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Lexus RC

6/10
Overall verdict

The Top Gear car review:Lexus RC

£38,590£69,065

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Running costs and reliability

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Based on comparative spec levels, the RC 200t is cheaper to buy, and if you drive in mixed environments and are often on fast roads, it won’t be a lot more expensive to run. The RC 300h will provide 40mpg in town – double the petrol-only version – but it’s only our recommendation if that’s the environment it will major in. Saying that, there is a significant CO2 advantage with the hybrid, which will make it the default for business drivers: the Luxury gets as low as 113g, compared to a rather more heady 168g for the 2.0-litre turbo. As for retained values, rarity should keep them high.

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