The 2020 Lexus RC has six trim levels: RC 300, RC 300 F Sport, RC 300 AWD, RC 300 AWD F Sport, RC 350, and RC 350 F Sport. The title of each trim level denotes some features, such as the AWD in the title standing for All-Wheel-Drive and marking all of your options with that drive system. This makes it easy to find the trim level that has what you want.
Below, we’ll compare the six trim levels of the 2020 Lexus RC in price, performance, and style. Each category is a major factor in consumer choice. There may be some other differences between the trim levels, but we hope to cover the main ones here.
Lexus vehicles always have a focus on performance, and the 2020 Lexus RC has several notable trim levels in terms of performance features. The three F Sport trim levels are all upgraded in performance. The F Sport trim levels all come with exhilarating handling, performance-inspired instrumentation, and large 14-inch front brakes.
Another notable trim level for performance is the RC 350 with RWD (Rear-Wheel-Drive). RWD can handle high horsepower outputs, so it is no surprise that this trim level has 311 horsepower and a rating of 280 pound-feet of torque. Going from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.8 second, the RC 350 with RWD is a noteworthy competitor.
We wouldn’t be doing this trim level comparison justice if we skipped over the price comparison. Each trim level is assigned its own starting price, which is a starting place for dealerships to help them set their selling price. The starting prices of the six 2020 Lexus RC trim levels in order from lowest to highest are as follows:
Similar to performance, the F Sport trim levels are all given unique features for style. In this case, the F Sport trim levels have F-Sport perforating leather trimmed steering wheels and shift knobs. They also have unique, bolstered F Sport seating. Their exterior style is likewise unique, with distinctive bumpers, badging, and grilles.