Used 2003 Lexus SC 430 Consumer Reviews

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A Dream Car

Jay, 03/22/2010
2dr Convertible (4.3L 8cyl 5A)
5 of 6 people found this review helpful

I bought my 2003 SC430 with 50k miles on it for $20,000. Everything is immaculate on this car, always serviced when needed. The drive does have that sport car ride to it due to the low profile RFT's. The sound system sounds amazing although it is very expensive to replace just 1 speaker at $320. The rear seats (golf bag holder) are useless for people to sit in. The trunk surprisingly does have decent space when the top is up. Being that the model is still the same as of 2010. I will upgrade some of the standard parts to the newest style.

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Glad I bought it!

Dan Smith, 03/14/2008
2dr Convertible (4.3L 8cyl 5A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Owned several Corvettes, a TR-6 and an Austin Healy. This car takes the cake. Sometimes I have to look for things to do since no time is spent repairing this one.

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Lexus `SC430 engine blew up

Ronald Sage, 07/19/2003
2dr Convertible (4.3L 8cyl 5A)
6 of 9 people found this review helpful

In about nine inches of water on the road the car stalled and the engine blew. Lexus could not explain it and refused to cover it. Apparantly in any situation where there is water over the lowest point of the bumper it scoops into the engine compartment. This appears to be a serious design defect.

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in 2013 still turns heads

mrcongeniality, 09/22/2013
2dr Convertible (4.3L 8cyl 5A)
10 of 17 people found this review helpful

These cars were so ahead of there time in 2002. It is a great car overall and for a used convertible this is the best value you can get for a used convertible under 15k (2002 to 2004 used ones). Do not use in snow at all. Not even once inch it will crash. My friend who had one told me this. It drives smooth and refined and its reliable. If you buy a German used convertible you'll spend a lot in repairs. You won't with this. I don't have the run flats but I hear they are a problem. The top is up and down in 25 seconds.

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It's a keeper

dutch, 06/01/2006
2dr Convertible (4.3L 8cyl 5A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Yes, it does not handle like a porsche, but who cares! Top up or down you will not find a more enjoyable, relaxing cruising experience. Not a single problem in 3+ years of driving attests to the overall quality of the car. Cheaper than quite a few of the alternatives and still a car that gets approving looks and compliments just about any day that I drive it.

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