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Old 12-14-18, 07:31 PM
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Currently I am driving a 2013 LS Fsport 36000 miles on it before I was driving 2012 CL550 ECU tune. CL550 was very comfortable and fast But CL550 has broke down the road twice(still has warranty) and move to LS460 Fspot
Now looking for used 2013 911S or used 2018 LC500
Basically, I am looking for a daily driver
I am considering LC500 has a little problem(brake, est... ) and resale value. 991S is hard to find the right color and option.
I know it's 2 different car tomorrow I'm going to test drive LC500 Sport Package with Carbon Roof (maybe buying......)


Thanks for your help!
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Old 12-15-18, 07:30 AM
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I'd say the biggest thing is that the LC is a luxury GT car. More quiet and comfortable.

I found the sport seats too firm.

As I traded my Z51 Vette, I decided to move away from performance and noise, and went with the touring package.
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Originally Posted by hoonose View Post
I'd say the biggest thing is that the LC is a luxury GT car. More quiet and comfortable.

I found the sport seats too firm.

As I traded my Z51 Vette, I decided to move away from performance and noise, and went with the touring package.
Thank you very much!!
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I actually have both. I have a 2015 911 Carrera S and a 2018 LC 500. The Lexus I bought to replace my GS 350 F-Sport and serves as my daily driver (or it did--It's in the shop, because the day after I picked it up from having a clear bra installed and tinted windows it was hit by a dump truck--a story for another time). The 911 is tighter and sportier. The Lexus is better as a daily driver. Both are faster than I need. My two minor complaints regarding the LC are the brakes (squeaks and that they catch) and the driver seat is not as comfortable or adjustable as the GS was). All in all, I enjoy the Lexus' ride, acceleration, stereo quality and overall styling. Both are head turners (as the 911 has the Aero Kit Cup package and is silver with the red interior, as is the Lexus--I guess there's a theme or pattern there).
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Originally Posted by SJOesq View Post
I actually have both. I have a 2015 911 Carrera S and a 2018 LC 500. The Lexus I bought to replace my GS 350 F-Sport and serves as my daily driver (or it did--It's in the shop, because the day after I picked it up from having a clear bra installed and tinted windows it was hit by a dump truck--a story for another time). The 911 is tighter and sportier. The Lexus is better as a daily driver. Both are faster than I need. My two minor complaints regarding the LC are the brakes (squeaks and that they catch) and the driver seat is not as comfortable or adjustable as the GS was). All in all, I enjoy the Lexus' ride, acceleration, stereo quality and overall styling. Both are head turners (as the 911 has the Aero Kit Cup package and is silver with the red interior, as is the Lexus--I guess there's a theme or pattern there).
Does your LC have the regular or sport seats? I found the sport ones too firm.
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Originally Posted by hoonose View Post
Does your LC have the regular or sport seats? I found the sport ones too firm.
Regular seats.
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Originally Posted by SJOesq View Post
Regular seats.
Maybe I shouldn't say since I haven't even yet been on a trip yet!
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Originally Posted by SJOesq View Post
I actually have both. I have a 2015 911 Carrera S and a 2018 LC 500. The Lexus I bought to replace my GS 350 F-Sport and serves as my daily driver (or it did--It's in the shop, because the day after I picked it up from having a clear bra installed and tinted windows it was hit by a dump truck--a story for another time). The 911 is tighter and sportier. The Lexus is better as a daily driver. Both are faster than I need. My two minor complaints regarding the LC are the brakes (squeaks and that they catch) and the driver seat is not as comfortable or adjustable as the GS was). All in all, I enjoy the Lexus' ride, acceleration, stereo quality and overall styling. Both are head turners (as the 911 has the Aero Kit Cup package and is silver with the red interior, as is the Lexus--I guess there's a theme or pattern there).

Thank you very much

I test drove LC500 and I like it but sa person was not good so I got the 991.2

Thank you for the input
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