2010 Lexus HS 250h PREMIUM
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2010 Lexus HS 250h
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Presented by AUTOCHOICE, this low end luxury Hybrid sedan is the perfect choice for that second car or for that son or daughter to take off to University. Call/text us for a scheduled appointment to test drive this luxury sedan today! See below the 65 plus photos of this absolutely clean Lexus 250H.
More about this HS 250H:
|Lexus HS (ANF10)|
|Production||July 2009 – March 2018|
|Model years||2010–2012 (North America)|
|Assembly||Japan: Miyawaka, Fukuoka (Miyata plant)|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Compact executive car (D)|
|Body style||4-door sedan|
|Platform||Toyota New MC platform|
|Engine||2.4 L 2AZ-FXE I4 (petrol hybrid)|
|Electric motor||105 kW (141 hp; 143 PS) 2JM AC synchronous|
|Battery||Nickel metal hydride|
|Wheelbase||2,700 mm (106.3 in)|
|Width||1,785 mm (70.3 in)|
|Curb weight||1,640–1,660 kg (3,616–3,660 lb)|
|Predecessor||Toyota Windom (XV30) (Japan)|
|Successor||Lexus ES 300h (AXZH10) (Japan)|
The Lexus HS (Japanese: HS, Rekusasu HS) is a dedicated hybrid vehicle introduced by Lexus as a new compact executive car sedan in 2009. Built on the Toyota New MC platform, it is classified as a compact under Japanese regulations concerning vehicle exterior dimensions and engine displacement. Unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January 2009, the HS 250h went on sale in July 2009 in Japan, followed by the United States in August 2009 as a 2010 model. The HS 250h represented the first dedicated hybrid vehicle in the Lexus lineup, as well as the first offered with an inline-four gasoline engine. Bioplastic materials are used for the vehicle interior. With a total length of 184.8 inches, the Lexus HS is slightly larger than the Lexus IS, but still smaller than the mid-size Lexus ES.
Like the smaller Lexus CT, the larger Lexus ES and the Lexus RX FWD (which has also shared the same production line), but unlike other vehicles in the Lexus lineup, the HS features front-wheel drive, and as such has been offered as IS's front-wheel drive counterpart. In the U.S., sales for the HS 250h lagged other models, and dropped by nearly three-quarters in 2011, despite its success in Japan. Between late May and early June 2012, Lexus removed the HS 250h from its U.S. sales lineup, while a larger front-wheel drive hybrid sedan, the ES 300h, went on sale for the latter half of 2012. According to Lexus, the HS designation stands for Harmonious Sedan.
Lexus displayed the HS 250h for the first time at the North American International Auto Show in 2008, with plans to launch the vehicle in major world markets including the U.S. and Japan. According to division officials, the HS was produced in response to consumer interest in dedicated hybrid models, with many stating that they would purchase such a vehicle if a luxury make offered one. The success of the Toyota Prius with upper-income buyers was also a consideration. The resulting HS 250h would become the most fuel-efficient in the Lexus lineup at its debut. At its launch, the HS 250h was also claimed to be the most fuel-efficient luxury vehicle in the U.S. The CT 200h, launched in 2011, later surpassed the HS 250h's fuel economy ratings.
To cater to environmentally conscious buyers, the HS 250h design included carbon footprint-reducing considerations, including the adoption of plant-derived "eco-plastic" (bioplastic) materials for the interior, cargo space, and foam injected areas. Bioplastic plant sources included kenaf fibers and castor seeds. Kenaf-based material was previously used in the Lexus ES rear interior. According to the manufacturer, 85 percent of the vehicle was fully recyclable. For the Japanese domestic market, the HS 250h featured a Harmonious Driving Navigator system which monitored efficient driving characteristics and compared them with others to determine the 'greenest' overall driver, for which charitable donations could be made.
