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2014 Used GS 300h Hybrid Battery Pack Life


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Hello friends, 

I am about to purchase a used 2014 GS300h from a Lexus Dealer. I am concerned about the Hybrid Bartery Life and price for replacement. The vehicle has 42000 miles on the clock. 
Should I worry and what to expect from this car? Are they reliable? 

I will appreciate any owner's experience with any problems related to this vehicle. 

Kind Regards! 

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I don't know about the GS specifically but there are many RXs, Toyota Prius's and so on with over 200,000 miles on the clock and still using the same Battery.

You can have a Hybrid Health Check done every year (currently £59 as a stand-alone service) and as long as the Battery passes the tests, Lexus will warranty it for another 12 months, when you can do it again. You can carry this on until the car is 15 years old.

In other words, the hybrid batteries are very reliable.

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I have a 2010 GS and do support every word written by Herbie above.

Car is ultra reliable as is the technology incorporated within.

Just buy it from a Lexus Dealer.

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The GS series III (2006-2011) has been know to have rare problems with the hybrid Battery but I've not heard of a single failure on the series IV (2012-2019).

As above from Herbie, Lexus will provide a 15 year warranty on the Battery provided you have a check every 10k miles/12 months (whichever comes first).

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14 minutes ago, royoftherovers said:

A Lexus Dealer I hope?

 

22 hours ago, ThePraetorian said:

Hello friends, 

I am about to purchase a used 2014 GS300h from a Lexus Dealer. 

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No reported issues with 2012+ Gs450h or gs300h. 
 

however 2006-2010 Gs has has plenty of their Battery packs replaced. It’s a known problem with internal TSB. 

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