Nobody will ever call a $45,500 luxury two-door a great buy, but the Lexus RC makes a case for itself.
In base trim, it comes with synthetic leather upholstery, wood trim, power-adjustable front seats, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto compatibility. All-wheel drive runs $2,690 more.
All RC models are backed by a 4-year/50,000-mile warranty. With points for standard equipment and a reasonable infotainment system, the RC scores a 7.
Which Lexus RC should I buy?
The RC 350 runs $48,400 to start ($2,165 more with all-wheel drive), and it’s worthwhile just for its engine upgrade.
We’d probably step up to the F Sport, which looks a little snazzier but also comes with adaptive dampers and serves as the gateway to a Torsen limited-slip rear differential. With special paint, upgraded audio, a heated steering wheel, and the Torsen diff, the RC 350 F Sport runs about $55,000.
How much is a fully loaded Lexus RC?
At $67,845, the RC F is something of a performance value. Lexus demands that you add nearly $18,000 in carbon fiber bits if you want any color other than white or black, though. We’d probably spend instead for the $6,375 Premium Package with its leather cabin, heated/cooled front seats, and forged wheels wearing Michelin rubber.
The RC F Track Edition comes with all sorts of carbon-fiber trim for upward of $100,000. Not for us.
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