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Lexus GS 450h

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Hybrid technology that combines fuel and electric power is used to improve a vehicle’s economy. However, the Lexus GS proves that it doesn’t to be used exclusively for that as its hybrid powertrain is also to provide enhanced performance.


As the hybrid model introduced to the American market that have maximum fuel as a primary goal, the previous-generation GS sport sedan delivered the of a V8 with the fuel consumption of a V6. The car carries on that tradition, but ups the with more engaging dynamics and substantially better economy. We’re still not how many people are really in such performance hybrids, but the GS is at least a worthy choice for who do.

Current Lexus GS 450h

The GS 450h is an all-new model for Compared to the car it replaces, it is slightly and taller, much stiffer and has improved steering feel, for a midsize luxury sedan able to compete against its rivals. The design is a little dynamic inside and out, Lexus’ latest electronics have been fitted. most importantly, fuel is substantially better, yet performance strong.

The GS 450h’s gasoline-electric powertrain consists of a 3.5-liter V6 and a of electric motors. Power is to the rear wheels through a variable transmission (CVT). output stands at 338 horsepower, Lexus says is good to bring the GS 450h from to 60 in 5.6 seconds. That’s roughly you can expect from a V8-powered luxury model, and none of can boast 31 mpg combined. That isn’t Prius territory, but nevertheless excellent for this of car — especially one with much power.

Standard features are generous, as the GS offers the full gamut of convenience, entertainment and technology typically available at this point. Feature highlights an adaptive suspension, leather ventilated and heated front a power-closing trunk, a superb Levinson surround-sound audio navigation system and a night camera warning system.

In we’ve found the latest GS to be surprisingly rewarding to drive. It with the soft, undulating of past Lexus sedans and stays planted on the road and an alert feeling. Nevertheless, the GS is plenty comfortable for those who care less about the

It’s a safe bet that cares about the Lexus for quality interiors and construction. The GS disappoint here either, if this latest iteration is a departure from its predecessors. is what you’d expect this class of luxury with abundant room for passengers and just enough for Technology is also a strong here, with many controlled by the mouselike Remote multimedia controller.

In total, the Lexus GS 450h is desirable for its ability to be swift one and thrifty the next. Infiniti’s does a similar trick, and we recommend checking it out as well. both of these come a price premium that’s to justify if you’re only in fuel savings. The allure of should matter as well.

Lexus GS 450h Models

Lexus GS 450h

The first-generation Lexus GS 450h was from 2007 through Changes were minimal in time, though buyers note that the trunk was in the first two model years (8 feet) compared to the later (11).

Like its successor, this GS was powered by a gas-electric hybrid which combined a 3.5-liter V6 with a high-output electric This supplemented the gas engine low-end torque during and offered additional power heavy acceleration. Together, the system put out a total of 340 hp while a somewhat unremarkable 23 mpg combined. The transmission was an electronically controlled

In terms of equipment, the Lexus GS was pretty much the top-of-the-line GS. front knee airbags, seat side airbags, automatic climate control, and ventilated seats, a power-adjustable wheel, a sunroof and a 10-speaker system were just of the sedan’s extensive standard Starting in 2010, Lexus upgraded the car’s navigation and added new features like an interface and Bluetooth streaming

Buyers will also to note if a used GS 450h any of the myriad optional high-tech features, including adaptive control, a pre-collision safety a voice-activated navigation system and a Mark Levinson audio

Not surprisingly, the GS 450h’s cabin was out in high-quality wood and leather while craftsmanship was quite However, one surprise inside the was the relatively limited amount of While it might have fine for most of the population, drivers may find things a cramped inside. And due to the bulk of the motor’s battery pack, was noticeably less trunk in the GS 450h than in regular GS sedans.

In road tests, our found this Lexus GS to be remarkably fast and powerful. to 60 mph took just 5.5 seconds. that performance, its fuel is impressive, but compared to other of the time it was decidedly unimpressive. It depends on your expectations. 450h also handled well thanks to adaptive dampers and an optional active that added even control to the sedan’s already handling characteristics.

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