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Hi Charles, Excellent choice of colour, it looks great in sunlight. I'm hoping to get a red IS300h early next year. I choose silver when I got my 2009 IS250 because it seemed the best for not showing small scratches and chips. I see Lexus uses self-healing paint on the IS300h so I'd be very interested to hear how you find the red stands up to the inevitable everyday minor stone chips, etc.

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Welcome Charles, a very nice looking car indeed. We look forward to your feedback!

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Hi Charles, Excellent choice of colour, it looks great in sunlight. I'm hoping to get a red IS300h early next year. I choose silver when I got my 2009 IS250 because it seemed the best for not showing small scratches and chips. I see Lexus uses self-healing paint on the IS300h so I'd be very interested to hear how you find the red stands up to the inevitable everyday minor stone chips, etc.

i think healing will work on small scratches and swirls but chips probably not... might be stronger than regular paint though.

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Great looking car - may have been tempted by that colour except that my last car was crimson.

Health to drive!

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I do like that red, it really suits the car, classy. Mike

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Welcome to the LOC.

Lovely looking car,excellent photography.

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