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2015 Lexus RC Coupe Starts at $43,715

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 11/13/2014 Kelly Pleskot
2015 Lexus RC Coupe Starts at $43,715

Lexus has released full pricing information for its entire RC performance lineup, which is now on sale in dealerships nationwide. The base rear-wheel-drive model starts at $43,715, including $925 destination.

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Adding all-wheel drive brings the price to $45,950. Both trim levels are available with nine exterior color options, including variants of grey, white, red, blue, black, and most notably, that famous Molten Pearl orange color we see advertised all the time.

Buyers can choose from a number of loaded optional packages on the base RC 350. The Navigation System Package, priced at $5324 adds a navigation screen, Lexus Enform Destinations and App Suite, DVD player, a remote touchpad, as well as a number of unrelated options. Checking off this $5324 box also gets you the Premium sub-package, which brings heated/ventilated front seats and advanced blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert. It also tacks on a power moonroof, 19-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler. 2015 Lexus RC 350© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Lexus RC 350

A Luxury Package adds a heated steering wheel, heated/ventilated front seats, perforated leather trim with Linear Dark Gray or Linear Brown wood trim, rain-sensing windshield wipers, blind spot monitor with rear-cross-traffic alert, power tilt-and-telescoping steering, and more. It also includes a power moonroof, 19-inch wheels, rear spoiler, nav system, and 17-speaker surround sound Mark Levinson audio system as well as parking assist. All this is combined in an $8733 package.

The F Sport package brings some of the goodies in the Luxury Package as well as performance-oriented upgrades for a hefty $9343 price tag. Buyers will get an adaptive variable suspension with Sport S+ driving mode, 19-inch 10-spoke wheels and performance tires, aluminum pedals, high-friction brake pads, and bolstered F-sport seats. It also comes with black headliner, power tilt-and-telescoping steering, and unique exterior styling and interior trim.

Two of the above packages listed above are also available on the all-wheel drive version, but with slightly higher prices. All-wheel-drive RC models also come with an optional all-weather package. The Luxury Package is not available.

Those looking for more power will want to upgrade to the 467-hp RC F model, which starts at $63,325 including destination. Available options for the high-performance coupe variant include a $4400 Premium package, which brings LED L-shaped headlamps, heated/ventilated front seats, blind spot monitor, parking assist, and dark carbon fiber interior trim. A $1760 Navigation Package tacks on a nav system, while a $280 all-weather package brings a heated steering wheel, high-intensity heater, and windshield wiper de-icer. Other individual options include 19-inch wheels, leather interior trim, triple beam LED headlamps, moonroof, and torque-vectoring differential.

Fuel economy information is also now available for the RC line. The RC 350 comes in at 19/28 mpg city/hwy with rear-wheel drive or 19/26 mpg when paired with all-wheel drive. Efficiency for the more powerful RC F drops to 16/25 mpg.

Source: Lexus

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