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2016 Lexus IS 200t 0-100km/h & engine sound

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The Lexus does provide the driver with 4 drive modes in the F sport, tantilising Sport Plus mode.

What the tantilising Sport Plus mode does is that it sharpens up the throttle response,
"turns the transmission into an aggressive, ready-to-go unit that holds off on auto upchanging, and tightens the electric steering. In this mode you can really enjoy yourself on a nice road. More so if you use the paddle shifters. The actual gear changes, specifically, are quicker than a click of the fingers, both up and down."
Check out the video for the full view on the 2016 Lexus IS 200t f Sport:

2016 Lexus IS 200t F Sport – THE SPECS

Engine: 2.0-litre turbo four-cylinder
Output: [email protected] / [email protected]
Transmission: Eight-speed auto
Drive type: Rear-wheel drive
Wheels: F: 18×8.0, 225/40 R: 18×8.5, 255/35
ANCAP: Five stars (scored 35 out of 37)
Tare weight: 1640kg
Power-to-weight: 9.11:1 (kg:kW)
Official fuel economy: 7.5L/100km
Economy during test: 10L/100km

Fuel capacity/Type: 66L/95 RON
Power efficiency: 24kW:L/100km
0-60km/h: 3.59 seconds
0-100km/h: 7.61 seconds
1/8 mile: 10.20 seconds at 117.1km/h
1/4 mile: 15.50 seconds at 151.9km/h
100-0km/h braking: 3.15 seconds at 41.32 metres
Decibel at idle: 42
Peak decibel at 60-100km/h: 78
Peak stereo decibel: 111
Priced from: $65,500

2016 Lexus IS 200t F Sport – THE VERDICT

Our expectations were high for this one, but only because the IS is such a great little drive. In 200t form it isn’t as quick as you might expect. However, as a replacement for the thirsty IS 250, which is a luxurious mid-size sedan with sporty undertones, the IS 200t is the perfect evolution and one of our favourite mid-size premium sedans.

– Most powerful entry model in the class
– Exceptional handling and sweet steering
– Intimate cabin and driving position
– Good turning circle
– Value (no big options list)

– Cabin will be tight for some
– Strange power delivery; some turbo/transmission-lag
– Not quicker than old IS 250, despite extra power (better overall performance and torque)
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