2013 Lexus GS 350 Priced at $46,900

2013 Lexus GS 350
The redesigned 2013 Lexus GS 350 maintains the same pricing as its predecessor, starting at $46,900, excluding an $875 destination fee, according to Lexus. That compares favorably to a similarly equipped 2012 BMW 535 i ($52,250), though a 2012 Cadillac CTS with performance trim ($42,290) and 2012 Audi A6 ($41,700) are less expensive. The 2013 Lexus GS 450h hybrid goes on sale later next spring; its price hasn’t been announced yet.

2013 Lexus GS Review

The GS 350 comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights, a moonroof, dual exhaust and side-mirror-mounted turn indicators. In the cabin, the model comes standard with a passive entry system, push-button start, ambient lighting, leather upholstery, a padded instrument panel, 10-way power driver and passenger seats and an 8-inch multimedia screen.

All GS 350s come standard with a 306-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 with an automatic transmission and a rear-wheel drivetrain. All-wheel-drive models start at $49,450.

A $1,400 Premium Package adds rain-sensing wipers, heated and ventilated front seats and a power rear sunshade. A $5,750 Luxury Package adds an adaptive suspension system, adaptive headlights, 18-way power driver and passenger seats, rear climate and audio controls, and a wood/leather-trimmed steering wheel.

A massive 12.3-inch split-screen multimedia system is available with navigation system for $1,735.

The GS F-Sport Package adds another $5,690 and includes a new bumper design, mesh grille, rear spoiler and diffuser, and F-Sport badging. You can learn more about the F-Sport Package here.

The 2013 GS 350 will be available at Lexus dealerships in February.

By Colin Bird | December 21, 2011 | Comments (4)



The price on that F sport package is ridiculous. The base price is decent considering the hp and standard features. The A6 is cheaper but thats with the weak 211hp four cylinder- that should be mentioned. The 3.0T model is closer to $50k. Plus, the base A6 is only available with FWD.


That is expensive for a sport package with no real performance enhancements. Its at least a N/C option on the E-class and few grand on the 5-series but you get a suspension upgrade. Aftermarket appearance parts might be a better deal. Interesting...


Ouch. The new design is ugly and the F package makes it Fugly

Tuda Mo

2003 GS300 Based MRSP-ed @ $39,800
$10 years later, New one has more standards ofcourse @ $7k xtra, think about it.
was it overpriced?
or it is cheaper now?

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