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It will be competatively priced with the M3, C63 and S4. Pricing has not been finalized yet as Lexus is still doing the research to properly price this vehicle.
 

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A fully loaded IS350 with every single available option tops out at $48k. Very unlikely that the IS-F will start at the 40 range.
 

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True, but you can get a loaded bmw 338 in the mid 40's, and I've seen 335i's in the higher $48's. I don't think lexus would price this car $5-$10k over the 335i.
 

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True, but you can get a loaded bmw 338 in the mid 40's, and I've seen 335i's in the higher $48's. I don't think lexus would price this car $5-$10k over the 335i.
This car was meant to compete with the M3 not the 335i. The IS350 is the direct competitor to the 335i. The 335i and the 328i are the replacement for the former 330i and 325i respectively.
 

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Just got my October issue of Car and Driver and they backup what was published on the Edmunds site. Here is a direct quote from page 106:

"Expect a price of (just) under $50,000 when the car debuts early in 2008."

I assume they are referring to the base price, and naturally options could increase the price considerably. I wonder what source Car and Driver received this information from.
 

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I only heard that pricing will be in the $50K+ range for the U.S. This was from our local dealership internet/fleet manager. I guess we will have to wait once final pricing has been released.
 

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The price will be a bugger at $59,600 (base price) + 2300 or so for navi.

There are also some performance sway bars, carbon fiber engine cover, and such available from Lexus. The most expensive is the $11,500 for carbon/ceramic brake rotors and larger calipers.

I saw it/drove it at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
 
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