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2002-2005 Lexus ES300

Half Moon Bay, California Contrary to what economists may expect of a luxury product manufacturer, Lexus seems to thrive in a stagnant market. According to vice president and general manager Denny Clements, Lexus passenger-car sales this year are "up 63 percent in a market segment that's down 2 percent."

Credit this statistical anomaly to the fact that last year, sales at Toyota's premier brand weren't so hot; in fact, if not for the introduction of the sporty new IS300, car sales would have dropped more than 10 percent in the midst of the best automotive sales year since the invention of the rubber tire. But better products beget better sales. In the past year, the IS300, the SC430 hardtop convertible, and the redesigned LS430 sedan all have shaken up their respective segments. The last streak of hits that long came from Suzuki--that's Ichiro Suzuki, the Seattle Mariners' rookie leadoff extraordinaire, in case you don't follow America's pastime.

As the volume leader for Lexus cars, the ES300 is key to the brand's success. Just as the Camry pays the bills for Toyota (it's America's perennially popular family car, with more than 400,000 annual sales), the ES300 keeps the lights on at Lexus dealerships (except maybe in California). Lexus hopes to import 50,000 ES300s this year, up about 20 percent from a year ago. Although it shares much of its architecture with the Camry (look for our first drive of the new Camry next month), there's value in the ES300's extra cost.

Unlike the last model's conservative sheetmetal, the 2002 ES300 is no one's cure for insomnia. Gone is the stodgy two-tone paint scheme of the previous model, which was meant to imitate bigger brother LS400. Large headlights swoop their way up the front quarter-panels, drawing attention to the creased hood and lateral character lines, which taper in a slight rise just above the artistically arranged wraparound taillights. Rounded C-pillars hint at the company's sporty GS-series sedan, and with another two and a half inches of height, the ES300 gives passengers an extra inch of headroom.

Passengers also will appreciate the quality of interior materials, which are soothingly similar to those of the flagship LS430 and fitting for a car whose name stands for "executive sedan." We basked in the sound quality pouring from the Mark Levinson audio system. We lounged on seats covered in regency leather. We drummed our knuckles on real California walnut, which covers much of the dash, the shift knob, and three separate curved chunks of the steering wheel. Most of these fineries are optional, but equipped to the hilt, the ES300 becomes a true luxury car--inching its way closer to forty grand with every check on the order sheet.

Among those options is the Lexus Navigation System, a phenomenal gadget that operates from a DVD-based map database that includes destinations in Canada, among other software upgrades. We can hardly wait to test it out en route to Canada's cultural epicenter, the Windsor Casino, just across the Detroit River. Further innovations to the nav screen allow it to tilt electrically to reduce glare, and it rotates horizontally to reveal an in-dash CD player.

Attention to detail--a Lexus trademark--is nowhere more eloquently expressed than in the subtle, synchronous movement of the interior bits and pieces: The glovebox drawer, the ceiling-mounted sunglasses holder, and the wood-paneled ashtray cover all open at the same slow rate. That curious engineering achievement, which was pointed out to us by chief engineer Kosaku Yamada, illustrates the car's utter seriousness about creating a harmonious environment for its occupants. With the engine on and the stereo off, the cabin is exceptionally quiet. New body insulation absorbs sound instead of just blocking it, and wind noise is quelled by a flat underbody and a 0.28 coefficient of drag--unless you hang an arm out the window, air turbulence is barely perceptible.

The smooth, 210-hp, 3.0-liter V-6 is carried over, mated to a new five-speed automatic transmission. With the aid of a drive-by-wire electronic throttle, performance is slightly improved: The ES300 accelerates to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds--quicker by 0.2 second. Not much has changed about the car's predictable handling and cushy ride, which will comfort ES300 loyalists. The caster trail of the front wheels has been increased to reduce torque steer, and although the suspension geometry has been modified and the wheelbase extended by two inches, the chassis is still prone to understeer in typical front-wheel-drive fashion.

The ES300's must-have accessory is the Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS), which now controls each damper independently. Operated by a switch near the shifter, AVS comes with four levels of support, although only the most extreme settings offer any real contrast. At its softest (comfort) setting, the dampers extend their full range, soaking up bumps so you don't have to. At the firmest (sport) setting, the car behaves quite differently, taking a quick set around corners and limiting body roll to improve handling. The difference is like going from a Buick Century to a BMW 530i at the flip of a switch. For about $600, that's not a bad trade-up.

But even with its trick suspension, the ES remains a soft and snuggly sedan. Lexus hopes to win over Mercedes-Benz C-class buyers by offering more interior room and comparable amenities, but cars such as the C-class and the BMW 330i land on the other side of the line between luxury car and sport sedan. The Acura TL--the ES300's closest competitor-- has more standard equipment, comparable interior space, and 50 more horsepower (in the Type-S), but it does not approach the Lexus capacity for indulgence. But as Clements points out, "We don't have to be all things to all people." The IS300 will appease performance seekers, and that's how Lexus has gained a competitive edge: Its products cover all the bases.



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LEXUS ES 2002 - 2006

Lexus started the production for the ES fourth-generation n 2001 in Japan and built it exclusively there on the Toyota K platform shared with the Camry and the Avalon.

By 2001, Lexus was already known for its high-quality, very dependable vehicles. The ES range appeared on the market in 1988 as a rebadged Toyota Camry Vista and rushed through generations building three of them in just 13 years. The fourth generation of the ES received features from the company's flagship, the LS, and rfined technologies such as the drive-by-wire electronic throttle.e

Thanks to its fluid lines and raked front fascia and windshield, the 2002 ES obtained a Cx 0.28, increasing the car's fuel efficiency. Its swept-back headlights and slanted grille created a dynamic image for the luxurious four-door sedan. On its sides, the chromed door handles and trim around the window line amplified the premium image.

Inside, Lexus installed a carefully crafted interior with California walnut trim on the steering wheel, dashboard, center stack, and doors. It was finished to one of the greatest attention in its segment and adorned with chromed accents. As an option, the carmaker added a Mark Levinson premium auto, dual-zone climate control, and heated seats. There was plenty of room for all passengers, and the bench could comfortably host three people in the back.

