The Lexus ES is the brand’s best-selling sedan. In its six-generation lifespan, it has sold more than 2.18 million units globally, with 1 million of those units going to United States residents.
Though the ES isn’t the base entry into Lexus, it’s still one of the more affordable options if you’re looking for something in the midsize luxury category.
Now for 2019, Lexus ups the ante for a seventh generation, adding more standard content, more sport and more efficiency.
It also has a somewhat polarizing design with the signature Lexus spindle grille. But that’s one of the design elements I really love on the new ES.