The HS 250h's platform was based on the third-generation Toyota Avensis, itself related to the traditional gasoline engine Toyota Allion sold from 2001 to 2007, and was based on 2.4-litre-engined Corolla with electric motors. Other related models included the Toyota Premio, Toyota Vista (5th gen), Toyota Opa, Toyota Wish, and Toyota Caldina (3rd gen). In July 2009, the HS 250h made its sales launch in Japan, with 1,500 pre-orders logged at its introduction. This figure was reportedly three times greater than originally forecasted. The Toyota Sai, a sister model sharing the same platform and hybrid drivetrain, was launched in Japan in October 2009. However, HS 250h was not slated for the European market, where the similarly sized IS 220d and Toyota Avensis were sold.
The gasoline-powered portion of the HS 250h powertrain is the 2.4L 2AZ-FXE inline-four engine. The 2AZ-FXE produces 147 hp (110 kW) and 105 ft⋅lbf (142 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 revolutions per minute. This is assisted by an electric motor for a combined output of 187 hp (139 kW). The HS 250h uses a similar hybrid drivetrain as the Toyota Camry Hybrid.
The HS 250h's EPA fuel economy is estimated at 35 miles per US gallon (6.7 L/100 km; 42 mpgimp) in the city and 34 miles per US gallon (6.9 L/100 km; 41 mpgimp) on the highway. The HS 250h engine runs on the Atkinson cycle, and the powertrain uses a continuously variable transmission. A 90 pounds (41 kg) nickel metal hydride battery situated between the trunk and rear seats serves to power the electric motor. An additional system included on the HS 250h's Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain is an exhaust heat recovery system to reduce engine warm-up periods (optimizing engine start-stop times). The Atkinson cycle configuration and exhaust-heat recovery system is also used on the 2010 Lexus RX 450h.
The HS 250h can be operated in either driver-selectable EV, Eco, Normal, or Power modes. The EV mode is suited for short-distance pure electric driving at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour (32 km/h), the Eco mode can be selected for the greatest fuel efficiency in mixed gas-electric driving, and the Power mode offers more performance in contrast to the Eco mode. The 0–60 time is listed at 8.4 seconds and the top speed is 112 miles per hour (180 km/h).
Technological features offered on the HS 250h include a pop-up navigation and infotainment system with Remote Touch controller, a Mark Levinson premium sound system, and safety systems. The Remote Touch system is used with the GPS navigation system and operates using haptic feedback. The Lexus Enform telematics service is introduced on the HS 250h.
Safety systems include an Intelligent Highbeam (IHB) system, Lane Keep Assist (LKA) system, and onboard cameras. The IHB senses oncoming vehicles and adjusts lighting to prevent glare. The LKA system, operating in conjunction with the radar adaptive cruise control, helps keep the vehicle in its lane. Up to five onboard cameras include Wide-View Front and Rear-View backup cameras. These cameras allow the driver to see around corners. The LED detector Driver Monitoring System warns if the driver is not paying attention and obstacles are detected in the vehicle's path, preventing accidents due to drowsiness or distraction. A Pre-Collision System is designed to minimize damage from accidents.
The Lexus HS had early success in the Japanese market, where in its first month, the vehicle recorded 3,000 pre-orders, 10,000 sales, and a waiting list that was six months long. Because of the higher than expected demand in Japan, Lexus lowered its allocation and sales plans for the United States in October 2009.
In early 2010, based on units sold, the HS was considered one of the less popular Lexus sedans in the US, being outsold by the ES, IS, and LS, despite the HS being successful in its home market of Japan. A recall of models for reprogramming the brake software in February 2010 also led some buyers to question the model; with word of the issue possibly scaring away potential buyers. Earlier in its release, however, the HS 250h was the top-selling Lexus hybrid, with monthly sales comparable to the economy Honda Insight hybrid.