Under the hood, Toyota installed a 3.0-liter engine paired with a five-speed automatic gearbox. It used the same drivetrain from the Camry, hence the front-wheel-drive system. Starting with 2006, the car received a 3.3-liter version as well.

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Used car review: Lexus ES300 2001-08

Throughout its life, the Lexus ES300 has been the poor relation of the Lexus clan. It's not that it was badly built, underequipped or lacking in some other way; rather that it has always been seen as too closely related to the Toyota Camry on which it was based. "A Camry with leather," was the usual way of dismissing it.

However, as the months and years have passed, the ES300 has really come into its own as a used car. Not only was it well built and lavishly equipped, the fact its major mechanical components were tough-as-nails Camry stock is money in the bank. Bread-and-butter mechanicals mightn't be sexy when a model is brand new but they're rolled gold in a used car.

The first ES300 arrived in the early 1990s, based on the first wide-bodied Toyota Camry. That gave it front-wheel drive (making it unique among Lexuses) and a relatively roomy four-door body. The Lexus version had different body panels but aside from a little extra front overhang, inside it was more or less the same size as a Camry.

Those early cars had Toyota's 3.0-litre V6 and four-speed automatic transmission. While it was a smooth combination, startling performance was not its best suit. That improved in the mid-1990s when the second-generation, wide-body Camry became the basis of the Lexus and included an improved V6. Still measuring 3.0 litres, the newer engine had better punch off the line. The final iteration of the ES300 arrived in 2001, complete with 158kW from its version of the 3.0-litre V6 and a five-speed automatic to address the package's most glaring problem.

All ES300s were well-equipped and even the very first cars had cruise control, climate-control air-conditioning, full electrics, a big stereo, quality leather and touches such as a dashboard that lights up when the ignition is turned on.

To underline its place on the technology timeline, that first model was sold with either a built-in car phone or an electric sunroof. Obviously the one with the sunroof is now a better buy.

The post-1993 models are also preferable to earlier cars, because at this point dual front airbags moved from the options list to standard issue.

The driving experience is a bit like a V6 Camry on valium. The extra weight of the Lexus blunts the experience a little and the front-drive layout and softly tuned suspension make for a good ride but there's little in the way of driver involvement.

Being a Toyota product, the ES300 is a pretty tough customer. Even the early V6s are made of stern stuff and the trade doesn't consider any engine with less than 400,000kilometres to be a high-miler.

Watch for oil leaks from around the rocker covers (the front one is simple to change, the rear one is a pain) and we've heard of the odd blown head gasket on early engines. The timing belts also need to be changed every 125,000 kilometres, so a service book should be part of the deal.

Toyota experts recommend that when you have the front of the engine pulled apart to change the timing belt, you should replace the water pump and its ancillaries. Budget on at least $1000 for that work (including parts).

Ensure the interior isn't tatty as some of the lighter trim colours tend to attract dirt and check the top of the rear seat for signs of cracking - the extreme angle of the rear window allows plenty of UV in. The cover of the centre console is also prone to cracking.

Make sure all the dashboard needles and digits light up when you fire up the engine, as these often fail. A blacked-out tachometer needle isn't the end of the world but it will be fiddly and potentially expensive to fix.

Tyres showing odd wear patterns suggest the wheel alignment is not correct. At best, you'll need a four-wheel alignment; at worst, it could mean the body structure has deformed in a crash. Some metallic colours were difficult to match, so ensure all panels are the same colour in strong sunlight.

ES300s tended to be bought by older drivers, so make sure those big bumpers haven't been used as exploratory parking sensors. The same goes for the alloy wheels, which are likely to have suffered kerb rash.

While the Camry has been involved in the odd safety recall over the years, the ES300 was built in another factory in another country, which means it wasn't affected by them.

However, there was one recall for ES300s built in mid-to-late 2001. It involved a section of the horn-pad that, in some cases, could potentially become separated from the driver's airbag when it deployed. An airbag propelling any piece of shrapnel has the potential to do serious injury, so the recall was issued and owners notified by mail. A Lexus dealer will be able to tell you if your car was affected and fixed.

Need to know

  • The later the model, the better. The five-speed auto was a big improvement and the updated V6 was a more flexible performer.
  • We have seen the odd ES300 with big alloy wheels and dark-tinted windows. Be wary.
  • As they aged, many ES300s weren't serviced as they should have been. Check the service record.
  • Ensure all the electronics, particularly the dashboard, are working properly.

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Lexus ES

Motor vehicle

The Lexus ES (Japanese: レクサス・ES, Rekusasu ES) is a series of mid-size executive cars sold by Lexus, the luxury division of Toyota since 1989. Seven generations of the sedan have been introduced to date, each offering V6 engines and the front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. The first five generations of the ES were built on the Toyota Camry platform, with the sixth and seventh generations more closely related to the Avalon. Manual transmissions were offered until 1993, a lower-displacement inline-four engine became an option in Asian markets in 2010, and a gasoline-electric hybrid version was introduced in 2012. The ES was Lexus' only front-wheel drive vehicle until 1998, when the related RX was introduced, and the sedan occupied the entry-level luxury car segment of the Lexus lineup in North America and other regions until the debut of the IS in 1999. The ES name stands for "Executive Sedan".[3] However, some Lexus importers use the backronymic name, "Elegant Sedan".[4]

Introduced in 1989, the first generation ES 250 was one of two vehicles in Lexus' debut lineup, the other being the flagship LS 400. The second generation ES 300 debuted in 1991, followed by the third generation ES 300 in 1996, and the fourth generation ES 300/330 in 2001. The first- through fourth generation sedans shared body styling elements with Japan-market Toyota sedans, and a domestic market equivalent, the Toyota Windom (Japanese: トヨタ・ウィンダム, Toyota Windamu), was sold until the launch of the fifth generation ES in 2006. The word "Windom" is a combination of "win" and the suffix "dom" expresses a state of perpetual victory.[5] The fifth generation ES, featuring Lexus' own L-finesse body styling, debuted in early 2006 as a 2007 model. The sixth generation ES debuted in the first half of 2012 as a 2013 model, and features increased cabin dimensions due to a longer wheelbase which is shared with the full-size XX40 series Avalon.

