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2007 Lexus ES 350 Overview
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The fifth generation of Lexus ES sedans debuts this year with the new ES 350. The new badge signifies an engine replacement, which aimed to provide a much needed power boost. Even though the new ES still competes on the lower end of the luxury scale, it has progressed beyond many of the earlier flagship LS 400s with respect to comfort, features, and performance. Both interior space and ride quality benefit from a new longer wheelbase and wider track. Many standard features have been added, but leather seating is still not on the list. Although considered optional, leather can be found in most examples.
The most significant piece of news is the arrival of a new engine. Still six cylinders, this larger 3.5-liter version boasts the most substantial power upgrade in ES series history. The 2006 horsepower rating of 218 has been updated to 272, and the sedan is now supplied with 254 pound-feet of torque. The ES's 0-60 time drops from over eight seconds down to 6.8. The troubled five-speed automatic transmission is replaced with a new six-speed. Fuel efficiency somehow manages to increase, now observed at 21/30 mpg.
Despite more impressive performance specs, drivers have continued to categorize the ES as the comfort-oriented Lexus. Some might suggest such a kindly remark is obvious...it's a Lexus! Certainly, the IS and GS models are more performance-based. What makes the ES so attractive to many is its longevity. Like the LS, the ES series has been available since day one, and eighteen years on the road has definitely engendered trust in the ES name.
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I just bought a 2007 ES 350. After checking the tire pressure, I found all four were at 40psi. The door info sticker calls for 30psi. I usually run 32 psi in my tires. I decreased the tire pressure...