Car Review: 2013 Lexus GS
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had everything from a radar cruise control to a lane keep assist warning system, which warned the driver when they were crossing outside of the car’s lane.  However, the vehicle we reviewed lacked the available blinds-spot technology system, which offers visual and audible alerts to the driver of objects in its blind-spot before changing lanes. Just like the back-up camera, blind-spot should be standard on this premium class vehicle, as opposed to a $500 option.

Competition: Audi’s A6, BMW’s 5-Series, Chrysler 300 SRT8 and Infiniti’s M-Series


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