Lexus has positioned the ES in the comfort luxury segment, with an emphasis on interior amenities, quietness, and ride quality,[6] in contrast with more firm-riding sport sedans.[7] Buyers seeking more performance-focused models are targeted by the Lexus IS and rival makes, with such models offering a sportier drive with differently tuned suspensions.[8] In Europe, Japan and other markets where it was not available until the seventh generation model, the GS sport sedans occupy the mid-size category in the Lexus lineup until it was cancelled August 2020.[9] In the United States, the ES has been the best-selling Lexus sedan for over fifteen years.[10][11][12]

First generation (V20; 1989)[edit]

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The first generation ES (VZV21) debuted in January 1989 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit as part of the launch of the Lexus division. In order to avoid introducing the nameplate with only one model, the LS 400, Lexus quickly developed the ES to debut alongside their flagship sedan. The smaller representative of the initial two-sedan Lexus lineup was designated the ES 250, and powered by the Camry's 2.5 L, 116 kW (156 hp) V6, which was aimed directly at the Acura Legend. The ES 250 was based on the Camry Prominent/Vista (V20). Design patents were filed on 17 November 1987, at the Japan Patent Office under the patent number 0666961-006 and registered on 8 August 1989.[16][14]

Interior of Lexus ES 250 (VZV21)

On the exterior, the ES 250 shared the same general body style and overall dimensions as its Toyota counterparts, but had a more prominent grille, bigger tail lights, chrome trim, frameless windows, and distinct wheel design similar to its LS brethren. Inside the cabin, the ES 250 featured a six-speaker Pioneer sound system, genuine wood trim, one-touch power windows, and leather seats. A four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission was offered. The Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission (ECT) featured "normal" and "power" modes.

Safety features included a driver's SRS airbag and anti-lock brakes. In typical specification, the ES 250 further included 15-inch alloy wheels, a power driver's seat, power moonroof, and CD player.[17] Leather upholstery was common equipment,[17] despite being listed as an option, while some ES 250s were also produced with cloth interiors.

Rear view of Lexus ES 250 (VZV21)

In September 1989, the ES 250 and the flagship LS 400 went on sale in the United States. The ES 250 was marketed as the "luxury sedan of sports sedans," and carried a U.S. market suggested base price of approximately $22,000. During the first month of release, the ES 250 logged 1,216 units in sales.[18] However, these numbers were eclipsed by the larger LS sedan, which unlike the ES was built on a unique and all-new platform. The original LS had been envisioned as a standalone model, but Lexus dealerships had asked for an additional vehicle to accompany its launch. Due to its similarities to the Camry, some viewed the ES 250 as a placeholder product of badge engineering and the vehicle ultimately did not sell as well as its larger counterpart. Initial perception of the ES led some to believe all the development time and research spent creating the larger LS showed that they overlooked one of the reasons the LS was developed, which was the 1986 Acura Legend, so it seems that the appearance of the LS was shrunk to fit the ES so as to compete with the Legend.

Production totaled 19,534 units in 1990 and 17,942 units in 1991, most for the automatic transmission model. Production commenced in June 1989 at Tsutsumi,[13] with the first 1990 ES 250 rolling off the production line on 30 August 1989. Production ended on 5 July 1991. Because of its relatively brief production run, the ES 250 is a rare model on US roads today.

Second generation (XV10; 1991)[edit]

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In 1987, with creation of the Lexus brand, an entry level front-wheel Lexus model was ordered for development alongside the LS 400 and other offerings. In late 1988, a final design was chosen and design patents filed utilizing a clay 1:1 design model on February 3, 1989. In September 1991, for the 1992 model year, Lexus announced the second generation ES almost one year after the introduction of the second generation Acura Legend, but before Infiniti finally decided to add a similarly classed sedan, the J30. The second generation ES shared its design with the new generation Toyota Windom (XV10), which was officially announced in Japan on 30 September 1991,[5] introduced at the October 1991 Tokyo Motor Show, and exclusive to Toyota Japan dealership sales channel called Toyota Corolla Store as the top level luxury sedan.[21] The Windom itself shared elements with the latest generation of the Japan-market V30 series Camry.[21]

1991–1994 Toyota Windom 3.0G (Japan)

Completely redesigned and now sharing design features with the XV10 series Toyota Windom and styling cues with the LS 400,[22] the model was renamed the ES 300 to reflect the half-liter increase in engine displacement to 3.0-liters. The second generation ES was significantly larger and more curvaceous than its predecessor, gaining 127 millimetres (5 in) in length and 76 millimetres (3 in) of width. On the front fascia, the ES gained projector headlamps in a curved housing and a three-slat grille with the Lexus emblem moved above on the hood. The side profile featured an invisible B-pillar and frameless-window doors. The rear deck lid featured an integrated spoiler effect similar to the flagship LS 400, improving the ES model's aerodynamics, now rated Cd=0.32.

Inside the cabin, the second generation ES featured California walnut trim on the center console, leather seats, an eight-speaker premium sound system, and keyless entry. The added wheelbase length and overall width made for increased legroom and shoulder space than the previous model. Compared to its Camry relative, the ES 300 featured separate styling, a different suspension setup with front and rear independent MacPherson strut, and added weight amounting to 90 kg (200 lb).[23] Much of this is due to increased dimensions, asphalt insulation in the body panels and additional on-board equipment. As with its predecessor, anti-lock brakes were standard.

The ES 300 sported a 138 kW (185 hp) 3.0-liter 3VZ-FE V6 engine and had an advertised 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) time of 7.9 seconds. In Japan, where the ES was badged as the Toyota Windom, a 2.5-liter 4VZ-FE version producing 128 kW (172 hp) was made available in October 1993. Lexus offered a standard five-speed E53 manual transmission and optional four-speed A540/1E automatic.

