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Any close ball park pricing for the 2015 RC350F sport may be at later this year say november/dec. ?
 

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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.
 

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Is car pricing around the same when you compare Japan with the US? I am also wondering if the fact that Lexus is Japanese might mean that it is cheaper in Japan than abroad.
 

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Well what might the pricing be? high 40's or 50 something? just a ballpark, I can't find whoever posted the Japanese pricing.
 

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Well what might the pricing be? high 40's or 50 something? just a ballpark, I can't find whoever posted the Japanese pricing.
 

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2015 rc 350 f pricing

Also can anyone advise of any dealers in the southeast (florida) that might be worth dealing with as this car becomes available? thanks.
 

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Also can anyone advise of any dealers in the southeast (florida) that might be worth dealing with as this car becomes available? thanks.
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.
 

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Do u guys still don't know the price of RC 350?
26th of Aug was released the price for RC 350 / F in Russian Federation, for now it's being available for pre-order.
The price for RC 350 starts at 2,750,000 rubles, equal to 76k$, and ends at 2,950,000 (around 80k$)
The F versions starts at 3,950,000 (almost 110k$) rubles, ends at 4,250,000 (bit over 118k$).
There are no executive or base-like (poor-naked) complectations, either Luxury or F Sport-Luxury (this one has no hatchway-roof at top and a few littles features like lane-changing support (yellow indicators in mirrors) )

I own 2014 IS 250 F Sport Executive, bought for 43$k (the luxury costs 56k$), so the pricing should be kinda dissapointing as it thought to me...
ISIII based coupe has such expensive pricing. I'd like to buy IS 350, but in my country only 250 is available :(
Sorry for my English, not a native.
By the way, Im gonna pre-order in few days (; 350 F Sport of course (;
 

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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.
 

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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.
how do you explain the IS coupe that was spied a while ago with F-Styling?
 

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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.
 

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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.
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.

What vehicle were you trading in for the RC and what was the trade in difference from the 2 dealers you went to?

Are you planning on getting any accessories/modifications for your RC once you take delivery?
 

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Hello O.L.T. I paid only $1000 OVER Invoice. Most people I hear are paying MSRP or $500 under MSRP. I have found that dealing online is so much better than going into the dealerships.
The difference in trade was $1400.00. so even though I paid $500 more on the invoice side, I more than made up for it on the trade side.
As far as accessories go, I am seeing a lot of people are interested in getting the car lowered by replacing the springs but, let me get the car first. The I'll decide on what ill do.
Have you seen any Mods for the RC yet?
 

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I just bought my RC350 F Sport yesterday and got it for $300 under MSRP.
 

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Costco alone gets you between $500 -$900 over invoice. All you need is Costco card (it's definitely on their list now...recently added).

Yes now they do, but back in December they did not offer getting the RC350 below cost. I even tried AAA, and he was getting told from dealers in CA that they were charging upwards of $5K over MSRP.


Same thing happened when the Camaro first came back in 2010, the new Vette, and the new Mustang for a while.
 
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