Deviating from the small-and-sporty tendency of its entry-level luxury peers, the 2014 Lexus ES 350 alternatively emphasizes the roomy-and-cozy. Vehicles.com reviewer Joe Bruzek notes that the sedan’;s spaciousness comes from its switch to the Toyota Avalon platform from the Camry, and the outcome is legroom your backseat passengers just won’;t get with competitors. Front-seat comfort and interior materials top quality have been debatable for our editors, and the lack of optional all-wheel drive is unfortunate, but Bruzek says beneath standard driving circumstances, the ES 350’;s muscular 268-horsepower V-6 will not disappoint. Observe the video.
2014 Lexus ES 350: What’s Transformed