Q. Which is better among Lexus ES300H, BMW 520D and Mercedes E220D in terms of overall package?
| 1 week ago
If you are looking for a feature-rich car with a powerful petrol engine then we'd recommend going with the Lexus ES 300h as the car offers comfortable ride quality, sharp styling, generous cabin space, and a perfect balance of performance and efficiency. ES 300h is powered by a 2.5-litre petrol engine and an 88kW electric motor which combined takes the power figures to 217PS and has a claimed mileage of 22.37kmpl. Moreover, the car offers a handful list of features such as 10 airbags, ABS with EBD, hill launch assist, vehicle stability control, 14-way electrically adjustable driver seat, 12-way electrically adjustable passenger seat, power reclining rear seats, cruise control, head-up display, wireless mobile charger, 3-zone climate control, 17-speaker Mark Levinson music system, and much more. Moreover, we'd recommend taking a test drive of the car for a better insight into the performance, comfort and compatibility. Follow the link for dealership details - Lexus Car Showrooms Read more: - 2018 Lexus ES 300h: First Drive Review
Q. Is this car is eligible to survive speed breakers & up to how much years this car stays in good condition if it is maintained very well. - ES?
| 3 months ago
There is no accurate year, that the car will work at that time or else good condition, maintained very well it will work till 6to 10 years and is a luxury car and luxury cars and more reliable so it can work more also if driven properly and these cars can go 1to5 lakh KMS also
Q. How was the first ride - ES?
| 6 months ago
Lexus, Toyota's luxury arm, is looking to muscle onto the turf of the Europeans. But, what bait does the ES 300h sedan dangle to tempt the spoiled-for-choice car buyer away from the competition. We take a quick spin to figure that out. It is difficult to justify the ES 300h's price tag, and it's a close and obvious relationship to the Toyota Camry Hybrid makes the paper comparisons harder to digest. Its price also pits it against more established and bigger vehicles such as the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Audi’s A6. However, the space on offer is a high point. Most notable, of course, is Lexus’ hybrid powertrain which gives the ES an advantage that the others just can’t match. The ES 300h offers a more ecologically responsible and economical-to-run luxury sedan. When you back that with maintenance costs that are virtually half of the competition’s, the Lexus ES 300h certainly makes a robust case for itself, albeit a pricey one.
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