In standard form, the GS 350 comes well-equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, wood interior trim, leather-trimmed seat upholstery, 10-way power front seats, a power tilt/telescopic steering column, Bluetooth, pushbutton start, Siri Eyes Free, and a 12-speaker audio system. A moonroof and rearview camera also are standard. The newly standard Lexus Safety System + includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, and lane departure alert with steering assist. Blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert also is standard.
With rear-drive, the GS 350 starts at $51,670 (destination charge included). Curiously, Lexus has given the all-wheel-drive version a lower sticker price: just $51,340. Ordinarily, all-wheel-drive vehicles cost considerably more than their two-wheel-drive counterparts.
Options for the GS 350 include a head-up display, a heated steering wheel, triple-beam LED headlights, adaptive front lighting, Intuitive Parking Assist, a power trunk lid, and a Mark Levinson surround-sound audio system.
For $4,435, the Luxury Package adds an adaptive suspension system, 18-way power front seats with passenger memory, semi-aniline perforated leather upholstery, wood/aluminum interior trim, rear climate and audio controls, a power rear sunshade, and three-zone automatic climate control. Five-spoke alloy wheels hold 18-inch tires, and a Sport S+ driving mode is included. The $290 Cold Weather Package includes windshield wiper de-icing, headlight washers, rain-sensing wipers, and water-repellent front door glass.