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2016 Lexus IS200t Review by Evolution Leasing

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Looking to lease a 2016 Lexus IS200t in the Miami or South Florida area? Been shopping around for the best lease deals and need help making up your mind?  In this review, we will take a look at the Leuxs IS 200t interior as well highlight the is200 t exterior to help with your decision.
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TRANSCRIPT: Hey there, I’m Mo Grossman, CEO of Evolution Leasing, and today we are at beautiful Haulover Park reviewing the 2016 Lexus IS 200 turbo. Let’s check it out.
Those of you familiar with the IS250 may be doing a double take. That’s because the car’s exterior carries over unchanged for 2016. It still features the dramatic styling, standard 17-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights with LED running lights, sunroof, and keyless ignition and entry that made the IS 250 such a hit.
So why the name change? The IS now features a 2.0 liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, making 241 horsepower and an EPA rated 33 miles per gallon highway. This new engine is not only lighter, its more powerful, and more fuel efficient than the 2.5 liter it replaces. 0 to 60 comes in just under seven seconds. Sounds like a win. Now let’s check out the interior
On the inside, the IS features the perfect blend of sportiness and comfort. Deep, well bolstered seats, a fat easy to grip steering wheel, and clear, simply laid out premium quality controls throughout the cabin, all make the is200 turbo a nice place to spend some driving time.
The interior comes standard with a plethora of features, more than any other car in its class.
Keyless ignition here, manual tilt and telescopic steering wheel, eight way power front seats with Nuluxe premium upholstery, dual zone climate control, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, backup camera, & an 8 inch color display with remote touch interface.
Better equipped models offer heated and ventilated seats, blind spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert, navigation, and front and rear parking sensors, to name a few of the more popular options.
There is also the F Sport model, which turns this thing into a complete beast, but that’s for a different review.
So, how does this thing drive? I guess you’re going to have to get one for yourself to find out.