2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport vs Mercedes-Benz E350 vs BMW 535i race track review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Lexus GS 350 F is taking direct aim at both the new Mercedes-Benz E350 and the new BMW 535i. We recently had a chance to drive all three cars on the race track in Las Vegas to compare how well the newest and perhaps sexiest Lexus does against these two very well regarded and long established German luxury performance sedans. Check out this first drive review of the 2013 Lexus GS 350 F as we test all three cars head to head.
2013 Range Rover On and Off-Road 0-60 MPH First Drive Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The brand new 2013 Range Rover is 700 pounds
lighter than the out-going model. In a world where cars get heavier that's
very unusual and that's because Range Rover used lots of aluminum in the
construction premium British SUV. The 4th generation of the iconic off-road
vehicle is also more posh, more dirty worthy and of course more expensive.
In this exclusive TFLcar first drive review we test the new 2013 Range
Rover both on and off-road to see how it drives near the Grand Canyon in
Utah and Arizona. We also test the Range Rover Performance from 0-60 MPH,
and we get the SUV muddy and vertical on some very challenging off-road
2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport revealed Inside and Out
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport is the
sportiest car in the new 2013 Lexus GS line-up. And while you can't get the
F Sport with a bigger engine, it does come with a firmer suspension, dark
red leather interior and a suspension set-up that can be tuned for a much
firmer and sportier ride and handling. Check out his video as we reveal the
2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport
2013 Lexus ES vs GS 0-60 MPH Mashup Review: What's the best new Lexus sedan?
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Here's an interesting question. What is the best
new Lexus Sedan? Is it the 2013 Lexus ES300h or is it the 2013 Lexus AWD
GS350? The new Lexus ES300h is of course a large 200 horsepower hybrid 4-door
Lexus sedan that gets an amazing 40 MPG combined. While the new 2013 Lexus
AWD GS350 is also a large 4-door Lexus sedan but with All-wheel-drive and
of course a very powerful 3.5L V6 that puts out 306 HP. In another fun and
exclusive TFLcar Mashup review we try to find out which of these very
similar Lexus sedan's is the better car. It is a matchup of power versus
fuel economy or perhaps another way to look at it might be brown versus
2012 Audi A6 versus BMW 535i review: And the best luxury sedan is...
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new BMW 535i has almost always been the
benchmark for all other mid-sized luxury sedans. But for 2012 the all new
Audi A6 is taking direct aim at the BMW buyer as well as the 535i. The Audi
brings to the table a 310 HP supercharged powerplant, an 8 speed automatic
transmission and of course Quattro all-wheel-drive. But to not to be
outdone the BMW has all of the same stuff but instead of a supercharged
engine it comes with a turbo. So which
one is the better car?
2013 Lexus GS350 vs Jaguar XF Mashup Review: And the best sport luxury sedan is...?
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Lexus GS350 is all new and completely
redesigned from the ground up. Gone is the stodgy car of old replaced by a
much more passionate and sporty Lexus. The 2012 Jaguar XF has gotten a
minor facelift but the heart of the car remains the same with a 385 HP V8
under the hood. Both of these cars drive for that perfect balance of sport
performance and opulent luxury so which one is better? Check out another
unique TFLcar mashup review as we compare the two luxury sedans to see
which one deserves to be called the best sport luxury sedan.
2013 Lexus GS350 F-Sport Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
variety! In today's video, we will take an up close and personal in depth
look at the all new 2013 Lexus GS350 F-Sport. Quite the impressive
redesign from the previous model packed with new styling, luxury and great
build quality. The F-sport package is Lexus' answer to the BMW M-sport
package and features altered body styling, a sporty interior and
performance upgrades. While the exterior is quite unique, the interior
takes the best from BMW's center stack design by incorporating a 12.3"
multimedia interface with a unique controller in the center console.
There's lots and lots of tech demos towards the middle for those gadget
minded people, took a while to explain. I highly recommend checking it out
in person, as there's many trim levels and options to suit your needs as I
showed towards the end of the video. I, personally, am looking forward to
seeing the rest of the lexus fleet adapt to this new generation styling.
During this presentation, we will take a 1st person look at what the
vehicle is all about beginning with the start up, performance data, fuel
economy, the occasional track data, and build quality. Also, I will teach
you how to use most of the interior and exterior features in a detailed
fashion, that before, you could only get from going to a dealership
yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight key styling and unique
differences about the vehicle, any available options, and of course it
would not be an enthusiast car video without the good ole engine portion
with rev and Exhaust note with
interior and exterior perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car
designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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Team Review: Lexus GS 450h - Fifth Gear
The gang get a look at the Lexus GS 450h and Jason takes Tiff for a ride
round the track to put the hybrid through its paces.
