How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2024 Lexus ES Hybrid Cost?
The Lexus ES Hybrid is one of the most practical luxury cars on the market. It has all of the Lexus brand hallmarks of safety, reliability, and overall quality, but it’s also very efficient. According to EPA estimates, its hybrid powertrain returns up to 44 combined mpg and doesn’t require premium gas.
On top of all of its other virtues, the Lexus ES Hybrid benefits from a diverse model range. All ES Hybrid models have the same powertrain, but five unique trim levels are available. Let’s look at the cost of this premium sedan and what you can expect to pay for a fully-loaded model.
How much does the base 2024 Lexus ES Hybrid cost?
The 2024 Lexus ES Hybrid has a starting price of $44,590 for the base ES 300h trim. Every ES 300h model is powered by the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired hybrid powertrain. It’s rated at 215 horsepower, and they all have front-wheel drive. A few standard features on every model include an 8-inch touchscreen display, NuLuxe faux leather interior trim, LED headlights and taillights, a power moonroof, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and much more.
Upgrading to the Luxury model starts at $49,760. It adds several excellent features over the base trim like a 14-way power driver’s seat, a quilted semi-aniline leather-trimmed interior, heated and cooled front seats, wood trim with ambient lighting, intuitive parking assist with audi braking and a 360-degree camera, a wireless charging pad, and a heated steering wheel.
The Sport Design trim ($48,975) adds a sportier look. It adds the F Sport appearance package, dark exterior trim, 19-inch alloy wheels with a gloss black finish, and a rear spoiler. The F Sport Handling model ($50,885) expands on the sporty look of the F Sport appearance package by adding performance-inspired instrumentation, bolstered front seats, and an adaptive variable suspension system.
The 2024 Lexus ES Hybrid Ultra Luxury trim and available add-ons
The top Ultra Luxury trim of the Lexus ES 300h starts at $53,480. However, it can go even higher when fully loaded. Additional standard features over the luxury trim include a power trunk with a kick sensor, a head-up display, rear side window sunshades, 18-inch noise-reduction wheels with a Vapor Chrome finish, and a 12.3-inch infotainment system.
The Ultra Luxury trim is so well-equipped that it only has a few additional options you can add to it. A few premium paint options add $500 to the price, including Eminent White Pearl, Iridium, and Cloudburst Gray. A rich Mark Levinson 17-speaker premium audio system costs an extra $1,080, and triple-beam LED headlights cost an additional $1,215. Also, a SmartAccess card key is available for $100.
Add it all up, and the total price of a fully-loaded Lexus ES Hybrid comes to $56,375. That might seem like a lot to pay for a Lexus ES. However, it’s still pretty affordable compared to a more expensive German executive car like the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and Audi A6, which all have starting prices higher than a fully-loaded 2024 Lexus ES Hybrid.