Although the IS and IS are virtually the same in size and have the same wheelbase, length, and width measurements, the bigger factor is found underneath the hood. Fueled by a more potent 3. As the second-generation Lexus IS continues to age since it was introduced in , Lexus is managing on keeping it fresh with a two-door convertible variant IS C , and the recently added IS available in all-wheel drive. A major refresh for the IS line is due and could happen as early as , which would be seven years since the second generation debuted.
Since the Lexus IS and IS sedans were last completely redesigned, six years ago, much has changed among compact sport sedans. All of its rivals have seen more recent redesigns, and this year BMW and Mercedes-Benz have turned to turbocharged four-cylinder engines in their base models of 3-Series and C-Class, respectively. Except for the IS-F high-performance version and IS C hardtop convertibles that have been added in the meantime, there's not all that much to differentiate a from a All considered, the Lexus IS sedans still look great, with a sleek, low, and attractive silhouette; the rather low hoodline and rising beltline altogether gives it a wedge-like appearance from some angles--and an undeniable go-fast look compared to the more luxury-oriented and Camry-based ES Inside, the IS sedans arguably show their age the most, with a rather tight, cockpit-like layout--although trims feel upscale and high-quality. Lexus positions its cars along two tracks--one plush and detached, the other more visceral and sporty--and the IS sedans fit into the latter. If you want to make the most of that performance feel, though, just don't go with the base horsepower, 2.
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