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1998 Lexus GS 400 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
Lexus introduced the GS 400 in 1998 to quell complaints that its GS cars lacked the power to be considered true sports sedans. Previous GS offerings were too big and had engines that were too small to be anything more than a four door, luxury sedan.
That changed with the GS 400's debut in 1998. The new vehicle had a 4.0 liter, V8 engine that delivered 300 horsepower and propelled the GS 400 from zero to 60 miles per hour in 5.4 seconds.
"The 4.0 liter engine is a magnificent work of art!" wrote one owner. "What other car accelerates so quickly and smoothly?" A common complaint for almost all Lexus models this year stemmed from the trunk-mounted CD changer.
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Lexus GS 400 Questions
Car Battery Drained After Letting Car Sit For A Day Or Two. Is It Due To Th...
My car hasn't had any issues when it comes to the battery/alternator in awhile. About 2 weeks ago when i tried starting the car it wouldn't start and was making a clicking sound. Turns out the batte...
A Lighted Car Is Showing Up On My Dashboard In Yellow. Anyone Know What Th...
Alighted car with headlights just showed up on my the lower middle portion of my dashboard. Does anyone know what this means? I am the original owner but it is a 1998 and i don't know where the owne...
Shifting Transmission Will Not Come Out Of Low Gear
Program Keyfob Combo For 1998 Lexus Gs 400
How do I program the keyfob for my 1998 Lexus GS 400?
Lexus Remote Issue
This is Tasha again, thanks for the answer about the remote, I took the car and the remote to the dealer and was told that there must be something wrong with one remote because when they program the r...