New 2016 Lexus GS Quotes

Performance

The GS is a luxury car available with the choice of two hybrid engines. The GS 330h has a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine and the 450h comes with a 3.5-litre V6. The latter packs plenty of grunt and gets from zero to 62mph in 5.9 seconds which makes for a very fine performance indeed. There’s the choice of driving around town in the electric-only mode and then changing to GS on the motorway to cruise at speed in silence. Stable cornering and nicely weighted steering adds to the exquisite performance and the adaptive dampers also provide comfort. Book a test drive through Askaprice.com to experience it for yourself.

Running Costs

The GS 450h claims an impressive 45.6mpg with CO2 emissions of only 141g/km which is very impressive for a luxury like the GS. The GS 250 has statistics which would be expected of such a car with a return of 31.7mpg and 207g/km CO2 emissions. Servicing and maintenance costs should prove competitive with rivals with Lexus also having an excellent reputation for customer service. You can also expect the GS to hold its value well.

Equipment

The Lexus GS is very generously kitted out with all the mod cons to improve safety, style, entertainment and convenience. All GS models come with Smart Key entry and push-button start-up system as standard. There is also 10 speaker sound system with in-dash six-disc CD player, speed sensitive electric power steering, cruise control, leather-trimmed multi-function steering wheel and advance dual climate air conditioning. SE models add DVD-based sat-nav with rear view monitor and steering-guided parking sensors. While at the top of the range, Premier models include three-way climate control, a Mark Levinson stereo and automatic boot closing. Order a brochure from this website for full details.