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The 2022 Lexus NX might look similar to before, but everything that has changed makes it a more convincing luxury medium SUV. Switching to a much more modern architecture addresses most of the previous version's issues, resulting in a palpably quieter, more comfortable, refined and enjoyable proposition, while still building on the original's strengths. The NX now truly deserves its success.
Now one of only two sedans Lexus offers, the ES replaces both the smaller IS as well as the larger GS. The latter were both rear‑wheel drive, but the ES is front‑drive, using a stretched Toyota Camry architecture. Launched in 2018 but updated in 2021, the ES 300h facelift boasts heaps of metal for the money, along with hybrid tech and a full list of standard features. But is it premium enough?