Used Lexus convertibles for Sale
About Lexus Convertibles
Are you itching to head out to the golf course in an open-air vehicle that looks just as good with its top up or down? Lexus produces two beautifully crafted two-door convertibles, the Lexus IS C and the Lexus SC, which feature a three-panel power-retracting hard top on a luxury performance vehicle. Packed with premium appointments such as leather-trimmed power seats, genuine wood accents, and engines and exhaust that create a pleasing rumble, they easily fit in when driving from the office park to the country club. If you love the upscale performance and feel delivered by Lexus, but are seeking a soft top convertible, you will want to check out the debut of the 2021 Lexus LC 500 convertible with a burly 5.0L V8 engine pumping out 471 hp.
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Q: Is there a Lexus convertible available as a new car?
A: Lexus ceased producing the Lexus IS C in 2015. The long-awaited Lexus LC 500 convertible is slated as a summer release for the 2021 model.
Q: Do Lexus convertibles have hard tops or soft tops?
A: The 2013 Lexus IS C and the 2009 Lexus SC both have power-retracting hard tops. The 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible will have a soft top.
Q: Is there room for two or four passengers in Lexus convertibles?
A: Both the Lexus IS C and the Lexus SC feature two-plus-two seating that can fit up to four in a pinch. The 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible will only have room for two.
Q: Which Lexus convertible will be the fastest one on the road?
A: The 2009 Lexus SC and 2013 Lexus IS C achieve zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds. The 2020 Lexus LC 500 coupe races to the 60-mph mark in just 4.4 seconds, and you can expect the convertible to have similar numbers.
Lexus Convertibles: Popular Models
Lexus IS C
Produced from 2010 to the model year 2015, the two-plus-two convertible is available as a rear-wheel drive, two-door coupe with a power-retracting hard top. Take your pick of the 204-hp 2.5L four-cylinder engine with six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters or the 3.5L V6 engine with 306 hp. The 2013 model year features dual-zone automatic climate control, dual chrome exhaust, and a power tilt/telescopic steering wheel. A Bluetooth® system is included for the purpose of hands-free calling and playing music over the eight-speaker premium audio system. The driver enjoys a 10-way power leather-trimmed seat. The front row includes a power-slide button so your backseat guests have an easier time getting on board. A subscription-based emergency notification system calls for help automatically and can help you recover a stolen vehicle.1
Designed as a dedicated convertible model line, the Lexus SC rolled off the production line for model years 2008 to 2010 as a two-plus-two hard top convertible. Its 4.3L V8 delivers 288 hp. Rear-wheel drive takes advantage of its six-speed sequential shift transmission. Navigation runs from a DVD system and features Bluetooth integration for voice command. Heated power front seats, leather-trim, wood interior accents, and automatic climate control see to your comfort. Driver memory recalls side mirrors, seat, and steering wheel positions. Fog and daytime running lamps provide improved visibility at all times of the day. Its 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, rear wind deflector, and remote-linked power windows complete its luxury look and amenities.
Lexus LC 500 Convertible
The chassis crafted for the LC model line focuses on athletic performance in a long lean coupe ready to eat up the road. Scheduled to debut for the 2021 model year, the convertible is expected to boast a naturally aspirated V8 engine pouring out 471 hp. The power soft-top gives it that touch of throwback appeal while its performance-tuned exhaust rumbles through town. Look for the latest innovations inside with upper body heated seats, heated steering wheel, smartphone integration, and active noise cancellation. A complete suite of driver assist technology will help you avoid trouble while cruising the wide-open road.
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Reviews for Lexus Convertibles
Best Used Car I've Owned
A great combination of style, performance, and luxury. When looking for a used vehicle for primary use as a secondary car to shuttle me to the airport, I didn't want to break the bank, but also didn't want to sacrifice all the things I love about driving. Lucky for me, the Lexus IS350 has remained stylish over the years and the 3.5L 306HP engine packs a mean punch - all the power you'd need in a vehicle that shares the road with other living beings. High-speed brings no jitters and shakes to the ride - even after almost 10 years... cruising down the highway stays smooth. The Mark Levinson package creates a great audio immersion experience with crisp highs, and deep smooth lows. Bluetooth phone integration and backup camera also a plus!
quality car , easy features , comfortable
I like the style and looks . Car has a good feel for road while driving not sloppy . Gas efficiency is good , I'm above average at 32 mpg than listed . Front interior is nice with leather heated / cooled seats and all technologies are easy to use . Even with lack of power having paddle shifters and power shift makes it fun to drive . Very good visability at night .
Gorgeous red droptop. Sporty, crisp handling. Lexus Quality. No complaints!
The website won't specify this is an IS250C. The C being the most important! I have owned 3 convertibles before this one, all ragtops. There's no comparison. If you are one of the afflicted who must own a sporty droptop (face it, the boring people think we are nuts), then power hardtop is the only way to go.----- I'm not a kid. I've had MANY cars, I knew what I wanted, and I was in no hurry. I'm 6'2" and overweight, so right off the bat I have to rule out many true sports cars - all seemingly made for midgets. If I was 4 inches shorter I would be in an MX-5. This is better looking, more luxurious... but not quite a true sports car. VW EOS was a close second, but I like RWD.
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