In our round-up of the most fuel efficient executive cars the Lexus GS300h returned a respectable 51.4mpg in our tests, shy of its claimed 60.1mpg but still not a figure to be sniffed at for its competitive class – click here for our findings in full.
The car Lexus GS300h Luxury
The saving £3304
The discounted price £34,191
The broker Coast2coastcars.co.uk
The petrol-electric saloon is a quiet, refined and comfortable cruiser that emits just 113g/km of CO2 emissions and offers a genuine alternative to the BMW 5 Series and Jaguar XF. As with all Lexus models, the GS300h has quality craftsmanship that could match any of its premium rivals; its safety and security features are top notch, too.
It may outdo the XF and 5 Series for efficiency, but it can’t match them dynamically, and the GS300h’s boot doesn’t offer as much space as its competitors.
Should I add any options?
Electrically adjustable seats, front and rear parking sensors, digital radio, reversing camera, heated and ventilated leather seats, sat-nav and larger wheels all come as standard with Luxury trim. Options available are mostly cosmetic, including different paintwork for £610.
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