Lexus introduces GS300h

Published 19 September 2013

Lexus has extended its GS range with the launch of the GS300h which joins the existing GS450h hybrid and the petrol powered GS250. Prices will start at £31,495 for the GS300h which is powered by a 2.5-litre hybrid powertrain and returns 60.1mpg according to the official figures with CO2 of 109g/km. It's available to order now wth the first cars arriving in January 2014.

A new entry-level SE grade is available in the GS300h which gets 17-inch alloys, 10 airbags, electric steering wheel adjustment, 12-speaker sounds system with DAB radio and DVD player, cruise control, push button start, parking sensors, xenon headlamps, and electrically adjustable, heated front seats.

The Luxury adds leather upholstery, navigation, 18-inch alloys and a Blind Spot Monitor pack with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, while the F Sport gets exterior and interior styling elements, perforated leather sports seats, 10-spoke 19-inch wheels and Adaptive Variable Sports Suspension.

At the top of the range, the GS 300h Premier adds a Mark Levinson 17-speaker hifi, system, 18-way electric front seat adjustment with memory, a new colour head-up display, AVS and LED fog lamps.

At the same time as Lexus adds the GS 300h to the range it also makes a new design shift lever and the colour head-up display available for the GS 450h. The GS range of active, passive and preventive safety features is being further extended, with addition of a Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which uses the same radar technology as the Blind Spot Monitor to alert the driver to vehicles approaching from either side when reversing out of a parking space.

GS 300h SE £31,495 B
GS 300h Luxury £37,495 C
GS 300h F Sport £41,745 C
GS 300h Premier £43,745 C


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