The Lexus RC gets new front and rear fascias, a front grille, headlights and taillights, daytime running lights on the outboard mirrors, revised springs and shocks, an updated turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, as well as Amazon Alexa Integration. Apple CarPlay is now available, while Lexus' Enform Remote system now has smartwatch and Amazon Alexa integration. Lastly, the Premium Package has been updated, too. See the 2019 Lexus RC models for sale near you
Unless you live in the snow belt, choose a RWD version for some semblance of sportiness. The RC 350 has a decent amount of power, especially in a compact coupe. Audiophiles should also check out the optional 17-speaker/835-watt Mark Levinson surround-sound system. Find a Lexus RC for sale
The 2019 Lexus RC coupe comes as one basic model, but with different drivetrains. For marketing purposes Lexus itemizes the RC in four core trims: RC 300, RC 300 AWD, RC 350 and RC 350 AWD. There is also the high-performance RC F with its RC F Track Edition. All prices include the factory delivery charge.
The RC 300 ($42,175) starts with 18-in alloy wheels, dual polished stainless steel exhaust pipes, selectable driving modes, cruise control, LED lighting, puddle lamps, heated side mirrors, push-button start, climate control, an analog clock, 60/40-split rear seats, a 7-in infotainment screen, a rearview camera with dynamic guidelines, a self-dimming rearview mirror, adaptive cruise control, forward-collision mitigation with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, intelligent high beams, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, voice controls, a 256-watt/10-speaker audio with HD/satellite radio, an auxiliary audio input and dual USB ports.
The RC 300 AWD ($44,860) has its own engine, AWD and heated front seats.
The RC 350 ($45,100) has the same V6 as the 300 AWD, but it's tuned for more horsepower.
The RC 350 AWD ($47,265) adds AWD.
The RC F ($65,775) is the high-performance variant. It has 19-in alloy wheels, power-adjustable front sport seats (driver: 10-way; passenger: 8-way), bespoke suspension, bigger brakes and a dedicated body kit. There is also an RC F Track Edition ($97,675) that includes the RC F's features, plus a carbon fiber hood, roof, front spoiler, fixed rear wing and more.
The list of options includes a sunroof, 19-in alloy wheels, triple-beam LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, navigation, a 10.3-in display, driver's-side memory settings, park assist, Apple CarPlay and an upgraded audio system.
The Premium Package: Lexus Memory System for driver's seat, outside mirrors and steering wheel, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, rain sensing wipers, heated and ventilated front seats and Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA).
The F Sport package brings an adaptive variable suspension with a "sport plus" mode (for extra stiffness), sport front seats, aluminum pedals, 19-in alloys, high-friction brake pads, TFT instrumentation, variable gear ratio steering and 4-wheel steering.
The RC F offers a carbon fiber roof option, which reduces weight and lowers the center of gravity.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||6 Years/70,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||6 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Maintenance||1 Years/10,000 Miles|
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