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2010 Lexus IS250 X-Edition


The Japanese luxury automaker Lexus has released a special edition of their entry level sport sedan with an appealing trim package for their domestic market called the IS250 X-Edition. Highlighted by some vibrant orange accent stitching, the X-Edition adds a little extra excitement to brake up the IS’s plain jane monotone interior. The special IS-X differs from standard IS250s with orange accents on the leather wrapped steering wheel, seat and door panels adding a stylish touch to the sporty IS250. The JDM X-Edition will be available in six familiar exterior colors including Starfire Pearl, Glacier Frost Mica, Tungsten Pearl, Smoky Granite Mica, Obsidian and Matador Red. The special edition IS is available with either 2WD or 4WD drivetrains is priced at 3,720,000 yen for the rear wheel drive IS and 4,145,000 yen for the grippier version.




5 comments:

too many edition, with this it might confuse the buyer which edition will they buy.

well making it a drift car would be great because it weighs heavy and it has the killer look. it can generate a lot of smoke behind the wheel, i really love the smell of burning rubber while watching the side reverse entry drift.

holy- they put my favorite IS color and my favorite IS interior and stitched it with my all time favorite color? i think i hear this thing calling my name…unfortunately, no wood or carbon fiber on the inside

agreed. 250<350

I hate to rip on my own company here, but the IS 250 is a joke. I mean, regardless of quality a 35K+ "sports" sedan that hits 60 mph in 8.1 seconds is rediculous. While the IS 350 is clearly the segment’s best and the sales numbers prove it, the 250 is not something I’d recommend to anyone. What Lexus should have done is used the top-of-the-line 3.0 liter inline-6 from the previous generation IS as the base engine for the new model rather than the 2.5 liter this thing has.

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