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Used Lexus SC for Sale

Lexus SC - very dependable car

The Lexus Sc has excellent interior styling. The leather interior and wood grain dash finish always draw complements. Due the car having a retractable convertible top it has excellent exterior lines. The cars bucket seats are extremely comfortable and all of the controls for the car are easily accessible so as not to distract during driving. The car is extremely dependable and has never been in the shop except for regularly schedule service maintenance Now it is a 2+2 coupe and due to the retractable top the rear windshield does provide limited visibility. This also limits trunk space so there is no spare tire. The car comes with “Run Flat” tires that can still be driven on even if flat. This does make for a much stiffer ride. And lastly there is no space in the back seat. No adul (more)

The Lexus Sc has excellent interior styling. The leather interior and wood grain dash finish always draw complements. Due the car having a retractable convertible top it has excellent exterior lines. The cars bucket seats are extremely comfortable and all of the controls for the car are easily accessible so as not to distract during driving. The car is extremely dependable and has never been in the shop except for regularly schedule service maintenance Now it is a 2+2 coupe and due to the retractable top the rear windshield does provide limited visibility. This also limits trunk space so there is no spare tire. The car comes with “Run Flat” tires that can still be driven on even if flat. This does make for a much stiffer ride. And lastly there is no space in the back seat. No adult could fit back there. This is really a two seater and a potential buyer should be well aware of that

Many great sunset drives down PCH during the summer time with dates

Many great sunset drives down PCH during the summer time with dates

Excellent style V-8 engine convertible hard top fun to drive

Excellent style V-8 engine convertible hard top fun to drive

Run flat tire/no spare limited trunk space no back seat not the best gas mileage

Run flat tire/no spare limited trunk space no back seat not the best gas mileage

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Lexus SC

Motor vehicle

The Lexus SC (Japanese: レクサス・SC, Rekusasu SC) is a grand tourer that was retailed by Lexus (a luxury vehicle division of Toyota), and built from through It features a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive design and seating for up to four passengers. The first-generation SC debuted as the V8-powered SC in , and the I6-powered SC was added in Both first-generation models were produced until The second-generation model, the SC , went into production in The SC features a hardtop convertible design and a V8 engine. The first-generation SC was largely styled in California at Calty, and the second-generation SC was mainly conceived at design studios in Europe.

In Japan, the related third-generation Toyota Soarer, with which the first-generation SC originally shared body design and multiple components, featured a separate line-up of vehicle configurations and different powertrains. The third generation Soarer sport coupe, largely identical to the SC , was superseded by its Lexus counterpart in Japan when the Lexus marque débuted there in The SC was the sole coupé in the Lexus lineup until the arrival of the IS C.[1] According to Lexus, the SC designation stands for Sport Coupe.[2] The LC replaced the SC lineup in

First generation (Z30; )[edit]

Motor vehicle

First generation (Z30)
 Lexus SC L front jpg

Lexus SC

Also&#;calledToyota Soarer
Production21 April – 7 July [3]
Model&#;years
AssemblyJapan: Susono, Shizuoka (Higashi Fuji plant);[4]Toyota, Aichi (Motomachi plant)[3]
DesignerErwin Lui and Denis Campbell (–)
Body&#;style2-door coupé
RelatedToyota Supra (A80)
Engine L 2JZ-GEI6 (SC )
L 1UZ-FEV8 (SC )
Transmission4-speed AE ( SC , SC ) / AE ( SC GT-L) automatic
5-speed AEautomatic ( SC )
5-speed W58manual (–97 SC )
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm)
Length&#;in (4,&#;mm) (–97)
&#;in (4,&#;mm) ()
Width&#;in (1,&#;mm) (–97)
&#;in (1,&#;mm) ()
Height&#;in (1,&#;mm) (–94 SC )
&#;in (1,&#;mm) (–97 SC & –97 SC )
&#;in (1,&#;mm) ( SC /)
Curb&#;weight3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) ( SC manual)[5]
3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) ( SC automatic)
3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) ( SC )

