2013 Lexus GS 350 Ranks as One of the Fastest Selling Cars in USA


2013 Lexus GS 350

The 2013 Lexus GS 350 is one of the top-ten fastest selling cars in the USA, according to Edmunds.

The ranking looks at the days-to-turn, or how many days between a vehicle’s arrival at the dealership and its purchase by a customer. In the month of March, the industry average was 53 days — in contrast, the GS 350 was only on the lot for an average of 15 days.

Other Lexus vehicles that performed well: the GX 460 at 28th with an average of 25 days at the dealership, the CT 200h at the 37th position with 28 days, and RX 350 coming in at 44th with 31 days-to-turn.

(The fastest selling vehicle in the USA? The Toyota Prius C, with a eight day dealership stay.)

[Source: Edmunds via TTAC]

Comments


  • LexusNN

    It’s so good to see that Lexus’ new face has done so well. They made a game changing decision and it has paid off. I love the GS

  • http://twitter.com/Abhitheakbar Abhi Kumar

    ya i have notice that too @ my dealership . The dealer now has to keep one GS for customer showcase. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

    GREAT SUCCESS!!!

  • Qtc

    Yeah awesome car

  • BlackDynamiteNY

    I don’t put a whole lot of stock in days to turn/supply because the manufacturer can manipulate it by restricting supply.  It needs to be coupled with high sales to justify.  The GS is still well behind the class leaders in sales.  Lexus GX sells 800-1000 a month?

    Audis have very low days supply, but they also have very low sales compared to luxury car leaders.  

    The Prius C makes it more valuable because they sold 9-10k in 2-3 weeks…..
    BD

  • http://www.facebook.com/teekay.tk Taimur Khan

    lack of traditional US brands from the list, why is that

  • MT

    Yo, the GS is one hell of a car!

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

    ahaha You can always lie with statistics. Let’s just enjoy this. (=

  • BlackDynamiteNY

    It’s not a matter of lying, and numbers don’t lie.

    But this number only tells a very small part of the story.  It isn’t THE story……
    BD

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

     ahaha That’s what I meant by “lying.” (;

  • http://about.me/juanmcm Martín Coppedè

    I like so much Lexus, CT, GS and LS, but the restyle of the GS… it seems to be so ‘closer’ with BMW Serie 5 and Audi A6…
    Anyway, I hope this new Lexus politics can demonstrate that they can do better their job than european or american brands.

  • http://about.me/juanmcm Martín Coppedè

    I like so much Lexus, CT, GS and LS, but the restyle of the GS… it seems to be so ‘closer’ with BMW Serie 5 and Audi A6…
    Anyway, I hope this new Lexus politics can demonstrate that they can do better their job than european or american brands.

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  • Harry_Wild

    Hard to believe that it is starting out that the 2013 Lexus GS is one of the best selling car in it class!  I guess my taste are different then the general public because I think the front end is ugly!  LOL!  Good for Lexus designers!   It shows that I have no taste!  LOL! 

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Haha — maybe you just need time to get used to the new design.