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Few areas of the new car market are more fiercely fought for than the
executive car class - as you'll find out in this video review. We test two
cars - the BMW 520D and the Mercedes E220.
Mercedes has only recently revised the E-Class, after just four years,
telling of how competitive things are in this class. Meanwhile, BMW has
just pulled the wraps of its 5 Series, too.
From the outside, the new BMW 5 Series looks pretty similar to the old
version, but those with a keen eye will notice tweaked headlamps and
re-profiled bumpers. It gets a 520-litre boot, but this is 20 litres less
than what the Mercedes has to offer. Plus, you have to pay an extra £420
for a split fold rear seat.
Mercedes has taken a bolder approach in its facelift of the E-Class -
bringing you redesigned flanks, bold LED headlamps and a completely new
grille. Still, it looks a little boring alongside the sporty 5 Series, and
it's a similar story inside. But, it does get a roomier 540-litre boot.
The Mercedes provides a sensible drive - the standard adaptive dampers give
a really soft ride and the steering is direct and well-weighted. But, it's
just not that fun.
BMW, on the other hand, has a reputation for building fun-to-drive cars,
and this latest 5 Series is no exception. It manages corners with
excellence, has beautifully balanced rear-wheel-drive handling and direct
steering that's very well-weighted.
Both the BMW and the Mercedes cost around £32,000, while the Mercedes
emits 120g/km of CO2 and the BMW, 119g/km. Ultimately, both are going to be
chosen as company cars, but which one do you go for? The Mercedes is very
comfortable and quiet, but the BMW is equally desirable and better to
drive. Watch the video review and see what you think.
600HP LEXUS GS F
AGGIORNATO APRILE 2013:
I rumors riguardanti una berlina sportiva con il marchio GS F circolano
già dal 2010, ma fino ad ora non è stata data come risposta altro che
"verrà commercializzata con un V8 compresso" e "avrà un nuovo V8″.
Sebbene nessuna informazione sulla Lexus GS F sia stata ancora rilasciata
per il momento, il debutto della Lexus GS 350 F Sport nel 2011 ha fatto
capire che le intenzioni di produrre un'auto più imponente della IS F da
parte del marchio di Lexus fossero buone.
Mentre Lexus ci sta nascondendo i suoi piani futuri, la ditta ha da poco
registrato un marchio con il nome "GS F", ma solamente nel mercato
statunitense. Questo vorrebbe dire che l'ammiraglia GS F si farà davvero?
Questa domanda rimane ancora senza risposta considerando che non è la
prima volta che un costruttore registra un marchio senza magari poi avere
un risultato positivo.
Visto che la IS F è stata categoricamente smentita, ci potrebbero essere
più probabilità per la GS F. In più la conferma del coupé sportivo, su
base LF-LC Concept, potrebbe ampliare la gamma dei veicoli più radicali
all'interno di Lexus.
Per il momento quindi rimangono molte domande a cui si troverà una
risposta senza dubbio nei mesi che verranno.
2011 Lexus GS350 AWD Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
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Lexus IS and too-large Lexus LS, the Lexus GS offers an appealing blend of
luxury, comfort, and space. Although an older design does lead to some
dated technology interfaces, you can't deny this models incredibly plush
ride, smooth-revving engine, and high-quality cabin. Just be sure you
aren't the kind of driver that likes some sport with their luxury, as the
GS is strictly just a luxury sedan here.
2014 Lexus IS Review and Track Test (IS 250, IS 350 and F-Sport models)
Every car company hates the BMW 3-Series. It's always the benchmark, always
the sales champion, always the golden boy. BMW shifted nearly 100,000
3-Series models in America last year and they did so not by being "the
best" luxury sedan, but by pandering to the shopping public's desires.
Buyers have shown they want a comfy ride with a luxury logo on the front,
they want good fuel economy and they want to hear journalists say how well
the car handles on a track. The average buyer will never be on a track, but
it's critical to know your car belongs there. The old IS was a good car on
the track, but its demure looks sold more on Lexus' reliability and dealer
reputation than the car's track diaries. As we know from Volvo and Lexus'
sales numbers in this segment, two things don't move metal: reliability and
safety. For 2014 Lexus went back to the drawing board completely
redesigning the IS sedan to be their most dynamic sedan ever. Does it have
what it takes to take on the Germans and Infiniti's new Q50? Join us as we
head to Austin to look at the all-new 2014 Lexus IS 250, Lexus IS 350,
Lexus IS 250 F-Sport and Lexus IS 350 F-Sport.
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2014 LEXUS GS 350 - INTERIOR -EXTERIOR- Design
The mid-size Lexus GS was refreshed and reinvigorated in the 2013 model
year, and it returns as the Lexus GS 350 and GS 450h hybrid again for 2014,
ready to take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz E Class, BMW 5-Series, Audi
A6, and Cadillac CTS yet again.
