Which used Lexus GS saloon should I buy?
The GS 300h may not be quite as quick or as refined as the GS 450h when driven quickly, but its smaller, 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine is much more economical when you take it on a long motorway journey. It’s still quiet enough in most situations to make it our favourite.
The standard equipment in the GS is impressive enough that you wouldn’t feel short-changed even with the entry-level car. However, most of the GS 300h examples available on the used market are the higher-spec Luxury version, which features blindspot monitoring, larger 18in alloy wheels and auto-dimming and electrically folding door mirrors.