Production assembly of the ES 300 commenced on 9 September 1991, and the sedan went on sale later that year in the U.S. as a 1992 model. The sedan was not released in Europe, where similar Toyota models were offered. The second generation ES was a major sales success, becoming Lexus' best-selling vehicle overall. In its first full year of sales, the ES logged 39,652 units,[11] and throughout the following years of its production run, sales reached near or above that figure. Although the initial US base price was $26,550, this increased to over $30,000 in later years. By 1994, in part because of the rising yen and high demand,[24] the manufacturer's suggested retail price had increased to $31,200, 19.3 percent more than the original 1992 figure.[25] In 1993, a passenger airbag was added as standard equipment.


Minor updates were introduced in 1994 for the 1995 model year (August 1994 production), including: a revised grille insert (now with a three-slot grille, replacing the previous four-slot version), new headlights and fog lights, outside air temp readout, and CFC-free air conditioning. In North America, the 1994 update introduced the new all-aluminum 1MZ-FE engine with 140 kW (188 hp). This change in engine resulted in a change in model code for the car (now known as the MCV10 series). Other markets retained the 3VZ-FE engine (and thus retained the VCV10 model code).

In September 1995 for the 1996 model year, Lexus offered an ES 300 "Coach Edition", featuring select Coach leather trim in the interior and a set of Coach luggage. Despite being its final year of sales, the 1996 ES 300 logged a 21 percent increase in sales over the previous year in the US,[18] and 40,735 units were produced that year.

  • 1995 Lexus ES 300 interior

Third generation (XV20; 1996)[edit]

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From 1992 to 1996, chief engineer Kosaku oversaw development of the XV20 Lexus variant alongside the XV20 series Camry programme under project code 416T.[29] In mid-1993, an exterior design concept by Hiroshi Okamoto was approved and later frozen for production in January 1994, later being patented on 9 November 1994 at the Japanese patent office, under patent No. 0796802. The third generation ES (designated MCV20) premiered in September 1996 for the 1997 model year, featuring a design that was an evolution of the VCV10. The new cars featured a 30 percent stiffer body with a more rakish profile and sharper lines, reflector headlights (as opposed to projector headlights), and a more upscale-feeling interior. Introduced at a gala event on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills hosted by actress Sharon Stone,[30] the ES 300 featured one powertrain option, a 3.0-liter V6 capable of 150 kW (200 hp) and 290 N⋅m (214 lb⋅ft) of torque[31] and a four-speed automatic – although a 147 kW (197 hp), 2.5-liter 2MZ-FE V6 was also offered in the equivalent Japanese-market Windom. The ES 300 could go from 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 7.7 seconds. The third generation ES was also slightly longer (overall length increased by 61.0-millimetre (2.4 in)) but weighed less than the previous model, and its drag coefficient was Cd=0.29, improved over its predecessor. For the first time, an Adaptive Variable Suspension, capable of adjusting individual wheels' dampers according to road conditions (within 0.0025 seconds), was offered.

Production commenced in August 1996 at the Tsutsumi plant in Toyota, Aichi,[13] supplemented in May 1997 with Toyota Motor Kyushu's Miyata plant at Miyawaka, Fukuoka.[32]

1999–2001 Toyota Windom (Japan)
1997–1999 ES 300 interior (MCV20; US)

Inside the cabin, the ES 300 featured a new electroluminescent Lexus Optitron instrument panel, walnut trim, and leather seats. Other luxury standard features included heated outside mirrors and an automatic climate control system. A power moonroof, Nakamichi premium sound system with in-glove-box mounted CD changer, and heated seats were options.

The U.S. base price of the 1997 ES 300 was $30,395. The third generation ES expanded upon the success of the previous generation model, reaching a record-setting 58,430 units in sales in its first year,[30] and recording sales in the 35,000–50,000 range throughout its production run.

1996–1999 Lexus ES 300 (MCV20R) LXS sedan (Australia)

In 1997 for the 1998 model year, the ES received a few updates, mainly consisting of a revised supplemental restraint system (next generation), standard front row side-torso airbags, and force limiting seat belt pre-tensioners that were designed to tighten the front seat passengers into their seats upon impact. Transponder chips were now also used in the keys as to provide added protection from theft. The power rating grew to 157 kW (210 hp) in 1998 (1999 model year) due to the new 1MZ-FE engine with variable valve timing (VVT-i).[33]

The Lexus IS was introduced to European markets in 1999 and became the luxury marque's entry-level model; by this time the ES was no longer sold in most European markets. Recent versions of the ES were sold in North America, Asia, and Australia.

There was a widespread engine oil gelling issue which could block oil from parts of the engine. After a US class action lawsuit, Toyota notified US owners that engines would be overhauled or replaced for free if damaged by the buildup of gelled oil.[34]

MY2000–2001 Lexus ES 300 (MCV20; US)


The ES 300 received a mild facelift in 1999 for the 2000 model year that consisted of new, clear tail lights and turn signals, a revised front end with a new grill, headlights, and lower bumper with clear fog lights and larger alloy wheels. Inside, the interior received an electrochromatic mirror, more wood trim and slight revisions to the audio system. Xenon High-Intensity Discharge headlights with auto-leveling were now optional. From 1998 through 2001 (1999 to 2001 model years), a limited "Coach Edition" was offered, and in 1999 for 2000, a "Platinum Edition" package was offered, including power moonroof, unique interior trim, and custom alloy wheels.[35]

Fourth generation (XV30; 2001)[edit]

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As development on the XV30 series Camry began in 1997, development of the MCV30 commenced under chief engineer Kosaku Yamada, with styling being done through 1998 under design chief Makoto Oshima. In December 1998, a concept design by Kengo Matsumoto was approved and frozen for production in June 1999. Design patents were filed on 8 March 2000 at the Japan Patent Office and registered under patent No. 1098805. The larger, fourth generation ES (designated MCV30) debuted in July 2001 for the 2002 model year, one year after the Lexus IS became Lexus' entry-level car. The presence of the IS in the Lexus lineup enabled the company to give the new ES 300 a more upscale image and luxury feel by excising the sporting pretensions of the previous ES models.[40][41] The more aerodynamic shape had a drag coefficient of Cd=0.28. In Japan, the MCV30 Windom received a 2-star LEV rating.

