Pricing Notes

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) on these mid-size sport sedans reflect their impressive content and capabilities while keeping them competitive and in line with offerings from the Germans (Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz) as well as Japanese upscale competitors (the Acura RL, Infiniti M35 and M45) and even slightly lower price-point cars, such as the Cadillac STS. The GS 350 starts near $47,000, with the GS 350 AWD closer to $49,000 and the GS 460 at about the $55,000 mark. Options can add as much as $10,000 to those prices, but those who can live without every bell and whistle available can keep prices near base and come away with a very enticing car. Toyota's resale value might also be enticing, as the GS line's projected residual values are marginally better than those of the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series, Infiniti M and Mercedes-Benz E-Class competitors, and notably better than those of the Cadillac STS.

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