At a Glance
|Pricing||$46,310 - $83,940|
|Drive Types||RWD, AWD|
|Engines||2.0l I4 T, 3.5l V6, 3.5l V6 HEV, 5.0l V8|
|Transmissions||A6, A8, CVT|
|Fuel Economy||16-29 (city), 24-34 (highway)|
The GS occupies the middle of the Lexus line between the smaller IS and the much larger LS. This places the GS in competition with other mid-range luxury offerings like the BMW 5-Series, Infiniti M, and Audi A6. At just 190.7 inches long and 72.4 inches wide, the GS is shorter and narrower than all three of these vehicles. GS models wear alphanumeric names based on their powertrain. The GS 350 equips a 306-bhp, 3.5l V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission. The GS350 is available in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive. The GS 450h is a gasoline/electric hybrid powertrain based on a 3.5l V6 engine. The hybrid system raises the total system power to 338-bhp while improving fuel-economy to 29/34 (city/highway). A restrained interior is finished in wood and leather and offers a competitive list of features considered mandatory on today's luxury cars.
The Pebble Beach Concours d' Elegance, the premier concours event in the United States, is an appropriate setting for the 2016 Lexus GS models to be introduced. The GS enters 2016 with a bolder design, a new GS 200t rear-wheel drive model and new luxury finishes that match the refinement of Monterey. The Lexus GS continues to feature impressive agility and sporty handling for turns along California Highway 1, as well as comfortable ride quality for...Read.
|GS 200t||2||2.0l I4 T (241-bhp)||A8||RWD||22/33/27||68||$46,310|
|GS 350||3||3.5l V6 (311-bhp)||A6||AWD||19/26/22||69||$50,365|
|GS 350||3||3.5l V6 (311-bhp)||A8||RWD||20/28/24||71||$50,695|
|GS 450h||4||3.5l V6 HEV (338-bhp)||CVT||RWD||29/34/31||65||$63,635|
|GS F||3||5.0l V8 (467-bhp)||A8||RWD||16/24/20||72||$83,940|