–[edit]

In the early s,[6] following the début of Lexus, automotive press reports indicated a forthcoming Full-size Lexus coupé to compete with other luxury GT coupés of other marques like the Mercedes-Benz CL, Acura Legend coupe and later the Acura CL, Mazda Eunos Cosmo, Buick Riviera, Cadillac Eldorado, Lincoln Mark VIII, Jaguar XJS, Bentley Continental, Maserati Shamal/Ghibli, Ferrari and BMW 8 Series coupe. At that point, Toyota had no genuine luxury coupés in its model range. A coupe would complement the successful Lexus flagship model, the V8-powered, rear-wheel drive LS sedan.[6] The coupé was going to be targeted towards the American market,[7] and the development effort for its exterior design was handed over to the Calty Design Research center in California in [6]

The American Calty design team took a different approach to designing the car,[8] using plaster molding shapes to design the body,[6] and working three-dimensionally instead of the traditional 2-D sketch approach.[6] As described by design chiefs Denis Campbell and Erwin Lui,[6] the result was a car that was based on "emotion and feeling" rather than linear aesthetics. The resulting design possessed almost no straight edges, and produced a drag coefficient of Cd=[6][9] The production design concept by Lui was approved at the beginning of , resulting in Lui being sent back to Japan for 4 months to assist in completion of the production design.[10] According to automotive journalist Bill Russ, the SC design was considered influential among automotive designs of the time.[7]

Production of the Soarer started in April at the Motomachi plant in Toyota, Aichi,[3] with the Lexus SC produced alongside the Soarer at a second Higashi Fuji plant at Susono, Shizuoka.[4] Motomachi-sourced cars lasted until April [3] The Lexus SC platform was used to develop Toyota's next generation Supra, both vehicles were manufactured in the same plant.[11]

The SC débuted on 1 June in the United States as a model. The SC 's &#;L V81UZ-FE, the same engine as used in the LS , was reported to have cost over US$,, in research and development.[12] The engine sits behind the front axles, which makes it a front mid engine rear wheel drive vehicle. The SC was honored as the Motor TrendImport Car of the Year for It also made Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list from through

In July , the SC , a smaller-engined version of the SC , premiered in the United States. The SC was equipped with a &#;L inline 62JZ-GE.[13] Lexus' traction control system, TRAC, was offered as an option.[13]

The first-generation SC lasted in production until 7 July , over nine years, quite long compared to the other cars of the s.[2] Even with the SC's long production cycle, only minor exterior changes were made. New tail lighting and a modified spoiler design was part of the mid-cycle vehicle refresh. A front grille was added in , along with a redesigned front bumper, side skirts and rocker panels. The SC produced &#;hp (&#;kW)/&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) from to [14] The original – engines for the 2JZ-GE-powered SC were rated at &#;hp (&#;kW)/&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m). The output of the SC was 5 horsepower more than the equivalent engine used in the Toyota Supra.[15]

In , the SC 's 1UZ-FE engine design was upgraded to &#;hp (&#;kW) from &#;hp (&#;kW). These engines were coupled with a 4-speed automatic transmission on both the SC and SC models. A 5-speed manual transmission was only offered on the SC from its debut until

By the end of the decade, North American SC sales began dwindling due to the lack of significant design updates since the car's introduction and marketplace changes that led to loss of interest in coupes.

In ( model year), both the SC and were upgraded with VVT-i and thus the ratings were raised to &#;hp (&#;kW)/&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque for the SC and &#;hp (&#;kW)/&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque for the SC Tests conducted on the new engines showed an acceleration for the SC for years – of 0–60&#;mph in seconds, years – in seconds, and years – in seconds. For the SC an acceleration 0–60&#;mph in seconds with the 5-speed manual and seconds with the 4-speed automatic for all years.[16] This upgrade included the replacement of the four-speed automatic on the SC to a five-speed unit. With the replacement of the five-speed unit those models also got a new differential with a final drive of improving both fuel economy and top speed.

