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Lexus adds vigor to GS and RX ranges


LEXUS has rejuvenated two of its stalwarts -the GS and RX ranges. The GS range receives a wider track, more direct steering, anaurally engineered exhaust system, automatic gearbox with paddle shifters and virtual immediate lock-up technology and vented disc brakes.

The GS 350 offers features such as an intelligent climate control system, Lexus Premium Sound, electrically adjustable front seats and steering wheel and full high-grade leather trim. But the big news for 2014 is the adoption of the LFA-inspired eight-speed, Sport Direct Shift auto box from the Lexus IS F.

In addition, due to customer demand, the GS 350 will, for the first time in South Africa, be made available with the F-Sport body kit package.The interior on theGS 450h models now includes full-colour heads-up display as standard. 

Equipped with a V6 petrol engine similar to GS 350, the GS 450h offers maximum output of 213kW and 345Nm of torque. This power is further heightened by powerful electric-motor high voltage that produces a total output of 252kW and 275 Nm of torque for impressive response. The drivetrain is coupled with an E-CVT gearbox.

The impressive Lexus RX 350 XE sees a refreshed Appearance Pack that includes a redesigned bumper with larger air intakes to boost the muscularity of the front view. Other features include 19-inch alloy wheels and LED front fog lamps.

For the RX 450h SE, receives the latest upgrades include LED interior lightning package and the adoption of Integrated Sport Driving system, which enables driver to tune to the Drive Mode Select to Eco, Normal or Sport settings.


GS 350 R610 700
GS 350 EX F-Sport R677 500
GS 450h SE R846 700
RX 350 EX R664 300
RX 450h SE R843 700


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