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On the verge of leasing a CT with F sport. Can anyone tell Me how the F Sport drives...Is it lower, stiffer ride?
 

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Yes the F Sports is lower and stiffer.We prefer this.The standered model to me feels to soft.
The F Sports here in Australia is a little bit different.It looks more sporty.
 

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I have a base model ct. Just installed f sport trident wheels and fsport lowering springs. Definitely noticed the car being more stiff. Also when driving, I feel the road more. In terms of feeling bumps.
 

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Yes the F Sports is lower and stiffer.We prefer this.The standered model to me feels to soft.
The F Sports here in Australia is a little bit different.It looks more sporty.
In Aus, the F sport does have a firmer suspension setting in sport mode, but is not lower than the regular CT. It does not have the F Sport springs, which I thought had initially as well. There is also no option in lexus australia to provide this as well. It is only available from the US.

It is my intention to get the F Sport spring to lower by 1-2 inches, as the gap between the wheels and arch is way too much.
 

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In Australian spec, the F Sport has the Lexus lateral dampers together with several external and internal trim variations, including a larger rear spoiler, tinted rear glass, mesh grille, perforated leather steering wheel, tachometer, omnitron dash panel lighting, fog lights, metal sill strips, F badging and a more pronounced lower sill 'body kit'. Flame Blue (Ultrasonic Blue?) is only available on the F Sport. Sat nav and leather are standard. Moonroof is an option. However, F specs seem to vary by country so check it out.
 
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