Production occurred between July 2001 and September 2004 at the Tsutsumi plant in Toyota, Aichi,[13] supplemented until December 2002 with Toyota Motor Kyushu's Miyata plant.[32] The Toyota-badged Windom version was launched in Japan in August 2001. In January 2003, production started at the Higashi Fuji plant at Susono, Shizuoka, lasting until the XV30 ended production in February 2006.[36]

2001–2003 Toyota Windom 3.0G (Japan)
Lexus ES 300 interior (MCV30; US)

The cabin was fitted with California Walnut wood trim on the front dashboard, center console, and doors as well as exterior puddle lamps, floor-well lighting, chrome door handles, an electric rear sunblind, and rear-view mirrors that would automatically tilt downward in reverse gear. Available options, including a power rear sunshade, rain-sensing windshield wipers, a DVD-based navigation system, and a Mark Levinson premium stereo system, were similar to features on the flagship LS 430 sedan.

Other features included a drive-by-wire electronic throttle, a five-speed automatic transmission, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist as well as electronic stability and traction control systems. The fourth generation ES was built in Kyūshū and Toyota, Aichi, Japan.[42]

Lexus ES 300 (MCV30; Australia)

ES sales sold 71,450 units its first year,[43] making it the best-selling luxury car in the United States.[18] Throughout its production run, the fourth generation ES was Lexus' best-selling sedan, and outsold only in the Lexus model range by the RX luxury utility vehicle.

U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash test results in 2003 rated the ES 300 the maximum five stars in the Frontal Driver, Frontal Passenger, and Side Driver categories, and four stars in the Side Rear Passenger and Rollover categories.[44]

The catalogue photos of the Japanese-spec XV30 series Windom were shot on location in New York City, United States. The original owner's manual included a photo of the automobile with the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in the background. However, the Twin Towers were destroyed in the September 11 attacks, which occurred less than a month after the model's JDM launch. Within a month of the attacks, Toyota issued a revised owner's manual, this time with the Twin Towers digitally erased.[citation needed]


MY2006 Lexus ES 330 (MCV31)

During 2003, for the 2004 model year, the American market received a revised 3.3-liter engine producing 168 kilowatts (225 hp) (later revised to 163 kilowatts (218 hp), because of changes in SAE power testing procedures), and the car was renamed the ES 330 (codename MCV31, however, the 3.0 L engine MCV30 model was still available). Lexus released the limited ES 330 "SportDesign" special edition in 2004. The model featured the Adaptive Variable Suspension, 17-inch Y-spoke alloy wheels, Mark Levinson audio, interior upgrades, and special dark exterior colors.

In 2004 for the 2005 model year, the ES received a facelift with new front and rear fascias, clear taillights, projector headlights, and a redesigned grille. Inside, features included standard audio and display steering wheel-mounted controls, power adjustable pedals, heated and ventilated front seats, Bird's Eye Maple trim and optional integrated satellite radio. Lexus also offered an exclusive ES 330 "Black Diamond Edition" in 2005, featuring black wood trim, iridescent Black Diamond paint, and a set of Tumi luggage.

Fifth generation (XV40; 2006)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Lexus unveiled the fifth generation ES in February 2006 at the Chicago Auto Show for the 2007 model year. The line initially consisted of the ES 350 sedan, which as per previous models, featured front-wheel-drive and a V6 engine—now displacing 3.5 liters. The line was refreshed in 2009, during which more features were added, and a four-cylinder variant, the ES 240, was introduced for Asian markets. The fifth generation ES remained Lexus' top-selling sedan model in the North American and Asian markets, anchoring the marque's entry-level model lineup. Like previous generations, the fifth generation ES was geared towards the comfort luxury segment, favoring a soft ride over sporty performance.[46] It continued the previous generation's direction of moving the ES more upscale in its design and features; Lexus touted the ES 350 as faster, more powerful, more aerodynamic, and more quiet than the original LS 400 flagship.[47] Like its predecessors, the fifth generation ES continued to be made in Japan,[48] at the Kyushu plant in Fukuoka, Japan.[49] Despite being built in the country, the XV40 is left-hand drive only and was not sold in the Japanese market, as well as the other regions with right-hand drive, although the country allows both RHD and LHD vehicles on their roads.[50]


The fifth generation ES (GSV40) debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in February 2006 as the ES 350, featuring a six-speed automatic transmission with a front-wheel drive 272 hp (203 kW) aluminum 3.5 L 2GR-FEV6 engine with intake and exhaust variable valve timing. The exterior design featured an all-new body in the style of Lexus' new design philosophy, L-finesse. The new design was sleeker than its predecessor, with a streamlined cabin and character lines across the hood, fenders, and rear pillars. The Lexus emblem returned to the grille for the first time since the first generation, and was placed at the center of a five-bar horizontal grille. For the debut 2007 models, Lexus introduced a number of unique colors exclusive to the ES 350, including Aquamarine Pearl, Royal Ruby Metallic, Moon Shell Mica, and Amber Pearl. The drag coefficient was Cd 0.28.[47] Compared to the preceding fourth generation ES 300/330, the fifth generation ES 350 was 51 millimetres (2 in) longer and 10 millimetres (0.4 in) wider overall, but with shorter overhangs.[51]

Lexus ES 350 interior (GSV40)

