The seats are wide and supple, with ample support for a big range of body sizes and shapes. F Sport models have front sport seats with added side support. Finned vents and stacked exhaust outlets add to the aggression, and the speed-activated wing that deploys at 50 mph actually aids performance. The standard is covered separately. With the base setup, the 7-inch screen is set too far back to see it clearly. By the same token, interior storage is somewhat meager, with just a decent-sized 2-tiered glovebox, a smallish console box … and narrow map pockets in the doors. Options include a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, leather upholstery, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, and two driver memory settings for the seat, mirrors, and steering column.
Around town, it isn't too bad, but don't expect to take a long haul without feeling the soreness in your back. They're wide enough to accommodate most drivers, although some may find the bolsters push their shoulders forward. Slalom is more like an autocross mode, with lots of darty output, but Track mode's a cleaner interface for hard and fast driving. Android Auto is not offered. Power comes from a choice of two engines, a turbocharged 2. Heated and ventilated front seats, leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel are available.
However, it has a wide opening and deep load floor, both of which make it easier to load large objects. A tuned version of that same 3. Look closely, and you'll see it's like an Escher drawing. It's just as hard using it to navigate through Apple CarPlay as it is to maneuver through the built-in Lexus Enform infotainment menus. Up front, the seats are comfortable and roomy, though the back seats are too cramped for taller adults. There's one option that might sound like a must-have, but our editors are split on its appeal.
The rear seats fold down, but doing so down leaves a high step and an uneven load floor. Tech is one place the Lexus falls distinctly behind. The differential has three modes of operation: Standard, Slalom or Track. Lexus may make a profit on the delivery, processing and handling fee. Interior storage is minimal, with few places to store away the little things. Standard features are plentiful, but the infotainment system's screen can be tricky to see, and the optional remote touch infotainment controller can be distracting.
It seats four as long as the rear-seat passengers are small and don't mind cramped quarters. . Factory options abound, including 19-inch wheels, a blind spot monitor, leather seating, heated and ventilated front seats, parking assist, a moonroof, navigation and an 835-watt Mark Levinson 17-speaker premium surround sound system. In all-wheel-drive models, a bulge near the driver's right leg may prove to be bothersome for some folks. Up front is a much different story.
This could hide information along the screen's lowest section, depending on how high the driver sits. The Lexus coupe feels settled, with good steering build-up making up for a lack of feedback. The standard 7-inch screen is mounted far back in the dash and can be hard to see. Browse our complete selection of new Lexus and pre-owned vehicles in Orlando above. There are plenty of standard features, but the Remote Touch infotainment interface can be frustrating to use. Optional equipment includes blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, front and rear parking sensors, a 10.
Cargo space is also below average for the class. The rear seats are nicely contoured and padded as well. For starters, it is powered by a 32-valve 5. There are four seatbelts, but in reality the rear seat is way too small for adults, and even anybody older than a toddler. It offers good seating space up front, but side bolstering is lacking except in the sport seats.
However, the standard front seats are not supportive on long drives. Adults can sit comfortably in the front row, but space in the back is tight for taller passengers. The available Mark Levinson surround-sound system is a must for music fiends. Fitting a child seat is quite challenging, and getting a little one in it can be even trickier. We offer a great selection of vehicles at our location and invite you to come and see them in person and take them on a test drive. That automatic has Eco, Normal, Sport and Sport+ modes, and in Manual mode it holds gears in second through eighth gears, even at redline, and cuts shift times. For what it is, it's quite usable.