Background information, pricing, features, and specs for the 2006 Lexus GS300 and GS430 midsize sedans.
Lexus is the luxury car extension of the Toyota Motor Corporation. It is one of the most recent luxury lines to have been established, first founded in the late 80s. It has built a reputation for making reliably luxury automobiles. There are many various vehicles in its line, but its family of sedans is still the most popular.
One of the most popular sedans in production is the GS. The GS is made in two models: the GS300 and the GS430. The body styling resembles the wide profile of other midsize sedans in its class, such as the Infiniti M45. Its body also has clean lines and rounded edges. The main difference between the two GS models isn't evident on the exterior, except for the change in the numbers on the badge. The true difference lies under the hood, as the GS430 has a larger engine with more horsepower.
This smooth subtle sedan has many benefits listed by Edmunds, www.edmunds.com, such as the amazing quality of the ride, silence in the cabin, and advanced safety technology features. Even with these qualities, there are some downfalls, like the grabby brakes and overly aggressive stability control system. The professionals at Edmunds believe that the pros outweigh these few cons overall.
The Lexus GS300 starts at $43,800 and the Lexus GS430 starts at $52,025.
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