Used 2018 Lexus LC 500 Coupe


$85,272 - $95,777
2018 Lexus LC 500

2018 Highlights

The Lexus LC 500 is all-new for 2018.
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Pros

  • Cabin design and interior materials are extraordinary
  • Effective at being both sporty and comfortable
  • Acceleration from the big V8 is smooth and quick
  • Generous list of standard features

Cons

  • Not as customizable as other high-end sport coupes
  • Sport seats' aggressive bolstering will prove uncomfortable to some
  • The trunk won't hold much cargo and interior storage space is limited
  • Touchpad controller is frustrating to use

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Used 2018 Lexus LC 500 Coupe for Sale

Lexus LC 500 2018 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 10A) Ultra White Rioja Red premium leather2,160 miles
Used 2018Lexus LC 500Base
List:$95,777
Est.Loan: $1,743/mo
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Dealer Notes

LC 500 trim. CARFAX 1-Owner. NAV, Leather Seats, Sunroof, iPod/MP3 Input, Keyless Start, Dual Zone A/C, Satellite Radio, Alloy Wheels, Quad Seats, Back-Up Camera. CLICK ME!MP3 Player, Remote Trunk Release, Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Controls, Heated Mirrors.EXPERTS ARE SAYINGKBB.com's review says It becomes immediately evident that the Lexus LC is something special from the moment the wheels begin to turn. In fact, the LC is the first Lexus -- and perhaps the only Japanese vehicle -- to accurately match the high-speed composure of its Autobahn-tuned rivals..KEY FEATURES INCLUDELeather Seats, Navigation, Sunroof, Quad Bucket Seats, Back-Up Camera, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Start, Dual Zone A/C.Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.

Lexus LC 500 2018 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 10A) Ultra White Rioja Red leather/suede7,337 miles
Used 2018Lexus LC 500Base
List:$85,272
Est.Loan: $1,552/mo

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Features & Specs

2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 10A)
MPG19
Seating4
Transmission10-speed shiftable automatic
Fuelgas
Horsepower471 hp @ 7100 rpm

Safety

Our experts like the LC 500 models:

All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

Maintains a set distance between the LC 500 and the car in front, automatically adjusting your speed. Can bring the LC 500 to a full stop.
Pre-Collision System

Sounds an alert if a front collision with a vehicle or pedestrian is deemed imminent. Can also automatically apply the brakes.
Intuitive Park Assist

Sounds an alert as the LC 500 approaches an object in front of or behind the car.

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Bought it for the looks
Update for July 2018: Having now had the car for a year, I can say it gets better over time. I absolutely adore this car as a daily driver and road-tripper. The highway mileage is so good it seems fake. When cruising in Eco mode I'm easily getting 30 mpg. This doesn't even make sense until you realize the car can switch between Atkinson and Otto cycles. The engine scream never gets old in Sport+ mode. I just can't get enough. Sometimes I switch to Sport+ just to pass people with that crazy loud noise. After a year I expected to have buyer's remorse, or a wandering eye for the Mercedes AMG GT. Or the Porche 911 Carerra. But no. The LC 500 is a car that just grows on you and still turns heads. It's the supermodel you can actually live with everyday. *** Outstanding visual appeal inside and out, with disappointing acceleration. Go for the bespoke option, even though it's a 3-month wait. Neither the touring nor sport packages gives you the correct combination of options. Here's the combination you want, starting from bone-stock, in order of importance: 1. Limited Slip Differential (LSD), 2. Convenience Package, 3. Heads Up Display (HUD). Done. All other packages and options actually worsen the car's performance. Or they package excellent options (like the retractable spoiler) with unnecessary ones (like Variable Gear-Ratio steering). Basically you want the LSD to correct the flaws in the drivetrain. The stock, active, rear open-differential loses too much horsepower at the wheels. The LSD is mechanical: more horsepower, more traction. With the stock differential, you have to pay attention when you're kicking the tail loose. It's still fun, but the LSD gives you +HP +control. No-brainer option there. The Convenience Package gives you parking assist. You must have this. The dimensions of the car make it difficult to park. Parking assist will save you, again and again. Get it, save your body work, make parking garages your best friend. Option 3, the HUD, is just plain cool. It's actually an unintentional safety feature, keeping your eyes focused at near-driving distance. It even shows the song you've cued up from your phone via Bluetooth. After engine break-in, get the dealer to fix the rev limiter to 7,300rpm. It's limited to 7,000rpm off the lot. Peak horsepower is at 7,100rpm so the rev limiter is ruining the fun. Oh, and don't get the hybrid, seriously. You'll regret it. The 33% savings in mileage is not worth it. Just get a Tesla or a BMW i8. Pros: The looks, the sounds, the textures, a fantasy for the senses. True opulence. The car looks twice as expensive as it costs. Ride quality is Lexus smooth. Excellent steering feedback, in bone stock configuration. A masterpiece of emotional driving, makes you want to drive forever. Cons: Slower than a Roush Mustang 427 because the LC 500 drivetrain is not designed for performance. Handles like a Challenger SRT8 (it's that heavy). Costs more than a BMW M4. Out-of-touch infotainment controls. Why you should buy it: Honestly? Because it gives you the emotional response you would expect from a dream car. If you do not feel this way after seeing it then don't buy it. Simple. I personally would have gotten just as much raw driving pleasure from a Mustang GT. However, I have a transcendental experience every time I drive the LC 500. It just takes my breath away. Configuration reviewed: Black on black V8, Convenience Package, All-Weather Package, Touring Package, Heads Up Display.
Brakes are terrible
The brakes squeal on a consistent basis. The dealership tells me that it is normal?? I read the LC blogs and it is a common problem. Lexus needs to address this issue ASAP.
Squeak
Great car. Brakes squeal and it is getting worse.
Used 2018 Lexus LC 500 Coupe Overview

The Used 2018 Lexus LC 500 Coupe is offered in the following styles: , and 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 10A).

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  • The Used 2018 Lexus LC 500 Coupe Base is priced between $85,272 and $95,777 with odometer readings between 2160 and 7337 miles.

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