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  1. I have a 2017 RX350 and love it...and I think it looks much better than the 2015 RX 350 I traded it in for. If you don't like the new models don't buy one. I suppose Lexus' sales numbers will ultimately determine success, but seeing the number of RX's AND NX's in the new style I'd say they're doing awfully well.
  2. Hi Rick Both are beautiful cars...I am hoping my LC holds it's value...I only drive it in summer with no chance of rain 🙂 so it's going to have a relatively low mileage. I do have to say I love my LC, both the way it drives/performs as well as the looks I get while driving it. Since they are new to the market, only time will tell. I know my RX's held/hold their value really well. When I was looking around, I was also considering an Aston Martin Vantage (I had owned one previously and it is a beautiful car!) as well as a Corvette. In the end it came down to my familiarity with Lexus....I have owned a few RX's in the past and for quality of service, Lexus (IMHO) is second to none. I'm sure you've compared Lexus vs Acura service programs. I am a little surprised that Acura is willing to knock off $30K (20%) off the MSRP...this is not common for "supercars" of any brand (as far as I know) me it would signal (red flag) an issue with either the car or the dealership. Looking at the Inspiration edition, it looks from the website that it only comes in the blue LC up top an actual Inspiration edition or a "regular" LC? If you choose a "regular" LC, I would highly recommend the performance the very least get the 21" wheels. It's fun to do the shopping eh? Naturally I'm biased toward the LC. Good luck with your decision.
  3. Cam830

    Hi all...

    Thanks! Unfortunately I'm scheduled for a knee replacement in May so a good chunk of driving time will be wasted during my recuperation...6 weeks they say 😞
  4. I've owned a 911TT as well as an Aston Martin Vantage....I was thinking the exact opposite...both had greater amounts of brake dust than my LC....What did service say?
  5. Love my LC but the controls can be a touch daunting...I have a RX350 with the throttle-style control/...the LC has a finger touch pad...I prefer the throttle but that's just my opinion.
  6. That's a great idea...any chance Lexus will develop their own...high curbs intimidate me big time...ending up parking 3 feet from curb
  7. Cam830

    Hi all...

    Just joined the club and am excited to hear about all things Lexus. I've owned a Lexus for years (RX's all). I currently have a 2017 RX350 (my go-to vehicle) and just purchased a 2018 LC500 (my 3rd midlife crisis vehicle). It's finally getting warm enough to take out the LC (today), although we generally wait until all the gravel is off the highways. Cheers Cam