2010 Lexus GS 350 Engine Specs, Standard Safety Features, Information and Prices

The 2010 Lexus GS 350 is a sporty 4-door sedan that effectively combines high levels of performance, plenty of luxury and an elegant, yet confidently-bold design. A basic carryover from 2009, the new GS now shows off standards including active frontal head restraints as well as USB/iPod connectivity ports. The GS is available as either a rear wheel driven or all wheel driven vehicle and is able to seat five adult passengers with high degrees of comfort. Speaking of comfort, purchasers will thoroughly enjoy standard creature features including:

  • 10-way memory power driver’s seat;
  • Heated leather upholstery;
  • Automatic climate control;
  • SmartAccess keyless entry;
  • Genuine wood trim;
  • Bluetooth wireless connectivity;
  • Powered moonroof;
  • And the list goes on!

The Lexus GS 350 for 2010 also spoils its new owners with a long list of standard safety features. No effort or expense has been spared from Lexus to create one of the most elegant and safe family sedans available. Factory installed safety features and systems include:

  • 4-wheel ABS with electronic brake assist;
  • Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFLS);
  • 10 separate airbags;
  • SmartAccess push button on/off starting;
  • Dynamic radar cruise control;
  • Voice activated navigation;
  • Crumple zone super strength body material;
  • Anti-whiplash active frontal head restraints;
  • High tech content theft deterrent system;
  • Electronic traction and stability control systems;
  • Many more…

Manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing for the 2010 GS Lexus ranges between $45,600 and $47,550. Although no national financing incentives are being offered by Lexus currently, attractive loan options are readily available from many local lenders. The GS is powered by a highly responsive 3.5L 303-horsepower 274 pound-feet V6 engine joined up with a 6-speed automatic gearbox that shifts smooth and easy. An adaptive variable suspension system kicks in to help create exceptional ride quality that can be depended on year after year. The new GS seems to do everything that its owners require in an almost automatic fashion.Oh yeah, it can also zip you from 0 to 60 mph in only 5.7 seconds.

All of that quick power will not stop the 2010 Lexus GS from delivering excellent fuel economy. EPA estimations are reported at 19/26 mpg urban/rural, numbers that compare nicely with the Lexus GS 450h hybrid’s 22/25 mpg (The 450h also happens to be the fastest GS sedan, going from 0 to 60 miles per hour in only 5.2 seconds flat). You’ll find the new GS 350 spacious, powerful, luxurious and very sporty. It’s definitely one of the most value-packed, dynamic driving machines available on Earth.

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