Sales of the automatic transmission SC and SC models formed the vast majority of models purchased.[17] The Lexus SC was never officially sold in the British Isles, but many examples found their way across the Atlantic as personal imports.[18]

Second generation (Z40; )[edit]

Motor vehicle

Second generation (Z40)
Lexus SC jpg

– Lexus SC (US)

Also&#;calledToyota Soarer (Japan, –)
ProductionJanuary [19][20] – July [4]
Model&#;years
AssemblyJapan: Susono, Shizuoka (Higashi Fuji plant)[4]
DesignerSotiris Kovos[21] (–)
Body&#;style2-door coupé convertible
Engine&#;L 3UZ-FEV8
Transmission5-speed AEautomatic (–05)
6-speed AEautomatic (–10)
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm)
Length&#;in (4,&#;mm) (–05)
&#;in (4,&#;mm) (–10)
Width&#;in (1,&#;mm)
Height&#;in (1,&#;mm)
Curb&#;weight3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg)

–[edit]

At the Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus displayed its Sport Coupe concept, a V8-powered convertible, signifying its plans for a replacement for the first-generation SC /[2] The production version of its new sports coupe-convertible, the SC , debuted at the New York Auto Show in April [22] The car was scheduled to go on sale in the second quarter of the following year.[23] Power was provided by a &#;L 3UZ-FE V8 engine with variable valve timing (VVT-i) mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. This engine was the same model as that found in the UCF30 Lexus LS. The SC 's V8 could produce &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;N⋅m (&#;lb⋅ft) of torque, allowing the coupe to go from 0–60&#;mph in seconds.[24]

In contrast with the previous generation model, the redesigned Lexus SC was intended as a convertible from its inception.[25] The development team was led by chief engineer Yasushi Nakagawa from to Lexus designers from Europe and Japan worked together to create a streamlined design. A design theme was chosen in developed by Sotiris Kovos, who in return was named chief designer. Led by Kovos, designers travelled to the Côte d'Azur to develop the vehicle's exterior shape, and studied the region's architecture, lifestyle, and harbors.[23] The resulting convertible of received character lines similar to the region's yachts, in contrast with traditional waveform lines.[26] The vehicle's side profile, the product of extensive wind tunnel testing, was intended to channel air around the passenger compartment at high speed during top-down driving. Design patents were filed in Japan, at the Japan Patent Office on 14 June under patent number [26]

The SC chassis featured a double-wishbone setup for both the front and rear wheels.[25] The vehicle platform shared elements with the GS sport sedan, including variable-assist power rack-and-pinion steering.[26] Safety systems ranged from traction control to vehicle stability control.[25] The convertible received a ULEV emissions certification rating.[25]

Interior, – Lexus SC (Japan)

The SC featured a retractable aluminium hardtop, all-leather interior with brushed-aluminum accents, navigation screen with folding wood panel, and inch aluminium wheels.[26] Chrome Lexus emblems were mounted on the back of the front seat headrests.[25] The coupe has four seat belts and could technically seat four, but rear-seat space is limited.[27] The hardtop fully retracts in 25 seconds.[25] Standard luxury features include Burl Walnut or Bird's Eye Maple wood trim, a Mark Levinson premium sound system, DVD-based navigation system, and headlamp washers. For additional trunk space, as an option the SC could be equipped with run-flat tires.[25]

At its launch, the SC was marketed as the "jewel of Lexus", and as the marque's first convertible, was intended as a more ostentatious addition to the Lexus lineup.[25] Reviewers from Car and Driver magazine praised the SC for as "an unqualified success", calling it "comfortable, fast, smooth, and quiet" with "all of the virtues expected in a patrician roadster."[28]

