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2019 Lexus ES 300h Hybrid Review

If you’re looking for the most efficient luxury car in America without a plug, or simply the luxury car that’ll cost you the least to own, look no further than the 44 MPG Lexus ES Hybrid. The all-new model doubles down on efficiency, interior refinements...

2019 Lexus ES 350 Review

Back in 1989, the Lexus ES launched the Lexus brand alongside the LS flagship. Unlike the LS or the GS and IS that launched later, the ES has always been a different kind of luxury car. Instead of trying to compete with the German options head-on (as Lexus does with...

2019 BMW MX6M Review

I admit that I am a fan of the way the X6 looks and the way the X6M drives, but I have troubles getting behind the loss of passenger room and practicality vs the BMW X5. It’s made even more vexing by the fact that comparably equipped the X6 isn’t any...

2018 Lexus LS 500 Review

Nearly 30 years ago Toyota rocked the luxury car world by creating an all-new luxury brand and an all-new flagship sedan: the first Lexus LS. The LS was a game changer, not just because it quickly became a reliability legend, but because it proved that making a luxury...