By Matt Schmitz on April 6, 2014
The 2014 Lexus ES 350 is far from the automaker's most expensive car and nowhere near the priciest in the class. Still, Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek says if you seek a high-end car that lets you stretch out in plush comfort, you needn’t reach any deeper into your pocketbook than Lexus' midsize ES 350 sedan. Backseat legroom trumps the flagship LS 460's available space, while the cabin is dressed in classy, high-grade materials. Moreover, despite competitors' emphasis on sporty performance, Bruzek appreciated the ES 350's leisurely attitude. Read the review below.
Cars.com photo by Joe Bruzek
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