Review of Lexus GS 350
Toyota Motor Corporation is a world renowned Japanese car manufacturer with Lexus as its luxury vehicle division. The Lexus was first unveiled in the United States in 1989 and now has a global market with over 70 countries under the Lexus Marque. With an ongoing global expansion, the Lexus has now operations in 76 countries worldwide.
Though it belongs to Toyota, the Lexus was introduced in Japan not until 2005. Since then all of the new generation Lexus models have been available in Japan. Ever since then the East Asian market was slowly tapped into by this luxury can manufacturer. This brand is now well established in Indonesia and Philipines as well.
The Lexus manufactures automobiles under three verticals – The Hybrid performance sedans, Crossover SUVs and recently has also ventured into the luxury hatchback variants. In 2015 Lexus would be releasing the upgraded and better functioning GS 350, RX 350 and NX 350
The main difference that the Lexus GS 350 seems to sport alongside its predecessors would be a sporty look with the F Sport package. This model would come with a V-6 engine with 3.5 liter capacity. Though the GS 350 does not have a V-8 engine it can still reach 0-60 mph in just 5.7 seconds. It comes with a six speed automatic transmission gearbox with 4 wheel drive. You can also get the gear shift paddles on the steering wheel with the sports package.
The fuel economy is better with the Lexus GS 350 as it gives close to 19 miles per gallon within the city and 28 gallons on highways. It comes with 10 way power seats for passengers and 18 way power seats for the front. However the backseat legroom is cramped in comparison to the other cars.
Review of Lexus RX 350
This Lexus RX 350 is an elegant crossover which comes with bold looks and luxurious interiors. The best features of the 2015 variant are that the interiors are luxurious, comes with good technological options and it is elegant. On the downside, the styling is quite conservative with base front seats that make the driving experience quite un-engaging.
The Lexus RX 350, unlike the other models, has not deviated from its original concept. This model carries a V6 engine with 3.5 liters capacity and 275 hp. The sports package variant comes with a steering wheel paddle shift, sports tuned suspension for better turn and cruise control and alloy wheels.
The safety features in the Lexus RX 350 are top notch. It comes with 10 airbags within the vehicle with side bags for the passengers. The hill-hold function in the car makes the uphill driving effortless and less dangerous. It comes with the best technological support to assist the owner at any time.
Review of the 2015 Lexus NX
The 2015 Nexus NX is the best compact crossover in the market. The exterior design of this SUV is quite aggressive in comparison to the interior design. The Lexus NX comes in two variants – the NX 200t and the NX 300H.
The Lexus NX 200Tcomes with a four cylinder, 2.0 liter turbo charged engine that packs 235 hp. The NX 300H is a hybrid model that has a 194 hp. Though the hybrid model does not have the NX 200T’s All Wheel Drive, it still compensates by packing engine torque to all the four wheels. It also substitutes this downfall with an electric motor on the rear axle for an additional 67 hp.
These all new Lexus NX models are definitely sportier and have that classy cock-pit look in the dashboard. Tough it has good space inside; the luggage area is a lot more cramped.