The GS has usually been an also-ran in that category, but it's made
substantial progress in handling and styling. The new face of Lexus has
been applied to its front end, and the GS now has a boomeranged frame for
the grille that asserts a visual identity in a way no Lexus ever has. It
pairs well with the Nakamichi-minimalist interior fitted inside,
upholstered with lots of leather and LED lighting--a cool workplace that
conversely feels very warm and inviting.
The GS 350 runs with a 3.5-liter V-6 that's now rated at 306 horsepower. Rear-drive
versions now have an eight-speed automatic, while all-wheel-drive models
carry over the six-speed automatic that's been around since the last
generation, though with the addition of shift paddles and eco and sport
modes. We expect better 0-60 mph times than the previously estimated 5.7
seconds, maybe by a tenth or two. Lexus even pipes in some of the
soundtrack directly into the cabin, in an about-face of more than 20 years'
worth of branding and positioning centered around quietness.
Handling is a focus now, too, and even the base GS sedans seem to plant
themselves more firmly. The F Sport package dials in electric steering as
good as any German-brand luxosedan, with the same near-zero tolerance for
potholes in ride quality. Toss in optional active steering, and the GS'
transitions are sharper, cleaner than any of the mid-size German sedans or
the Cadillac CTS; it's a breathtaking difference in philosophy and in
driving feel. Electronics are equalizing the differences here quickly,
neutralizing some of the hallmarks of the great German sedans and erasing
some of the deficits of the former also-rans from Japan.
The GS 450h hybrid is a notably different beast. It blends V-6 and electric
power to the rear wheels for improvements to the GS' EPA-rated fuel economy
numbers, with some mild changes applied to its exterior and cabin to
distinguish it from gas-powered models. But while the last-generation GS
hybrid put its foot down for performance while sacrificing some gas
mileage, Lexus is turning the equation around for the newest edition. The
EPA of 29/34 mpg and 31 mpg combined compares to the GS 350's 19/28 mpg;
today's hybrid thus puts more distance between itself than did the previous
hybrid, an improvement of about 35 percent, according to Lexus. While fuel
economy has improved, Lexus also says the 338-hp GS 450h hybrid is quicker:
it will accelerate from 0-60 mph in about 5.6 seconds, and will reach a top
speed of about 134 mph.
There's a wide gap in ride and handling, too. Lexus has opted to make its
semi-active suspension standard on the hybrid, along with electric power
steering and a drive-mode selector that programs the electronic
continuously variable transmission (ECVT) to behave in eco, sport,
sport-plus, and EV modes, as well as in normal mode. It now has eight
pre-programmed steps, instead of six. The different driving styles adapt
well enough to the GS 450h's demeanor, though it's still saddled with the
lower end of the GS' performance abilities--the smaller sizes of tires,
lower rolling resistance for better fuel economy, and a lighter touch to
its steering all remove the feedback that's been carefully dialed into the
sporty versions of the gas-powered GS 350. The brakes are the usual hybrid
sore point, with lots of regenerative stiffness and little real braking
sensation. This is the GS to drive if you're strictly concerned with a
In comfort and spaciousness, the Lexus GS hasn't expanded its universe
much--and that's fine, since it's hard to go anywhere from standard 10-way
power seats, other than optional 18-way power front seats with heating and
ventilation and semi-aniline leather in the loveliest of shades. The GS'
rear seat remains tight at the knees in spite of some mild reshaping, and
the trunk is a little shallow. Lexus' mix of wood and leather on luxury
versions is sweetly rendered, and the high-tech F Sport trim looks fine,
even if we're not sure what it's meant to simulate. Fewer trim pieces and
types would heighten the performance-studio impression even more, we think.
The GS 450h gets the usual blue hybrid badges, a choice of unvarnished
bamboo, and hybrid-specific information screens.
2011 BMW 535i M-Sport Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 BMW 535i M-Sport. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Thanks again to Hendrick BMW for allowing me to film this vehicle! for more
information on this one as well as others visit www.hendrickbmw.com
2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 Coupe Eco vs Sport Mode 0-60 MPH Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 Coupe 4Matic is a
sporty two door German luxury car that competes with other premium two door
German coupes like the Audi A5. The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 is fast,
comfortable and firmly planted both on the highway and carving canyons. To
help maximize every drop of fuel the E350 can be driven in Eco mode or
Sports mode. Of course we were immediately curious which mode is faster. In another accurate, informative and
fun TFLcar review Roman drives this newest e-class Merc from 0-60 MPH in
both Eco and Sports mode to see which one is faster. You may be surprised by the results.
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