safe driving my family around.
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