When looking for a new car, the most common features people consider are style, power, refinement, luxury, reliability, safety, and efficiency. For parents with small children, there is another consideration: the child safety seat, and how well the car will accommodate the seat and their children. Cars.com has recently evaluated the functionality of the car seat retaining systems in the new 2013 Lexus GS 350. The review does a great job answering the questions parents might have when considering a new mid-size family sedan.
We know what a treat Jerry was in for driving the all-new 2013 Lexus GS. It’s the perfect mix of power and technology – a light year ahead of it’s competition, and the epitome of luxury. Jerry appears to like the improvements – and we know you will too.
Lexus promoted the all-new 2013 Lexus GS with it’s first-ever Super Bowl commercial last Sunday at the Super Bowl. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the commercial. Makes good sense that the focus on the commercial was pure Lexus – and their passion for performance and quality.Comments
Lexus asked their Facebook fans earlier this month which feature of the newly-redesigned Lexus GS they would like to learn more about. They offered their feedback and Lexus went all-out with this video, featuring Scott Pruett – race car driver – based on Facebook fan feedback – that covers the design and performance enhancements of the new GS.
To learn more about the GS on Lexus.com - click hereComments
There has been buzz for months about the 2013 Lexus GS, newly redesigned, and full of muscle. Next month, in Lexus’ first-ever Super Bowl commercial spot, the 2013 Lexus GS will show some of that muscle during the broadcast of the Super Bowl on NBC (February 5th).Comments
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