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2013 Lexus GS 350 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in Lexus

image2013 Lexus GS 350 Long-Term Road Test

If I were buying a 2013 Lexus GS 350, I'd add the F Sport package like our car has.

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  • cotakcotak Posts: 89
    I only see 3 reasons. Screw the looks, people are too vain.
  • drjohn43drjohn43 Posts: 0
    And here are two big reasons not to buy the F Sport package:
    1. Unlike the BMW M series, the Audi S series, or even the Lexus ISF series, the F Sport package doesn't give you a bigger, more powerful engine. It has the same engine as the base car and the suspension dampening it offers is also offered in the more desirable luxury package.
    2. The tires are not only summer tires, which don't work well here in NC where we deal with ice and snow in the winter, but they are also staggered with bigger tires on the back, which means you can't rotate them. When you have to shell out $600-700 for two new rear tires at under 20,000 miles, you'll see what I mean
  • natnutnatnut Posts: 6
    The F-Sport should rightly be compared to BMW's M-Sport package, Audi's S-line and MB's AMG package : all of these are suspension/cosmetic changes and don't increase engine hp.
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