In , Lexus unveiled the Lexus SC "Pebble Beach Edition", a limited-production model of the SC. The special edition SC was produced in partnership with the Pebble Beach Company , and featured a unique exterior and interior color combination which changed with each model year. This edition was offered for model years through production of the Pebble Beach edition was limited to varying units each year (see table below for counts). Each Lexus SC Pebble Beach edition coupe exhibited: unique colors (changed each year), special badging (featuring the "Lone Cypress" logo) on the front fenders, center console, and floor mats. For the model, a rear spoiler and spider alloy wheels was also included. In October Road & Track published some pictures of that model year.[29]

In and , J.D. Power and Associates' Initial Quality Survey awarded the SC as the highest ranked premium luxury vehicle.[30][31]Kelley Blue Book gave the SC its Best to Hold Value Award in [32] In June , a custom-designed Carolina Herrera SC was shown at the Madrid Motor Show.[33] The special edition SC CH used a 'Testa di Moro' body color, with matching interior leather and carpeting, along with designer logos on the wheels and door sills.[34] A line of accessories was also developed for the vehicle.

In , Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May chose the Lexus SC as the worst car ever built in their film The Worst Car in the History of the World. They criticized its handling, ride and style, with May calling the ride "absolutely diabolical", and stated that a big manufacturer should have known better.

– Lexus SC (Germany)

–[edit]

In for the model year, the SC was updated, with changes that included redesigned alloy wheels and the introduction of Bluetooth capability. In late , the SC premiered along with the Lexus marque in Japan; it was manufactured at the Kanji (Kanto Jidosha) assembly site in Japan.[35] The SC was sold in North America, Europe, Oceania, and Asia; unlike its predecessor, the SC was officially imported to the British Isles;[36] the old SC had been a popular personal grey import.[18]

In , a final special edition model for Japan, the SC Eternal Jewel edition, was produced, limited to units.[37] The model was the last automobile from any major manufacturer in the United States to ship with a cassette tape deck.[38]

Production of the second-generation SC ended in July after nine years of production, but Lexus was still using them in the Super GT until the season ended.[39]

Replacement[edit]

In July , Edmunds InsideLine had reported that Lexus had cancelled the next generation SC due to slowing sales.[40] A company spokesman did not confirm or deny the rumors, but called the report in the possible replacement with the introduction of the Lexus LFA as "unfounded speculation."[41] Lexus subsequently announced the production of the SC model for ,[42] and in

Designated LF-LC for Lexus Future-Luxury Coupe, the concept two-door vehicle premiered in January at the North American International Auto Show. The vehicle's exterior and interior styling was created by the Calty Design Research center in Newport Beach, California, which previously developed the exterior styling of the first-generation Lexus SC coupe.[43]

The LF-LC features a front-engine, rear-wheel drive drivetrain layout, which incorporates a next-generation Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive system.[44] The interior features a remote touchscreen control system linked to two liquid crystal display (LCD) screens that measure inches (&#;mm) in width.[44]Smartphone-size touchscreens are placed on the door armrests for additional controls.[45]

The LF-LC was produced as a design study for a driver-focused vehicle at the direction of the Lexus Center in Japan, and work began on the concept in May [43] The exterior appearance of the LF-LC was inadvertently leaked by Road & Track magazine several weeks prior to its scheduled auto show debut, when a preview of its February issue with the LF-LC on its cover (under the headline "Stunning! New Lexus Super Coupe") was posted to YouTube.[46]

A series production model inspired by the LF-LC Concept is being developed under the Toyota A development program. Introduced at the North American International Auto Show, it went on sale as the Lexus LC in early , based on the new Toyota GA-L modular rear-wheel drive platform and the fifth generation LS flagship.[47]

  • LF-LC with spindle grille

Motorsport[edit]

SC ENEOSSuper GT racer.

In the SC was entered in the (Super GT) race series in the GT class (cars with approximately horsepower). Extensively modified from the factory car, the engine used is a modified version of the SC 's 3UZ-FE V8 that was also used in the Toyota Supra racing car from previous years.

