The 2020 Lexus GS300 came in the following variants
and we’ve recorded 2 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount
achieved in 2020 on a new Lexus GS300 was
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Car manufacturers are known for their aggressive marketing at times, but when Lexus describes the GS300 as a dramatic experience, the phrase seems fitting. Split between two variants, and with the choice of hybrid models for each under the GS300h banner, it’s a vehicle boasting exceptional credentials. Starting with the base version, the Luxury, all cars incorporate brake assist, multi-zonal climate control, keyless operation, active cruise control, cross traffic recognition, heads-up display, lane departure warning, lane keeping assistance, sat-nav, auto wipers and reversing camera. A 2L turbocharged motor can pump out 180kW of power, all the while remaining stingy on fuel requirements. But if efficiency is a priority, turn your attention to the hybrids, which use a 2.5L engine in combination with an active electric motor to get you motoring along without opening your wallet as often. For a more enterprising ride, adaptive damping control in the Sport variants shouldn’t be overlooked, however the entire series is defined by graceful expressiveness by virtue of the fluid eight-speed and CVT transmission units. Inside you’re treated with Alcantara trim that graces the roomy surrounds, it’s an enticing cabin on any level. The Lexus GS300 and GS300h are a pair of ineffable sedans that will revamp your lifestyle.
If you were wondering whether you might find a 2JZ under the bonnet of a late series Lexus GS300, then the answer is yes! Although the GS300 is no longer sold in Australia, with model year 2020 being the last iteration, this unit is equipped with Toyota's well-regarded 2JZ-GE engine from the factory. The specific version of the 2JZ in the last GS300 models sold was a four-cylinder motor with a rated power output of up to 180kW, and maximum torque of 350Nm.
While it might be a model now consigned to the history books, the overall quality of the GS300 is impressive even in light of recent advancements among its competitors. Build quality for the GS300 was outstanding, and the ride dynamics and comfort of this model are particularly favourable. This sedan was loaded up with great tech, safety features, and driving aids that make it a joy to drive, let alone park in your garage every night. Shop around for a bargain on the second-hand market and you won't regret your purchase.
As a premium brand, maintenance costs for a Lexus will naturally outrank those of more mainstream models, including parent company Toyota. If you're looking at the individual models within the Lexus range, the GS series is likely to set you back more than other options like the ES, which is instead loosely based on the Toyota Camry. So is the GS300 expensive to maintain? Well, it depends on what you're used to paying, but also note that reliability for the GS300 is very good.
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the 2020 Lexus GS300. We compile all the data including the
original RRP (retail list price) when new, including the on-road costs (GST, dealer pre-delivery, CTP, stamp
duty & registration) together with a rough estimate of the prices that people actually paid
the Lexus dealer back in 2020.
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