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Hi,

I am so bored of my IS200 Sport the accelration bugs the hell out of me!

So I have been looking at cars and have not come up with anything I like other than the GS300.

Could someone tell me how much it costs to fill one up and how many miles they get on a full tank also how much service costs are.

Also as the spec sheet is not working was the difference between the sport, s and se ?

I am looking at the MKII.

Cheers

GK

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A supercharged IS200 is quicker than a stock GS300 (0-62mph, not top end.) B)

IS200 with s/c 7.3 secs 0-62mph

GS300 8.2 secs 0-62mph

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Guys,

Thanks but small thing. 3900 fitted where as a GS300 will be 2k to change to.

Belive me if I had 4 grand then I just might well do it.

Cheers

GK.

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Ahhh.. but when you come to sell the car, you can remove the S/C and sell it, and recover some of the expenses...

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There is a spreadsheet somewhere in the Gold forum that outlines cost per mile for every Lexus model.. and breaks down into fuel costs/servicing/depreciation etc..

Have a look, it should answer your question..

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I usually got about 26-28 to the gallon from the GS300 especially on longer runs, less round the town. Costs about £45 to fill it up.

Now have a 430 which I am getting 24 to the gallon from - but it's worth it for the extra push in the back !

Both are great cars and fantastic cruisers B)

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