Does the 2016 Lexus ES Price Buy the High-end Amenities You’re Looking for?
Drivers in the market for a luxury sedan are likely to research the 2016 Lexus ES price as they search for their next car.
For the cost of the ES, will drivers get the value and amenities they’re looking for? Or does a competing vehicle like the 2016 Acura TLX offer greater value and more of the high-end features drivers want?
Keep reading as we compare these luxury models side by side to reveal which nameplate offers consumers more for their money.
Trim levels and pricing for the TLX are as follows:
- TLX 2.4 8-DCT P-AWS: $31,695 MSRP*
- TLX 3.5 V-6 9-AT P-AWS: $35,320 MSRP*
- TLX 3.5 V-6 9-AT SH-AWD: $41,575 MSRP*
The Lexus ES 350 lineup comprises the following trims and prices:
- ES 350: Pricing begins at $38,100 MSRP
- ES 300h: Pricing begins at $41,020 MSRP
Amenities for the Money
For that base-model price, the Acura TLX provides various features that the base-model ES 350 does not, including standard two-driver memory adjustment for locks, headlights, exterior mirrors, HVAC, and seating. The ES 350, in contrast, only provides driver memory settings for locks and headlights and only as an optional upgrade at a higher cost.
Other features offered standard in the base-model TLX that are either not available in the ES 350 or are only offered as an optional upgrade include heated front seats, which are only offered as an available upgrade in the ES 350; noise cancellation technology, which is not available in the ES 350; and front armrest storage compartments, which are not available in the ES 350.
Take a Closer Look
Drivers can further explore the outstanding offerings of the 2016 Acura TLX at any Michigan Acura Dealers location.
Stop by or contact any of our affiliated dealerships today to learn more about the TLX. A knowledgeable member of our team will be on hand to walk you through the various options and features of the TLX, answer any questions you may have, and then get you behind the wheel and out on the road for a test drive.
*Prices shown are Acura suggested retail prices only and do not include taxes, license, or a $940 destination and handling charge. Acura vehicle accessory costs, labor, and installation vary. Dealers set their own prices. Please consult your selected dealer.