The ES 350 interior featured walnut wood accents, leather seats, dual zone climate control with air filter, an MP3 player auxiliary input, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, and eight standard airbags. A keyless entry and ignition system, Lexus SmartAccess, which does not require the electronic remote to be taken out of the driver's pocket, was standard.[52] Available new features included a 300-watt, 14-speaker Mark Levinson premium audio system, power seat cushion extender, radar-based adaptive cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, power rear sunshade, DVD navigation system, and Lexus Park Assist, a sonar-based warning system with backup camera.[51] For the first time, the ES offered an "Ultra Luxury Package," which featured many of the aforementioned options along with a three-panel panoramic glass moonroof.[51] The ES also featured a secondary start system, that runs on battery, so that the driver does not have to use the engine for accessory functions. The secondary system allowed the driver use the radio, GPS, Bluetooth, and air conditioning/heating. The instrument panel used Optitron gauges and LED lighting.[51]

2007–2009 Lexus ES 350 with panoramic roof (GSV40; US)

Lexus estimated that the ES 350's engine-transmission combination allowed acceleration to 60 mph (97 km/h) in less than 7 seconds, but tests netted the ES 350 as being one of the fastest front-wheel drive luxury sedans then available. 0–60 mph was acquired in as little as 6.2 seconds by auto magazines, and the car showed a strong point of high-end power as it cleared the quarter-mile in 14.6 seconds while traveling at almost 100 mph (160 km/h).[53] Fuel economy was estimated at 21 mpg‑US (11.2 L/100 km; 25.2 mpg‑imp) in the city and 30 mpg‑US (7.8 L/100 km; 36.0 mpg‑imp) on the highway. Some commentators have complained that so much power to the front wheels has produced uncomfortable torque steer in both the new ES and Camry.[citation needed]

Rear view of Lexus ES 350 (GSV40)

The ES 350 arrived at U.S. dealerships in late April 2006 as a 2007 model. The 2007 base price in the U.S. was $33,470. That year, the ES 350 was launched in North America, the Middle East, China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau), South Korea and Taiwan. At the 2008 Chicago Auto Show, Lexus debuted a Pebble Beach Edition ES 350, produced in partnership with the Pebble Beach Company.[54] The Pebble Beach ES 350 came in either Truffle Mica, Pearl Silver, or Obsidian Black exterior colors, with exterior and interior badging, along with the choice of either travel or golf products by the Callaway Golf Company or Viking Range cookware.[54]

Safety features on the ES 350 included dual front airbags, knee airbags, side-torso and curtain airbags, along with traction control, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), anti-lock brakes (ABS), and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD). A pre-collision system (PCS), which incorporates a grille-mounted sensor and retracts seatbelts and triggers full braking power, was optional, and came with the distance-aware Dynamic Radar Cruise Control system.[51] The front passenger airbag used a twin-chamber design for reduced occupant discomfort upon deployment.[51] The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash test results in 2007 rated the ES 350 the maximum five stars in the Frontal Driver, Frontal Passenger, and Side Driver categories, and four stars in the Side Rear Passenger and Rollover categories.[55]

2007–2009 Lexus ES 350 (GSV40; US)

See also: 2009–2010 Toyota vehicle recalls

Toyota recalled and replaced 55,000 optional all-weather rubber floor mats from the Camry and ES 350 in September 2007,[56] citing the risk of unsecured mats jamming the accelerator pedal. In August 2009, the NHTSA probed the ES 350 following 40 acceleration control complaints, eight crashes and 12 injuries, with floor mats implicated in most cases.[57][58] An accident involving a loaner ES 350 killed four persons near San Diego on 28 August.[59] The NHTSA and San Diego County Sheriff's Department found that the car was wrongly fitted with an unsecured SUV rubber floor mat;[60][61] the mat had jammed the accelerator,[61][62] which an earlier driver had complained about.[61] On 29 September, a Toyota safety notice advised floor mat removal, shift to Neutral (N) gear in an emergency, with a 3-second push buttonignition press for engine shutoff.[63] On 29 November, the 2007–2010 MY floor mat recall was revised to add shorter accelerator pedals, thinner replacement mats, and a brake override feature which ignores accelerator input when the brake pedal is depressed.[64]


2010 Lexus ES 350 (GSV40; US)

In 2009, the 2010 model year ES underwent a mid-cycle facelift. A slightly revised grille resembled that of the new HS 250h, and the lower bumper and taillights were changed. Other exterior changes included chrome-trimmed side moulding, turn signal indicators on the side mirrors, and new split 5-spoke alloy wheels. Memory seating, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and rear seat-mounted side-impact airbags were now standard. The steering wheel controls now had hard touch buttons as opposed to the previous soft ones. The navigation system shared with the then current RX now included upgraded VoiceBox speech recognition, Bluetooth phone book downloading, and Lexus Insider, XM Weather, Sports, and Stocks reports, and switched from DVD based maps to an internal hard drive. Bluetooth streaming audio and a USB port that included iPod integration was now built into the stereo.

In 2010, the revised ES line gained a brake override feature which ignored accelerator input when the brake pedal was depressed, which was installed on new builds from January 2010.[64] Debuting first in the Chinese auto market, the 2010 ES lineup added a second model, the ES 240 (ACV40), which was produced to comply with the country's new emission laws for luxury cars,[65] making it the first gasoline four-cylinder Lexus since the 2005 IS. The ES 240 received a 2.4L 2AZ-FEinline-four engine producing 123 kW (165 hp) and 224 N⋅m (165 ft⋅lbf) of torque at 4000 rpm.[66]

Several awards won by the fifth generation ES include 2009 Best Upscale Car for the Money from U.S News & World Report,[67]AutoPacific 2009 Vehicle Satisfaction Award for Best Mid-size Luxury Car,[68] and Best New Luxury Car (under $50k) Award in 2007 at the Canadian Car of the Year Awards, selected by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada.[69] The ES 350 has also been named Consumer Guide 2008 Best Buy in the Premium Midsize Class,[70]ConsumerSearch Best "budget" luxury sedan of 2008,[71]Kiplinger's Personal Finance Best New Car for 2007, and Best in Class for 2008,[72]Intellichoice Best Car Value Over $23,000 for 2007,[73] and Polk Automotive Loyalty award for 2008.[74]

