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How Much Does a Lexus HS 250 Cost?

Lexus HS 250 Car Prices



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The Lexus HS 250h MSRP is $34,650

The Lexus HS 250h Premium MSRP is $37,420

The Lexus HS is the entry level hybrid that Lexus produces. It may lack the power that the gas powered models have. Nevertheless, what it lacks in power it makes up for in gas mileage. It will also give the driver the satisfaction of knowing that he or she is doing something about the environment. When you buy a hybrid you are letting everyone know, the government, your neighbor, car makers, that the world is ready to take make that step towards energy efficiency and a maintaining a healthy planet. Now, with this vehicle, you can accomplish that and be extremely comfortable doing it.

The Lexus HS averages 35 mpg. With all the money you save on gas over the years it will save roughly $20,000 in gas over the span of 100,000 miles! If you drive the average of 12,000 miles per year it will take you about 8 years to put that many miles on the car. Each year you can expect to save $2,500 in gas alone! That's a lot of money and a big help to environment.

True, this is not going to be a performance luxury car, by any means, with 187 horse power. However, luxury cars are not usually about the speed. They are more about the journey. Right? With all the bells and whistles in this car that we come to expect from Lexus it will be sure to please.

The difference in the 250 and the 250h Premium does not relate to any “meat and potatoes” items. Performance, body style, and handling will all be the same. The difference between the two models is less than $3,000. The added features with the 250H include the following:

  • Power tilt-and-telescopic steering column with automatic tilt-away
  • Lexus Memory System to control power driver's seat (except lumbar), outside mirrors and steering wheel
  • Electrochromic (auto-dimming) outside mirrors
  • Standard heated and ventilated front seats
  • Intuitive Parking Assist
  • Rain-sensing intermittent windshield wipers

Ask yourself how you feel about these options and if they are worth spending the extra money. Personally, I feel like the heated seats, alone, are worth an extra $3,000. That's me, though. I live in a cold weather climate and heated seats feel amazing on the cold winter mornings. It's all a matter of preference.

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