The new SC based race cars were immediately competitive with former GT champion Juichi Wakisaka and no. 2 driver André Lotterer driving the Open Interface TOM's SC to victory at the opening round at Suzuka giving the SC its first victory on its debut race.[48] Juichi Wakisaka and Andre Lotterer also won the GT class championship during the same year. In , the Lexus SC fully replaced Supras in the Toyota side, a Zent Cerumo SC driven by Yuji Tachikawa was victorious in the GT opening round race.[49]

SC Petronas GT racer.

In , a Zent Cerumo SC driven by Yuji Tachikawa and Richard Lyons won the Fuji race, round 3 of the Autobacs Super GT at Fuji Speedway.[50] In , five SC s were entered in Super GT racing in the GT class, including the Petronas TOM's SC driven by Juichi Wakisaka and André Lotterer, along with the Eneos SC , Kraft SC , Dunlop Sard SC , and Zent Cerumo SC [51]

In , the Lexus Team Petronas TOM's SC driven by André Lotterer and Juichi Wakisaka was the championship winner in the GT series,[52] also the SC was victorious in early rounds at the Suzuka Circuit.[53] In , the SC continued in Super GT competition, where the MJ Kraft SC and other Lexus Team Kraft SC s won victories at the Autobacs Super GT at Fuji Speedway.[54] Starting from until , the SC s used Toyota's L RV8KG V8 engine.

In , two years after production had ended the continued to be a force in Motorsports. Namely in Formula Drift with the Achilles Radial Lexus SC powered by a 2JZ and piloted by Daigo Saito.[citation needed]

Sales and production[edit]

Sales and production data for the first and second generations, based on manufacturer's data:

Chassis code Model no(s). Calendar year Total sales, U.S. Production figures
SC AT SC AT (MT) Total
UZZ30/JZZ31 SC / 20,[55][56]19, 7, (1,) 27,[57]
16,[55]9, 6, () 16,[58]
11,[55]3, 1, () 5,[58]
7,[55]9, 5, () 15,[58]
5,[55]2, 2, () 4,[58]
5,[55]2, 2, () 4,[58]
3,[55]1, 1, 2,[58]
2,[55] 1, 2,[58]
[59] [58]
Chassis code Model no(s). Calendar year Total sales, U.S. Total sales, Japan Production figures
SC AT
UZZ40
SC 14,[60]

Neiman Marcus[61]

not sold n/a
14,[60]not sold 25,[58]
10,[62]not sold 10,[58]
9,[63]

Pebble Beach[64]

not sold 9,[58]
8,[65]

Pebble Beach[64]

[66]8,[58]
5,[65]

Pebble Beach[64]

1,[66]8,[66]
3,[67]

Pebble Beach[64]

[68]5,[69]
1,[67]

Pebble Beach[64]

[70]2,[71]
[72]

Pebble Beach[64]

[73][74]
[75]not sold n/a
18[76]not sold n/a
2[76]not sold n/a

Technical specifications[edit]

Drivetrain specifications by generation
Model year(s) Model no. Chassis code(s) Engine type Engine code Transmission(s) Power Torque
SC UZZ31 &#;L V8 1UZ-FE4-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[57]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[57]
SC UZZ31 &#;L V8 1UZ-FE4-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[58]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[58]
SC UZZ31 &#;L V8 1UZ-FE5-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[58]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[58]
SC JZZ31 &#;L I6 2JZ-GE4-AT/5-MT &#;hp (&#;kW)[57]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[57]
SC JZZ31 &#;L I6 2JZ-GE4-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[58]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[58]
SC UZZ40 &#;L V8 3UZ-FE5-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[58]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[58]
SC UZZ40 &#;L V8 3UZ-FE6-speed AT &#;hp (&#;kW)[77]&#;ft⋅lbf (&#;N⋅m) @&#;rpm[77]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

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