Q: Opinion about a Lexus GS 350

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What is your personal opinion about the Lexus brand, GS 350? I've been eyeing a 2013 model.

Those are good cars. Toyota makes them so they are good cars. You are going to pay more for parts and service because the parts cost more and they can hardly work as Toyotas. They are more complex. But they can last a long time. I have a customer with one of those that has 350,000 miles with the original engine and tranny. So I think that they can be great cars.

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