Lexus’s new whip is a worthy adversary to its German rivals in the entry level luxury coupe segment, and to be fair, it's neck-and-neck with the Audi A5 for sales. But with less than 8,000 units sold so far, it has to be at least a little bit of a disappointment. And that’s a shame, because this car should not be taken lightly.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He's one of 6,370 this year.
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