This year's Lexus ES 350 offers many luxury features—“enough gizmos to embarrass a Best Buy salesman,” Motor Trend says.
Standard features include “real wood trim on the doors and center console, a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, keyless access and start, and chic LED lighting,” Cars.com reports. Mother Proof comments that despite its relatively high cost, "you get so much with this car that you don't necessarily get with same-priced SUVs!" Some of the "mom-friendly goodies" reported on here include a backseat skylight, LATCH connectors, and a first aid/tool kit.
Cars.com reports other "noteworthy options" include a panorama glass roof, a power rear sunshade, front and rear parking sensors, and a voice-activated navigation system with rearview camera that "makes judging the distance between the ES 350's back bumper and another car or object a breeze." Audiophiles will appreciate the "Mark Levinson Surround Sound" stereo system, and one can watch DVD movies on the navigation screen when the Lexus ES 350 is parked.