Car of the Week: 2010 Lexus IS 250C

The car of the week for this week is a 2010 Lexus IS 250C, Stock #170889C.

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Alyc Keith here with another edition of Car of the Week.

What a weekend it was down here, super-busy. A few updates for you. Tung did the Car of the Week when I was on vacation, the 2014 ES 300H. That vehicle is sold. Cross it off your list. We also sold the 2015 NX 300H. Carol, I hope you’re enjoying the car. That one is gone as well.

Before I get to the Car of the Week, I want to do a quick promotion. The car show is in town this week. The car show begins on Wednesday and goes through until Sunday. I have some car show tickets, and don’t worry, I have more than these. So, all you have to do, share the Car of the Week this week. Come down, find me in my office, and I’ll give you a pair of car show tickets. I will look forward to seeing you down here. The Car of the Week is outside. Today, the sun is shining. Spring is in the air. Let’s go take a look.

Here is our Car of the Week, 2010 IS 250C. This car originated out of the States and has only 79,000 miles, and it is in great color. It’s tungsten pearl on, I believe, it’s alabaster, is the interior color. I love the color combination. This is the Navigation package. The Premium Navigation package retailed for $58,000 back in 2010. And what perfect weather for this convertible.

We’re inside the Car of the Week and it is in great shape inside. Now, you see the memory seats right here. The actual odometer reading is 79,186 miles. As I mentioned, this car did originate out of the States and it has been in Canada for a long time now. Six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift, six-disc changer, heated seats with cooling seats, and overall, it’s in really great shape. And I think, because of the weather, let’s take this for a ride.

The 250C produces 204 horsepower, and as I mentioned before, it has the paddle shifts. And I can tell you, with the top down, it’s actually very quiet in the cabin. I’d like to go for a longer drive, but I don’t really want to take a bath because the snow is melting and it’s getting messy. Let’s head back.

Well, that was fun. For more information on this car, click on the link below, and I really look forward to seeing you down at the dealership to pick up your car show tickets. Have a great week.