For you who are dreaming for owning the brand- new 2013 GS 450h and the updated 2013 RX 350, 450h and 450h F Sport, you may be happy since the company has already announced the exact pricing for them. It means the Lexus’s latest models will be closer to the date sales.
Well, the first model is the 2013 GS 450h hybrid sedan that will be cost at $58,950 not including destination and handling fee of $875. It means the price is still precise with that of the previous model. The 2013 GS 450h hybrid sedan is benefited from 338 ponies of power, while returning 29 fuel economy at 29 mpg city, 34 mpg highway and 31 mpg in combined cycle. It is expected to arrive in the brand’s U.S. dealerships in May this year.
The next model is the facelifted 2013 RX Series. The RX brings a new appearance previewing the brand’s new signature ‘Spindle’ grille. In addition, the series also gets some slight interior alterations and a new F Sport variant boasts an appearance package, 19 inch wheels, paddle shifters and a sport-tuned suspension added with performance dampers.
The 2013 RX Series will be available on sale this month with a base price at $39,310 for the 2013 RX 350. The next level 2013 RX450h hybrid priced at $45,910 and the RX 350 F SPORT will be offered with a tag price at $47,000. Take a note that all of those prices are not including destination and handling fee at $875.
Apart of the GS and RX pricing, the Japanese company also confirmed that the 2012 IS sedan will have its price increased by 0.5 percent to 0.6 percent on a model- by- model basis or around $200.