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Lexus has revealed the pricing for its entire lineup of RC Coupes. The base model, a rear-drive RC 350, goes for $43,715. Adding all-wheel drive to the vehicle brings the price up to $45,950.

The navigation package costs $5,324 and includes features like Lexus' Enform infotainment, a remote touchpad and a DVD player. The premium sub-package (which is included in the navigation package) includes heated front seats, advanced blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, a power moonroof, 19-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler.

The luxury package goes for $8,733 and includes blind spot monitoring, 19-inch wheels, an upgraded audio system, wood trim, leather seats and more. Then there is the F Sport package which adds adaptive variable suspension with Sport S+ driving mode, 19-inch 10-spoke wheels, performance tires, aluminum pedals, high-friction brake pads and bolsters F-sport seats.

The Lexus RC F starts at $63,325.

Check out more info on the new announced pricing through this link --> Lexus RC Coupe Priced From $43,715 » AutoGuide.com News
 

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Pricing is not too bad at all.
Although the luxury package will make the overall price jump up quite a bit, for what is included it seems to be well worth it to me.
 

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Yea, the luxury package is quite expensive. It seems to offer some nice upgrades to the RC350, but it is a lot of money. Not so bad if you add it to the RC 350 but it makes the RC F over $70k.
 

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Do dealerships even get complete base models? Those have to be special ordered don't they? I highly doubt you can find an RC -f for 63k.
I was at a dealer and test drove an F sport a few days ago and asked that question. They said they will most likely only be getting the F Sport packages for now. Everything they had was about $52k......
 

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I was at a dealer and test drove an F sport a few days ago and asked that question. They said they will most likely only be getting the F Sport packages for now. Everything they had was about $52k......
yeah I think dealers are allotted a specific amount and type of car based on a few factors. But you won't be walking into a lexus dealer and seeing a completely base RC-F or RC-350 starting at those prices. They will make you order those and wait...at least for now.
 

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I was at a dealer and test drove an F sport a few days ago and asked that question. They said they will most likely only be getting the F Sport packages for now. Everything they had was about $52k......
How did you like it? mind giving a bit of a review?
Are you also interested in any other vehicles in the same segment, like the 4 series coupe?
 

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How did you like it? mind giving a bit of a review?
Are you also interested in any other vehicles in the same segment, like the 4 series coupe?
Well, I was actually starting to look into an IS 250/350 as I am coming off an Acura lease in 6 months. I saw the RC on their website and loved it as I have wanted to go back to a sport coupe.. That being said, I happened to be next door to Lexus and saw 3 F-Sports outside so went to take a look. I was offered a drive and very much enjoyed it. I can say that if you require a back seat, it may not be a good choice! If you are over 5'10" or so there won't be any leg room in back. It was also a bit hard to get into the back, probably only suited for kids or gymnasts! Interior is great otherwise, fits like a glove and I liked the setup. I'm coming from a relatively bland sedan so this seemed super high tech to me! Sorry I can't give a better review other than the F-Sport looks amazing in person and is very fun to drive! I'm nearly 100% sure this will be my next ride in 5-6 months. Might be good I have some time as they mentioned no discounting....
 
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