F SPORT 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan
2020 Lexus GS 350

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Lexus hasn't been selling many GS sedans lately, so the midsize, rear-wheel-drive, luxury four-door might not be around much longer. That's unfortunate, because the 2020 Lexus GS is stylish, comfortable, and enjoyable with an amiable personality and some performance credentials.

For the 2020 model year, the GS lineup has shrunk to two models, both aimed at performance: the GS 350 and the ferocious GS F. A F Sport package is optional on the GS 350, and the F Sport is available with a new Black Line Special Edition, but only 200 will be produced. Offered in Caviar or Ultra White body colors, the Black Line includes visual enhancements to the wheels, brake calipers, grille, and spoiler. The black and red interior features carbon fiber ornamentation.

The GS 350 makes use of a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that produces 311 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Also used in the Toyota Camry, the V-6 mates with an 8-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is available, which brings in a 6-speed automatic. Lexus' all-wheel-drive system is a boon for wintry climates, but not ready for off-road adventures.

In the performance-tuned GS F, a mighty 5.0-liter V-8 develops 467 hp and 389 lb-ft of torque. Acceleration to 60 mph takes just 4.5 seconds, according to Lexus.

Gas mileage fails to impress. The base GS 350 with rear-wheel drive is the thriftiest, EPA-rated at 20 mpg city, 28 highway, and 23 combined. Stickier tires on the F Sport reduce fuel economy to 19/27/22 mpg. All-wheel-drive variants are slightly worse at 19/26/21 mpg. Predictably, the GS F is a guzzler at 16/24/19 mpg. All GS sedans require premium gasoline.

On the safety front, the GS comes standard with a satisfactory suite of active safety technology.

All versions include blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alert, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warnings, and automatic emergency braking that can detect pedestrians. Lexus hasn't delved into hands-off driving technology, like some competitors. Outward visibility is relatively clear. The standard rearview camera has a crisp, bright display.

The NHTSA hasn't tested the GS, but it did earn the top score of 'Good'? in the three crash tests the IIHS put it through. No other tests have been performed.
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Lexus hasn't been selling many GS sedans lately, so the midsize, rear-wheel-drive, luxury four-door might not be around much longer. That's unfortunate, because the 2020 Lexus GS is stylish, comfortable, and enjoyable with an amiable personality and some performance credentials.

For the 2020 model year, the GS lineup has shrunk to two models, both aimed at performance: the GS 350 and the ferocious GS F. A F Sport package is optional on the GS 350, and the F Sport is available with a new Black Line Special Edition, but only 200 will be produced. Offered in Caviar or Ultra White body colors, the Black Line includes visual enhancements to the wheels, brake calipers, grille, and spoiler. The black and red interior features carbon fiber ornamentation.

The GS 350 makes use of a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that produces 311 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Also used in the Toyota Camry, the V-6 mates with an 8-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is available, which brings in a 6-speed automatic. Lexus' all-wheel-drive system is a boon for wintry climates, but not ready for off-road adventures.

In the performance-tuned GS F, a mighty 5.0-liter V-8 develops 467 hp and 389 lb-ft of torque. Acceleration to 60 mph takes just 4.5 seconds, according to Lexus.

Gas mileage fails to impress. The base GS 350 with rear-wheel drive is the thriftiest, EPA-rated at 20 mpg city, 28 highway, and 23 combined. Stickier tires on the F Sport reduce fuel economy to 19/27/22 mpg. All-wheel-drive variants are slightly worse at 19/26/21 mpg. Predictably, the GS F is a guzzler at 16/24/19 mpg. All GS sedans require premium gasoline.

On the safety front, the GS comes standard with a satisfactory suite of active safety technology.

All versions include blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alert, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warnings, and automatic emergency braking that can detect pedestrians. Lexus hasn't delved into hands-off driving technology, like some competitors. Outward visibility is relatively clear. The standard rearview camera has a crisp, bright display.

The NHTSA hasn't tested the GS, but it did earn the top score of 'Good'? in the three crash tests the IIHS put it through. No other tests have been performed.
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$52,760 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 3.5L V-6
MPG 19 City / 27 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 311 @ 6400 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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