Sixth generation (XV60; 2012)[edit]

Motor vehicle


Lexus ES 300h (AVV60; pre-facelift)

The sixth generation ES was revealed on 4 April 2012 at the New York International Auto Show.[79] For its sixth generation, the model was introduced in ES 350 and hybridES 300h versions. The ES 350 came with a six-speed automatic transmission, while the hybrid ES 300h models came with an eCVT. Despite the fact that the redesigned ES and the XV50 series Camry still share the same platform, the two vehicles are somewhat less mechanically related, as the ES is now more closely related to the XX40 series Avalon which also uses a 2,800 mm (111 in) wheelbase.[79] The interior added the Lexus Remote Touch interface.[79] Several safety features were introduced for the 2013 model year such as Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Lane Departure Alert (LDA), and Pre-Collision System (PCS). All models had a backup camera and 10 airbags.[80]

The ES 250 made its world debut at the April 2012 Auto China in Beijing. This car is equipped with a 2.5-liter inline-four engine and a six-speed automatic transmission. ES 250, ES 300h, and ES 350 models are being offered in China.[81] Production started on 6 July 2012 at Toyota Mptor Kyushu's Miyata plant.[82]

This generation is export-only, not sold in Japan where it is manufactured,[83] but has been offered in right-hand drive since late 2013, being sold in Australia,[84] Brunei,[85][86] South Africa,[87] New Zealand,[citation needed] Singapore,[88] Hong Kong,[89] Malaysia,[90] and Indonesia.[citation needed]


Lexus ES 350 (GSV60; facelift)
Lexus ES 300h (AVV60; facelift)

The facelifted ES was unveiled at the April 2015 Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition.[91] Production of the updated ES 350 began at the Kentucky plant on 19 October 2015 for the 2016 model year—the first Lexus vehicle manufactured in the US.[76]

The ES is also manufactured by Toyota Motor Kyushu for markets outside North America. This plant also supplies the hybrid ES to all global markets, as the Kentucky plant builds the ES 350 only and does not build the ES 300h.[citation needed]

Seventh generation (XZ10; 2018)[edit]


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Motor vehicle

Seventh generation (XZ10)
2019 Lexus ES 350, front 5.19.20.jpg

2019 Lexus ES 350 (GSZ10, US)

ProductionAugust 2018 – present
Model years2019–present
DesignerYasuo Kajino (chief: 2013-2016)[93]
Body style4-door sedan
PlatformTNGA: GA-K[93]
RelatedToyota Avalon (XX50)
Electric motor88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS) 3NMsynchronous (ES 300h)
Power output
  • 127 kW (170 hp; 173 PS) (ES 200, M20A-FKS)
  • 152 kW (204 hp; 207 PS) (ES 250/260)
  • 131 kW (176 hp; 178 PS) (ES 300h, gasoline engine only); 160 kW (215 hp; 218 PS) (ES 300h, combined system output)[93]
  • 225 kW (302 hp; 306 PS) (ES 350)
  • 6-speed automatic (ES 200; 6AR-FSE)
  • 8-speed automatic (ES 250/260/ES 350)
  • CVT (ES 200; M20A-FKS)
  • eCVT (ES 300h)[94]
Wheelbase2,870 mm (113.0 in)[93]
Length4,960 mm (195.3 in)[93]
Width1,865 mm (73.4 in)[93]
Height1,445 mm (56.9 in)[93]
Curb weight1,655 kg (3,649 lb) (ES 350)

The seventh generation ES was unveiled at the April 2018 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. It is built on the same GA-K platform as the XX50 series Avalon.[95] The F Sport variant also made its debut in this generation.[96] All models come equipped with Lexus Safety System+ 2.0.

The facelift model was unveiled in April 2021.[97] It's the first year that offered in AWD, the 50/50 maximum torque distribution provided equal torque between the front and rear wheels. The ES didn't get as much updates on the exterior – the grill has a similar spindle with horizontal slats instead of a mesh design. On the sides of the car, smaller side scoops were used than the previous model. The day time running lights got updated, featuring V-shaped LEDs. The interior also got updated. The infotainment system got a touch-screen, and it also had the touch pad from the center console. The standard 8-inch was moved up an extra 4.3 inches for easier accessibility. A 12.3-inch unit was offered in 2021. There were also rear view cameras added instead mirrors for better visibility, and they were installed at the bottom of the A-pillar. [98]




The seventh generation ES is the first to be sold in Europe, replacing the GS.[100] It went on sale from September 2018 in Russia and other Eastern markets and from December 2018 in Western and Central Europe.[101]

  • 2019 Lexus ES 300h F Sport (AXZH10)

  • 2019 Lexus ES 300h F Sport (interior)


Digital outer mirror used on the Japanese market ES 300h

The ES was scheduled to be available in Japanese dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2018, making the debut of ES in the Japanese domestic market since the discontinuation of the XV30-based Windom as well as the introduction of Lexus brand to Japan 13 years prior.[102]

Initial deliveries of ES 300h started on 24 October 2018 in Japan, where it replaced the smaller HS 250h and served as a front-wheel-drive counterpart of GS.

