2019 Lexus ES 350 F Sport First Drive | Review | Edmunds

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The 2019 Nautilus replaces the MKX as Lincoln's midsize SUV offering, and it is more than just a name change. Lincoln has updated the styling and added more options for powertrains and safety suites, as well as bundled various concierge-type services in with Lincoln leasing or ownership. It's part of a move to give each Lincoln model its own identity. Does the newly named Nautilus rise to the top? Edmunds special correspondent Elana Scherr takes a first drive around Santa Barbara, California, in a 2019 Black Label Gala-themed Nautilus. Q: Why did Lincoln go with a smaller engine for the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus? A: On first glance it might seem like a downgrade to have the base engine in MKX (the V6) become the top engine in the Nautilus. But Lincoln says the change from a six-speed transmission to the new eight-speed allows the smaller 250-horsepower turbo 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine to match the performance of the previous V6 and get better mileage. And it says the 335-hp twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6 with the new eight-speed performs better still and gets more miles on each tank. Previously the MKX was rated at 19 or 20 mpg combined, depending on the configuration, and through the magic of more gears, the front-wheel-drive Nautilus gets 23 mpg combined with the 2.0-liter engine and 21 mpg combined with the 2.7-liter. The combined figure drops 1 mpg if you go with the optional all-wheel drive, but the fuel economy ratings still beat the previous year's. Q: Is the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus rear-wheel-drive? A: The 2019 Lincoln Nautilus is a front-wheel-drive platform, and it's also available in an all-wheel-drive configuration. In typical driving situations, the Nautilus is FWD, only engaging the rear wheels as driving wheels when it senses the driver needs more grip, like on a slippery driveway. Q: The 2018 Lincoln Navigator had a great interior. How does the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus compare? A: While the interior in the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus isn't quite as jaw-dropping as the Lincoln Navigator's or the Continental's, it is in keeping with Lincoln's push to be stylish and innovative in interior design. The seats are comfortable and adjustable, and all the controls and storage compartments are within easy reach. Edmunds – we help you find your perfect car with unbiased and useful reviews, advice, pricing and tools. Visit us at https://www.edmunds.com/.

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Associate Staff Writer Will Kaufman traveled to Nashville to get his hands on the newest generation of America's best-selling midsize luxury sedan, the 2019 Lexus ES. In this preliminary review, he'll talk about what sets the 2019 ES 350, the ES 300h hybrid and, of course, the ES 350 F Sport apart from the previous model. Lexus' extensive redesign has improved the ES in just about every way, and the new F Sport trim is meant to up the nameplate's sporting appeal. Has Lexus made the old standby into something worth getting excited about?

Q: When will the 2019 Lexus ES be available?
A: The new ES will go on sale later this year.

Q: How much will the 2019 Lexus ES cost?
A: Official pricing has not yet been announced but shouldn't differ greatly from the current generation. Lexus expects pricing to start at around $39,000.

Q: What engine does the 2019 Lexus ES use?
A: The ES 350 uses a 3.5-liter V6 that has been bumped up to 302 horsepower, while the hybrid drivetrain in the ES 300h now makes 215 hp and returns an impressive 44 mpg combined.

Q: How does the 2019 Lexus ES compare to the Lexus GS?
A: The GS is a rear-wheel-drive car that competes more directly with traditional luxury sport sedans. Especially in GS F guise, it's a roaring good time. However, it's also a little smaller and offers less interior room than the front-wheel-drive ES.

Q: Does the 2019 Lexus ES have all-wheel drive?
A: While Lexus has said it is "investigating" all-wheel drive, the ES is only available as a front-wheel-drive car.

Q: Where is the 2019 Lexus ES made?
A: The Lexus is made in Lexus' Kentucky plant and in Kyushu, Japan. ES 350 models are made in both plants, while the ES 300h is assembled exclusively in Japan.

*Correction: Lexus is looking into the inclusion of Android Auto, but no decision has been made about if it will come to Lexus vehicles and, if it does, how it will be added or what that addition would require in terms of software or hardware updates.

Read our First Drive of the 2019 Lexus ES here: https://www.edmunds.com/car-news/first-impressions/2019-lexus-es-first-drive.html

Read our review here: https://www.edmunds.com/lexus/es-350/

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