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Hi all,

I would like to ask a question about GS300`s as I have only been with LEXUS for 2 years after a dear friend since departed, interduced me to LEXUS and I have never looked back from buying his GS300 mk2

The question is are all GS 300`s 24v or was it optional

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i wasnt sure . cheers :)

But thats not answered the question

What exactly is the question? The GS300 has a 3ltr straight 6 with 24V (4 valves per cylinder right?) - I'm not entirely sure what the question is as the number of valves is not an optional extra like satnav would be for example :unsure:

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i wasnt sure . cheers :)

But thats not answered the question

What exactly is the question? The GS300 has a 3ltr straight 6 with 24V (4 valves per cylinder right?) - I'm not entirely sure what the question is as the number of valves is not an optional extra like satnav would be for example :unsure:

That was the question I was not sure myself? I was just asking as for ford granada for example 3ltr as 12v or (24v which was a cosworth) and i was thinking LEXUS did the same kind of options 12v or 24v,so your saying 24v is standard

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That was the question I was not sure myself? I was just asking as for ford granada for example 3ltr as 12v or (24v which was a cosworth) and i was thinking LEXUS did the same kind of options 12v or 24v,so your saying 24v is standard

Ahh right, yes the GS300 only had one engine - Lexus have always gone for simplicity of choice, hence small engine choice, few trim levels and few optional extras :)

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Ahh right, yes the GS300 only had one engine - Lexus have always gone for simplicity of choice, hence small engine choice, few trim levels and few optional extras :)

Entry level already being way up the scale compared to entry level on some other luxury brands, of course: :-)

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Ahh right, yes the GS300 only had one engine - Lexus have always gone for simplicity of choice, hence small engine choice, few trim levels and few optional extras :)

Entry level already being way up the scale compared to entry level on some other luxury brands, of course: :-)

Thank you eXOBex, as I said in my post I have only been with LEXUS for 2 years and wasnt sure about the engines and I know you cant conpaire LEXUS with other luxury cars as I have found out in 2 years of owning a LEXUS, I have driven and owned many cars over the years and LEXUS tops them all by far.

Anyway thanks for your answer and many thanks

Don

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