Sticker price on the ES 350 is significantly lower than that of its European competitors, with the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at just under $37,000. Fully loaded, with the Ultra Luxury Package, Mark Levinson premium audio, pre-collision and dynamic radar cruise control system and wheel upgrade, it will be closer to the $46,000 mark, closing in on the price gap between the ES 350 and its competition. These numbers rank fairly close to that of its mid-size American and Japanese rivals, including the Acura TL, Cadillac CTS, Infiniti G37 and Lincoln MKZ. Nevertheless, the ES 350 proves to be worth the dollar amount in the long run as it not only boasts reliability, but also tends to retain higher-than-average resale value.
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What’s it up against?
This one’s tough to answer: The ES doesn’t really have many direct rivals aside from the Ford Fusion-based Lincoln MKZ, the Cadillac CTS , the Acura TL and the Volvo S80 since the segment is all-b ...
The system sounds the alarm and flashes the lights when forcible entry is detected. Triggering of the alarm The alarm is triggered in the following situations: A locked door is unlocked or opened ...
Gizmos & Amenities
Our test model came pretty nicely equipped with the stuff you'd expect in a luxury car: heated and cooled seats, navigation system, power-closing hatch, rear-seat entertainment system, and leather ...