Whenever you’re looking for Lexus cars for sale, you should visit our location to see our extensive inventory of new Lexus automobiles. One vehicle you’ll definitely want to take a look at is the 2017 Lexus GS.
The current generation of the Lexus 350 started in the 2013 model-year. Even though that was the last time the Lexus GS was redesigned, the brand we represent has continued to make improvements to the popular Lexus GS lineup every year. In 2014, the car’s 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine got a new fuel-injection system, for example. In the same year, vehicles that had rear-wheel drive also received a new eight-speed transmission. In 2015, the Lexus GS 350 scored an upgrade for its infotainment system.
Put simply, the fourth-generation Lexus GS 350 just gets better every year. For the 2017 model-year, the new Lexus GS 350 has standard advanced safety equipment that used to be optional. The car’s standard safety features now include adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, a lane departure warning and intervention system, and automatic high beam control.
Every trim of the 2017 Lexus GS is well-equipped with more than “just” advanced safety features. The base model comes with keyless entry and ignition, a sunroof, heated front seats, driver memory settings, and an automatic climate control system that’s able to adjust airflow depending on where your passengers are sitting. The vehicle also has standard Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, voice controls, and smartphone app integration. The automobile has a 12.3-inch touchscreen, the Lexus brand’s Remote Touch infotainment system, and a sound system that has 12 speakers as well.
Loaded with features, the Lexus GS really does get better and better with each passing year. To see everything that the 2017 Lexus GS has to offer, visit our Lexus dealership near St. Augustine, FL. We’ll join you for a test drive and help you secure financing so you take your favorite Lexus model home with you. Stop by Lexus of Jacksonville today.
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