2013 Lexus GS 350 Pricing Announced
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Why would they do that? Well, in order to conserve the models price, despite the ever rising Japanese yen that’s making life difficult for them. This is probably among the coolest new Toyota models out right now, but somehow, they’ve managed to keep the base price at the same level as last year - $46,900, excluding the required destination charge of $875.
Moving on to the new all-wheel drive version, this starts at $49,450. Probably the most important options pack you’ll want is the $1,400 Premium, which gets you hated and ventilated seats and a coo powered sunshade.
Higher up, you have the $5,750 Luxury Package, which also adds Adaptive Variable Suspension, Adaptive Front Lighting, high gloss wood trim, upgraded leather upholstery, premium front seating, rear HVAC and audio controls, 18-inch alloy wheels and a wood and leather steering wheel.
Last buy not least, the Navigation Package gets you the Enform infotainment system with Facebook connectivity and Pandora radio streaming, all accessible from the $1,735 12.3-inch display.
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