It’s too easy to ignore the Lexus GS in a sector swirling with BMWs, Mercedesand Audis’. Too easy, but also detrimental to the consumer. You see, the new Lexus GS is a much better proposition than people seem prepared to give it credit for. Marginalised due to the reputation of its dominant rivals, it’s a car that simply has to stop going unnoticed.
The Lexus GS pioneered the petrol electric hybrid engine back in 2006 in the full-sized executive saloon segment. It dared to be different and set a blueprint which has only just been matched by the Germans. The problem now for Lexus is that, now it has been matched, this brand has to up its game further. The new Lexus GS is therefore more powerful, more efficient, and offers greater practicality. It also offers the option of a more affordable Lexus GS450h variant in a bid to entice consumers. Let’s take a closer look
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