The 1997 Lexus SC300 comes standard with cruise control, tachometer, tilt steering, air-conditioning, power adjustable driver and front passenger seat, AM/FM radio with cassette player, and intermittent windshield wipers. Available options include a CD changer, power driver seat with memory, Nakamichi audio system, and an auto dim rear view mirror.
The 1997 Lexus SC300 is where the word ""luxury"" really comes into play. It can accommodate up to four people with incredibly comfortable seats that can be adjusted to a mind-numbing array of seating positions. It comes standard with cloth upholstery seats, but leather seats are available as an option. Rear legroom is cramped at just 27.2 inches. The backseat as a whole is tiny and not particularly comfortable for two adult passengers. Ergonomics are first rate with everything fitting together nicely. The controls are logically place, illuminated, simple to use, and can be easily seen. The air-conditioning keeps the cabin area comfortable and cool, all without zapping power from the engine.
The 1997 Lexus SC300 possesses great driving dynamics. It has superb handling and brakes. It practically hugs the road and will very rarely ever lose grip, unless there is extreme cornering involved. It's relatively quiet, but its tires may bring about more road noise than Lexus drivers are typically accustomed to have. The inline six-cylinder engine is smooth and provides excellent acceleration.
The 1997 Lexus SC300 is a head turner thanks to its body style. It's built low to the ground, and its elegant sweeping curves are eye catching. Its body possesses almost no straight edges whatsoever, and the optional rear spoiler is highly recommended for anyone desiring a more sporty-looking luxury coupe. The gold Lexus emblem decorates the front, back, and all four wheels to remind everyone that the owner is riding in luxury.
|• 1997 Lexus SC300||3.0L 6 Cyl|