There are few brands on the market today that produce vehicles of the same quality that Lexus provides each year. The 2019 Lexus ES 300H is no different.
Starting with the exterior, the new ES 300H makes a strong first impression. Whereas hybrids used to be lacking in style, the ES300H looks like just another beautiful Lexus. The strong front-grille grabs attention, while the smooth contour lines give the car the classic Lexus elegance.
Inside, the cabin of the ES 300H was built with meticulous detail. The car seats up to five people, and there’s plenty of room even for tall adults. The infotainment system features the Lexus Remote Touch controller, which operates like a computer mouse. Drivers and passengers can connect their devices to access their music, messages, and phone calls.
As for performance, the 2019 Lexus ES 300H provides plenty of power despite being a hybrid. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine combines with an electric motor to deliver an impressive 200 horsepower. Also, few vehicles can match its efficiency at an EPA-estimated 40 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway.
Q: Why should I lease instead of buy?
A: Most people don’t have experience driving a hybrid. By leasing the 2018 Lexus ES 300H, you get the opportunity to see whether or not the car is for you without making a significant long-term commitment. You can structure your lease agreement in such a way that works for you and your situation.
Q: What if I decide to cancel my contract? Is this possible?
A: Of course. You aren’t stuck in your contract forever. While most people are happy with their lease and stick with it until the end, there are a few people who occasionally need to cancel their contract for whatever reason. As long as you pay the fee, you’re free to exit your agreement.
Q: My friend has never driven a hybrid before. Can they drive my car?
A: As tempting as it can be to show off your new ES 300H to your friends by letting them drive it, nobody can drive your vehicle without being on your lease agreement. If you do allow someone to drive your Lexus who isn’t on your lease, it could potentially incur a penalty, depending on the lease agreement.
Q: I damaged my car just a little bit. Do you cover that?
A: In most lease agreements, you typically assume all responsibility for any damages to your car.
At Oz Leasing, we’re changing the way that the automotive industry operates. While leasing a car used to be a huge hassle, we’ve boiled it down to a simple do-it-yourself system that allows you to take care of everything from your home.
If you don’t feel like leaving your house, we’ll even bring your new Lexus straight to you.
For more information, give us a call today.