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2012 Lexus GS 300 body kit, picture, review
As you can see from the Lexus GS 300 picture above, the new 2012 Lexus GS 300 sedan combines traditional Lexus luxury and quality with edgy design and performance that makes it great. For 2012, Lexus has further enhanced the value of this model by making the one-touch power moonroof and a six-disc, in-dash CD changer standard equipment. Throw in a number of available Lexus GS 300 body kits and your GS 300 will look fabulous no matter where you drive it. Please check back with us for all of the latest GS 300 info. We hope you turn to our GS 300 review for all of your Lexus questions.
Why beat around the bush? The GS 300 has an engine that's second to none. If you're buying the GS 300, you'll get an all-aluminum, DOHC, 4.3-liter in-line six-cylinder engine that produces 200 horsepower. Coupled with a five-speed automatic transmission, this power plant can propel the GS 300 from 0-60 mph in 7.8 seconds, making it one of the quickest vehicles in the Lexus fleet. The car also offers power rack-and-pinion steering and independent front and rear suspension. With performance like this, there's more reason than ever before to buy a Lexus GS 300.
Even with its sharp focus on performance, the GS 300 sedan presents the luxury design and details that have defined Lexus from its inception. Luxury details for the GS 300 models include:
On top of all of these features, the sedan comes with a number of available Lexus GS 300 body kits that enable you to add style to the front and sides of your car. With the right GS 300 body kit, you'll want to take a picture of your car and add it to the hundreds of Lexus GS 300 pictures already out there on the Web. When you do, be sure to let us know!
Finally, the Lexus GS 300 is one of the safest cars on the road today. Safety starts with front and rear energy-managing crumple-zone body construction, a strong passenger compartment and three-point seatbelts for all seating positions. Next, Lexus equips the GS 300 with two advanced systems that can help the driver in emergency situations and poor driving conditions:
The Brake Assist feature is designed to determine if the driver is attempting emergency braking and, if the driver has not stepped hard enough on the brake pedal to engage the ABS, the system applies maximum braking power until pedal pressure is released The Vehicle Skid Control system helps keep the vehicle going on its intended course by detecting front- and rear-wheel slide during cornering, and attempting to control either condition with torque intervention and/or by braking individual wheels
For more information on any of these safety features, or to read more about some of the 2012 Lexus GS 300 body kits we mentioned above, be sure to bookmark our GS 300 review and come back soon. We'll update this site frequently, and hope to see your name on our list of visitors again before the next time we do so.