|Calendar year||Total sales, U.S.||Total sales, Japan|
|2010||10,663||14,247|
|2013||5 ||5,735|
2.4L DOHC SFI 16-valve Atkinson cycle I4 engine -inc: variable valve timing w/intelligence (VVT-i), permanent magnet electric motors
Push button start
Electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (ECVT)
Front wheel drive
MacPherson strut independent front suspension -inc: coil springs, gas shocks
Double wishbone independent rear suspension -inc: coil springs, gas shocks
Front/rear stabilizer bars
Rack & pinion pwr steering -inc: electronic pwr assist
4-wheel pwr disc brakes
Electronically controlled brake system -inc: regenerative control
18" x 7.5" 5-spoke aluminum wheels
Pwr tilt/slide moonroof -inc: 1-touch open/close, sunshade
Integrated front/rear lower spoilers
Exclusive chrome-accented hybrid grille design
Automatic on/off headlamps -inc: off-delay
Integrated front fog lamps
LED brake & tail lights
Pwr heated mirrors -inc: integrated turn signals, puddle lamps, reverse tilt-down, defoggers
Pwr heated electrochromic mirrors -inc: integrated turn signals, puddle lamps, memory, reverse tilt-down, defoggers
UV & windshield-infrared ray-reducing tinted window glass
Water-repellant front door glass
Variable intermittent windshield wipers
Rain-sensing variable intermittent windshield wipers
Lexus premium audio -inc: AM/FM stereo, in-dash 6-disc CD/MP3 changer, automatic sound levelizer (ASL), (10) speakers, USB jack, aux audio jack, Bluetooth, integrated XM satellite radio w/90 day free trial subsrciption
Glass-imprinted antenna w/FM diversity antenna
Shark fin satellite antenna
Leather seat trim
Semi-aniline leather seat trim
Front bucket seats -inc: 10-way pwr driver w/pwr lumbar, 8-way pwr front passenger, adjustable headrests
Heated/ventilated front bucket seats -inc: 10-way pwr driver w/pwr lumbar, 8-way pwr front passenger w/pwr lumbar, driver seat memory, adjustable headrests
(3) rear seat adjustable headrests
Center console -inc: (2) front cupholders, storage, 12V pwr outlet
Carpeted front & rear floor mats
Leather-wrapped tilt/telescopic steering wheel -inc: audio & display controls
Leather-wrapped pwr tilt/telescopic steering wheel -inc: audio & display controls, memory, auto tilt-away
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) multi-information display -inc: ECO driving mode indicator
Driving controls -inc: normal, pwr, ECO & EV controls
Outside temp gauge
Pwr windows -inc: 1-touch auto up/down, jam protection, remote-linked
Pwr door locks -inc: anti lock-out feature
SmartAccess key system
Retained accessory pwr
HomeLink garage door opener
Lexus personalized settings (LPS)
Pwr fuel door & trunk release
Vehicle theft-deterrent system w/engine immobilizer
Automatic dual-zone climate control -inc: air filter, rear seat vents
Rear defogger w/timer
Dark gray interior trim
Brown walnut interior trim
Leather interior trim
Genuine wood interior trim
Peforated semi-aniline leather interior trim
Front door storage pockets
Front/rear door cup/bottle holders
Electrochromic rearview mirror -inc: compass
Dual illuminated vanity mirrors -inc: sliding extensions
Illuminated entry -inc: door courtesy lights
Leather-wrapped illuminated shift knob
Force-limiting seatbelt pretensioners on all outboard seats
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) -inc: brake assist, electronic brakeforce distribution
Enhanced vehicle stability control (VSC)
Traction control (TRAC)
Side impact door beams
Front/rear crumple zones
Enhanced side impact protection
Daytime running lights w/off switch
Dual-stage front SRS airbags -inc: variable deployment speeds, front passenger occupancy detector
Front/rear seat-mounted side SRS airbags
Front/rear side-curtain SRS airbags
Front knee SRS airbags
Lexus safety connect -inc: automatic collision notification, stolen vehicle location, emergency assist button (SOS), enhanced roadside assistance
Front seatbelt height adjusters
ALR seatbelt (ELR driver) retractors on all outboard seats
ELR seatbelt retractors on outboard passenger seats
Child restraint seat (CRS) w/top tether anchor brackets
Child safety rear door locks
Direct tire pressure monitor system
Collapsible steering column
Soft impact-dissipating upper interior trim
Active front headrests
First aid kit
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