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  • Less is more in the case of the Lexus RC , which provides a more enjoyable stroll through the countryside when you don't add the optional F Sport .

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    All Years to All Years. Ultrasonic Blue Mica 2. Vehicle history data provided by Experian AutoCheck. The Lexus RC 's engine makes enjoyable whooshing, rush-of-air sounds, but you never feel a rush of acceleration — partly because the powertrain programming feels economy-minded.

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    The Lexus RC doesn't look any less extreme now than it did when the radically styled coupe went on sale a few years ago. It's been kept fresh and competitive over the years with new engine and feature updates, of which I've sampled almost every version.

    The latest RC to roll through the Cars. It was likable not just because of its affordability, but also because it didn't have the optional navigation system, with its goofy Lexus Remote Touchpad , or the ride-quality-ruining F Sport Package. Read our review of the here ; it's not all that different from the , apart from how it was equipped.

    The Lexus RC is one of four coupe versions of the RC and the most powerful of the three more-modest ones in that group the no-excuses, Vpowered RC F tops the range.

    Specifications are listed separately for the RC t and the RC Compare all four of them side by side here. Lexus' Remote Touchpad interface replaces the RC's typical multimedia system dial controller as well as the mouselike device found on most other Lexus models. Like a laptop mousepad, you swipe with your fingertips to move a cursor on the main multimedia system for audio, navigation and phone control.

    Most Lexus RCs I've tes Most Lexus RCs I've tested have this, and it isn't particularly easy to use while driving. It's easy to trigger the touchpad even when you don't want to, and swipes don't always result in the desired cursor movement. Test cars are usually loaded with options, so I was surprised more like thrilled to see the base multimedia system and standard dial controller.

    You simply rotate it from Radio to Display to Setup, etc. Even if you haven't, it's easy to pick up. On the downside, the controller isn't decorated in any unique way — it's still the base system, after all — and the screen isn't as high-resolution or filled with as many smartphone integration features as RCs with navigation. The Lexus RC lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto , my preferred phone integration system in new cars, but at least the standard infotainment system has new-for Scout GPS integration, where you download a navigation app that displays on the RC's main media screen.

    The Lexus RC isn't very phone-friendly in another regard: My wife and I both have plus-sized iPhones in big cases, and there's no open cubby to hold them. Both were too big to fit in the cupholders.

    The door pockets are hard to get at while seated, and for a passenger to access the center console is intrusive to the driver. For a nice drive with that special someone, you should either get smaller phones or leave them at home — the phone, not that special someone, though the latter would free up a spot for your phone in the passenger seat OK, maybe it's not as simple as "Don't do this," but the F Sport Package groups a performance-oriented adaptive suspension with sport seats, a more aggressive Sport Plus driving mode and a slick instrument cluster.

    The F Sport's ride never feels relaxed, and the car is on edge even though the suspension's firmness is adjustable. So that leaves us with the base suspension, which is both perfectly livable and tight in a performance way without being overly twitchy or harsh. A non-F Sport is an everyday car that can take a trip into the city without rattling your fillings loose on pothole-ridden streets and still be comfortable for a weekend getaway.

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