I haven't seen anything posted for USD pricing, however one japanese member posted japan pricing for all RC models, which if we convert we may get close to what US pricing is like.
You may not have any luck finding many answers on that here but if you go on a much more well established forum, like clublexus, i'm sure there will be many people that can point you to the right direction.Also can anyone advise of any dealers in the southeast (florida) that might be worth dealing with as this car becomes available? thanks.
how do you explain the IS coupe that was spied a while ago with F-Styling?well the RC is a whole different breed, read somewhere that isn't not supposed to be the successor to the IS Coupe, although it is a coupe that sort of sits in a similar segment.
It sucks they're charging more than MSRP, smart on their end seeing the hype around the RC, one of the most highly anticipated Lexus models ever.I just purchased my RC 350 F Sport here in NJ. I wanted an ordered vehicle and I had 2 offers. Princeton Lexus in NJ wanted $1000 over invoice and Bridgewater Lexus in NJ wanted $500.00.
I went with Princeton because they offered a lot more for my trade.
I find if you use the internet salespeople you get better pricing.
Don't fall for the dealers telling you its a hot car so the price is MSRP.
That's my 2 cents worth.
Costco alone gets you between $500 -$900 over invoice. All you need is Costco card (it's definitely on their list now...recently added).
Does Costco have it's own dealership or do you just order one and have it sent to the nearest costco?Costco alone gets you between $500 -$900 over invoice. All you need is Costco card (it's definitely on their list now...recently added).