At a Glance
|Pricing||$37,030 - $39,800|
|Engines||2.4l I4 HEV|
|Fuel Economy||35 (city), 34 (highway)|
The Lexus lineup includes two dedicated hybrid models. The larger HS is similar in size to the Toyota Prius, but executed as a more traditional looking luxury sedan. The HS hybrid system pairs a larger displacement four-cylinder engine with electric drive motors yielding a net horsepower rating of 187-bhp. The HS is rated by the EPA at 35 / 34 (city/highway), which is significantly lower than other hybrid models from Lexus and Toyota. The HS equips common power equipment and leather seating as standard equipment with prices starting in the mid-to-upper thirties.
As the world's first dedicated luxury hybrid, the HS 250h brought sustainable luxury to the forefront of the luxury market. The HS 250h hybrid sedan continues to demonstrate innovative engineering in a sustainable package. In its third model year, Lexus' first dedicated hybrid model features one new exterior color as Nebula Gray Pearl replaces Smoky Granite Mica for 2012. Designers and engineers took the opportunity to create a truly unique luxury car that maximizes fuel economy...Read.
|HS 250h||2.4l I4 HEV (147-bhp)||CVT||FWD||35/34/35||44||$37,030|
|HS 250h Touring||2.4l I4 HEV (147-bhp)||CVT||FWD||35/34/35||47||$38,630|
|HS 250h Premium||2.4l I4 HEV (147-bhp)||CVT||FWD||35/34/35||47||$39,800|