Overview & Reviews
The 2015 Lexus ES 350 gets upgraded upholstery and a standard touchscreen "Display Audio" tech interface. The optional Mark Levinson sound system now features technology that enhances the sound quality of digital music files. Furthermore, Lexus Enform Remote (which allows owners to remotely view and control certain features via an app) is now available and the optional Lexus Enform App Suite adds Slacker and upgrades to iHeartRadio 4.0. Finally, a limited-edition ES 350 called the Crafted Line has also been added to the lineup.
- Comfortable ride and composed handling
- Excellent crash test scores.
- Velvety-smooth V6 engine
- Generous rear legroom
- Luxurious and well-built interior
- Mouselike electronics interface can be complicated and distracting to use.
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2015 Lexus ES350 - 2015 Lexus ES 350
By qwkcut - February 25 - 10:57 pm
I picked up a 2015 Lexus ES350 for my wife on Valentines Day to replace our 2003 Lexus ES300. We couldn't be more happy with all the changes/ upgrades that this new model brings to the table. I rent cars several times a month and have always told my wife that our 2003 Lexus drove better, interior quieter and functionality of gauges better suited than any rental car foreign or domestic that I have ever had. This holds true for the 2015 model as well. BMW and Mercedes only wish they had the repair history of the Lexus ES350. Lexus voice command navigation and Microsoft mouse type entry keeps your fingers off the screen and eyes on the road.
Over-Hyped - 2015 Lexus ES 350
By carreragt3 - November 8 - 1:54 pm
My wealthy Uncle just traded in his couple-year-old ES for the top-line 2015 ES, which I shuttle him around in. I have a BMW 5-series, so I understand I am not in the ES's target demographic. But seriously, when I drive the ES, I am reminded just how poorly front-drive platforms perform. They push, yank, and protest. They are positively poor driving cars, but probably not unlike most FWDs. Luxury-wise, the interiors are ok; ok materials, fair design, not a fan of ANY touchscreen, but definitively targeted at old people. There is not a touch of passion to this car, nor of austerity. I suppose, like Cadillacs of a few years ago, this car is made for people who have "given up."