The Hong Kong model was unveiled on 15 September 2018. Models included the ES250 Executive/Premium and the ES300h Executive/Premium.[103] Lexus Safety System+ became standard in 2019.[104]

The Thailand model was unveiled on 17 August 2018. Models included the ES 300h Luxury/Grand Luxury/Premium.[105]

Lexus began local assembly of the ES 300h in India, at its new assembly line at Toyota India's plant in January 2020. Lexus is said to have invested $100 million in this new assembly line.[106]

North America[edit]

United States[edit]

2021 Lexus ES 250 AWD (AXZA15, US)

2019 Lexus ES 350 (GSZ10, US)

In the US, the ES lineup went on sale in September 2018.[107]

The US market ES was redesigned with an F Sport Trim that was never available on the ES line. This was done to attract a younger audience into purchasing or leasing an ES.[108] The 2019 model year line-up includes three trim levels – the base 3.5-liters trim, the Hybrid trim and the F Sport 3.5-liters trim. All ES models comes standard with Lexus Safety System+ 2.0 that includes Pre-Collision System (PCS) with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) and Road Sign Assist (RSA). The ES also features Apple CarPlay as an option as well. Other options include the Mark Levinson surround sound by Harman Kardon and navigation with Amazon Alexa support.[109]

Originally, only the ES 350 and ES 300h were offered. In 2020, for the 2021 model year, the ES 250 was added that also introduced AWD. A Black Line Special Edition package was also added for the F Sport.[110] For the hybrid, the nickel-metal hydride battery was replaced by a more compact lithium-ion battery. The 119 mm (4.7 in) reduction in the height of the pack freed up trunk space, and the lower weight improved the front-to-rear weight distribution, which benefited handling.[111]

Sales and production[edit]

Sales by calendar year
US 4,728[112]20,728[113]22,476[114]39,652[11]35,655[115]39,108[116]41,508[117]44,773[30]58,430[30]48,644[118]45,860[119]
US 41,320[120]44,847[120]71,450[121]65,762[122]75,916[123]67,577[124]75,987[124]82,867[125]64,135[125]48,485[126]48,652[127]
US 40,873[128]56,158[128]72,581[129]72,508[130]64,969[131]58,299[132]51,398[133]48,484[134]51,336[135]43,292[136]
Production by calendar year
Global n/a n/a 91,209[137]82,025[138]93,004[138]79,422[139]87,271[139]121,286[140]99,400[141]74,481[141]89,212[142]

Hybrid sales[edit]

Technical specifications[edit]

Drivetrain specifications by generation
Generation Year(s) Model name Engine Transmission Power Torque
First 1989–1991 ES 250 2.5 L V6 4-speed AT or 5-speed MT 116 kW (156 hp) @ 5600 rpm 220 N⋅m (160 lb⋅ft) @ 4400 rpm
Second 1991–1996 ES 300 3.0 L V6 4-speed AT or 5-speed MT 138 kW (185 hp) @ 5600 rpm 264 N⋅m (195 lb⋅ft) @ 4400 rpm
Third 1996–2001 ES 300 3.0 L V6 4-speed AT 150 kW (200 hp) @ 5600 rpm 290 N⋅m (210 lb⋅ft) @ 4400 rpm
Fourth 2001–2003 ES 300 3.0 L V6 5-speed AT 160 kW (210 hp) @ 5600 rpm 300 N⋅m (220 lb⋅ft) @ 4400 rpm
2003–2006 ES 330 3.3 L V6 5-speed AT 168 kW (225 hp) @ 5600 rpm 330 N⋅m (240 lb⋅ft) @ 3600 rpm
Fifth 2006–2012 ES 350 3.5 L V6 6-speed AT 203 kW (272 hp) @ 6200 rpm 346 N⋅m (255 lb⋅ft) @ 4700 rpm
2010–2012 ES 240 2.4 L I4 5-speed AT 123 kW (165 hp) @ 6000 rpm 224 N⋅m (165 lb⋅ft) @ 4000 rpm
Sixth 2012–2018 ES 250 2.5 L I4 6-speed AT 135 kW (181 hp) @ 6000 rpm 245 N⋅m (181 lb⋅ft) @ 4100 rpm
2012–2018 ES 300h 2.5 L I4 (hybrid) eCVT 149 kW (200 hp) @ 5700 rpm 279 N⋅m (206 lb⋅ft) @ 4500 rpm
2012–2018 ES 350 3.5 L V6 6-speed AT 203 kW (272 hp) @ 6200 rpm 345 N⋅m (254 lb⋅ft) @ 4700 rpm
2015–2018 ES 200 2.0 L I4 6-speed AT 123 kW (165 hp) @ 6500 rpm 199 N⋅m (147 lb⋅ft) @ 4600 rpm
Seventh ES 200 2.0 L I4 CVT 129 kW (173 hp) @ 6600 rpm 206 N⋅m (152 lb⋅ft) @ 4,400–4,900 rpm
2018–present ES 250/ES 260 2.5 L I4 8-speed AT 152 kW (204 hp) @ 6600 rpm 247 N⋅m (182 lb⋅ft) @ 5000 rpm
2018–present ES 300h 2.5 L I4 (hybrid) eCVT 160 kW (210 hp) @ 5700 rpm 300 N⋅m (220 lb⋅ft) @ 3600 rpm
2018–present ES 350 3.5 L V6 8-speed AT 225 kW (302 hp) @ 6600 rpm 362 N⋅m (267 lb⋅ft) @ 4700 rpm
2018–present ES 200 2.0 L I4 6-speed AT 123 kW (165 hp) @ 6500 rpm 199 N⋅m (147 lb⋅ft) @ 4600 rpm


  • U.S. News & World Report named the 2009 ES 350 the Best Upscale Car for the Money.[67]
  • Consumer Reports named the ES 350 the highest ranked upscale/large car in reliability in its 2006 annual car survey.[143]
  • The Canadian Car of the Year Awards (selected by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada) gave the ES 350 its Best New Luxury Car (under $50k) Award in 2007.[69]
  • J.D. Power and Associates named the ES 300 the best entry luxury car in Initial Quality in 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2006.[144][145][146]
  • Intellichoice gave the ES 330 the Best Overall Value Award in the Near Luxury Segment in 2004, 2005, and 2007.[147][148][149]
  • Kelley Blue Book gave the ES its Best to Hold Value Award in 1998 and 2001.[150]
  • J.D. Power named the ES as one of the Top Ten in Initial Quality in 1991, 1993, and 1994.
  • The ES series was named most appealing entry luxury car by J.D. Power and Associates in 1997, 2001 and 2007.[150]
  • Kiplinger's Personal Finance report named the ES Best in Class for the over $30,000 segment in 1993, and the ES was a Top Pick in 2007.[72]
  • Automobile Magazine named the ES one of its Top Ten All-Stars in 1992.


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