• David Fox Posted: 11/7/2009 2:17pm PST

    The H250h is the only Lexus rated for regular gas.

  • taylor Posted: 7/10/2009 5:01am PDT

    $35k seems oddly low for a Lexus. I'm not sure what your logic was for the $35k price point. A moderately equipped 250IS is around $35k (and goes up from there). Hybrids usually command a significant premium...so something closer to $40k seems more realistic. (Maybe Lexus will advertise around the $35k base...but as we all know in the luxury car game the actual price out the door will be significantly higher.)

  • kate Posted: 7/1/2009 4:15am PDT

    I am looking for a hybrid car for a couple of years. Besides the cheap looking interior, I really like the Prius. I am very excited about the H250h has a better interior also a hybrid car made from Toyota. I wish HS250h price staring at $30k. Because with the economy saturation, if Lexus can lower the HS 250h price, many people will concern to have one.

  • Steve Posted: 6/2/2009 8:03am PDT

    I am in this boat - I am looking to buy the HS or Prius in the Spring of 2010. I think $35K would be ok for the base price, but if adding all the cool tech options (which I want) puts it over $42K I'm out! I'll go for the loaded Prius - what really turns me off the Prius is the funky speedo placement. Also, where I live, the Lexus dealer is much more accessible. What I wish I could have is a hybrid version of the Lincoln MKZ (Ford Fusion twin).

  • R2dad Posted: 5/31/2009 12:48pm PDT

    The Pius has become too much of a red herring for me, driven by too many pompous "I'm saving the planet" faux-environmentalists. I might be interested in this sedan, though don't care about all the electronic gizmos. Just looking for a sedan that is a hybrid, rather than a Hybrid Sedan.

  • JKD Posted: 5/29/2009 2:11pm PDT

    "35K"

    35K is too much for me but I'm sure this car will find many buyers at thisprice point. I myself would buy a mid-priced Camry hybrid - it's my favorite out of the whole bunch (Fusion is too small, too scarce, too expensive, and too MPG-overrated.)