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The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.
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Lexus GX Expert Review
The Lexus GX is somewhat of an enigma. It has the durability and truck-like construction to handle off-road conditions and high towing capacities. At the same time, it has the beauty and style of the typical Lexus vehicle with all the bells and whistles. Who is going to take a Lexus offroading regardless of the durability features? Sustaining larger style packages helps to keep Lexis from being confused with some of the smaller, less luxurious, crossover vehicles, SUVs, and minivans. But some consumers believe that all of the extra muscle gets wasted on a vehicle that may never even see a gravel road.
Nothing. The GX carries over unchanged for In fact, the luxury SUV has been largely unchanged since its last redesign for the model year, making it overdue for an update. A face-lift to bring the GX in line with the brand's new corporate face and an 8A transmission are possible updates for For now, the luxury SUV continues to make do with a hp, liter V
Standard features on the base GX outweigh the premium features of most SUVs, SUV crossovers, and comparable minivans systems. This includes inch alloy wheels. The standard lineup can add some of the premium features as options, such as an adaptive variable suspension (with rear adjustable height control), auto-dimming side mirrors, and adaptive xenon headlights. A standard lineup and available premium options for the standard lineup like this does not leave much to the imagination for the premium edition. However, the engineers were unable to come up with a few more tricks for the most discerning drivers and passengers. Premium front and rear parking sensors, wide front- and side-view cameras, and power-folding exterior mirrors make sure that the area surrounding the Lexus is free of any possible fender bender situations.
Just as expected for a Lexus, the GX does not disappoint in beauty, style, elegance, and class. Standard and premium trim level packages are available. Many options deemed premium in most other vehicles come standard such as leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, power-adjustable and heated/ventilated front seats (with power lumbar controls), driver's seat memory settings, power-folding third-row seats, multiple-area automatic climate controls, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. In addition to the hefty list of standard features, an additional backup camera and a nine-speaker audio system with a six-CD changer, Bluetooth audio, phone, satellite radio, iPod connectivity as well as other electronic features are also available. Other items include a heated wood-trimmed steering wheel, heated second-row seats, and a separate rear air-conditioning system. Standard third-row seating allows the GX to be considered a seven-passenger vehicle. The third seat only comfortably seats a very small passenger and gobbles up valuable cargo space when in use. Passenger volume totals cubic feet with the seven-passenger configuration. Cargo (behind the third/middle/front seats) is less than expected at // cubic feet, respectively. This sacrificing cargo space makes luggage carrying almost impossible if carrying seven passengers. The leather-lined interior helps to keep all of the noise outside so that the driver and passengers can enjoy this smooth ride. The otherwise luxurious interior offers premiums such as a rear-seat entertainment system with twin screens and a speaker Mark Levinson surround-sound audio system.
Front, knee, side, and side-curtain airbags cushion the driver in the event of an accident and provide a standard configuration. Anti-lock brakes, stability control, and traction control also provide standard features on the Lexus GX as well as other safety conscious SUVs. Premium packages can include driver drowsiness monitors, lane departure warnings, pre-collision warnings, and preventative braking systems. Lexus has its own safety connect system for collision response and an optional one-year subscription to the service. While some believe that the automated safety features can prevent collisions on a massive scale, others believe dependence upon the automatic systems can make driver distraction a serious problem—especially if the automated systems fail.
There are fewer combinations in the Lexus GX for engine, transmission, and drivetrain than for most SUV and crossover vehicles. Lexus stands on elegance, style, and brand name to maintain solid sales at a high sticker price without having to offer excessive numbers of trim packages, motor configurations, transmission, and drivetrain feature sets. The GX uses four-wheel drive with a liter, V-8, horsepower engine, packing a whopping lb-ft of torque. The only transmission available is a six-speed automatic. The Active Traction Control replaces the need for lockable front and rear differentials. However, this standard all-wheel-drive system has a low range setting and a lockable center differential. For those who have gotten attached to cruise control in regular street vehicles, the optional Crawl Control is the cruise control's off-road partner. Also available is the Downhill Assist Control, which allows for automatic speed adjustments on steep downgrades. Kinetic Dynamic Suspension is adjustable for greater wheel articulation for off-road activities, as well as on-road handling capabilities. Adjustable Height Control allows the driver to raise the suspension to clear especially tall objects. Some consumers find that adding all of these bells and whistles to the off-road experience diminishes the off-road experience itself. As one of the few remaining Lexus vehicles with a V-8 engine, all of the get up and go is available at a tap of the pedal, with suffering on the side of the gas mileage. A low 15/20 mpg city/highway rating gives ecology buffs the shivers.
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NEWS EDITOR GREG MIGLIORE: It's fun to take the wheel of a monster truck every now and then, and this Lexus GX Premium has a comfortable, commanding presence. The interior is the best single element, in my opinion, as the driver casts a long view over the road, and the materials are first-class. It's a quiet atmosphere, but I like to crack the sunroof and let in some late winter ventilation with the seat heaters up, which makes for an enjoyable experience in a vehicle this large.
The power is adequate. I buried my foot into the accelerator and smoothly sped onto expressway during late rush hour, and the V8 was totally up to the task, even emitting a pleasing, subtle roar. The six-speed auto smoothly shifted gears and was a suitable partner. Still, liters, just hp --what century is this? Then again, the big wheels and body-on-frame architecture do have the demeanor of a quickly passing era. Still, it's a brute -- a dreadnaught. And I think there's still a place for vehicles like this, but I would opt for a Mercedes-Benz or BMW SUV ahead of this Lexus.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR BOB GRITZINGER: It's a big galoot for sure, but at least it's equipped to handle the size, height and weight. The V8 brings plenty of power to the equation, while the suspension seems set up to keep the roll and dive in check despite the mass and high center of gravity. I'm not saying it's a sports car, or even as nimble as a Mercedes-Benz GL, but it's reasonable in its own right. I found myself comparing it to the GMC Acadia Denali I'd just driven -- a near-lux ute that offers a lot of the same creature comforts as the Lexus, but for nearly $20, less on the sticker. Yes, the Acadia packs a mere V6, but it offers just 11 fewer horses versus the GX's V8, while delivering better fuel economy (at least on paper, according to the EPA).
Where the Lexus excels, like its counterparts from other luxury utility makers like Mercedes-Benz and BMW, is in its road-smoothing ride and steadiness, where very little from the outside world intrudes on one's enjoyment of basking in the interior warmth and stellar sound system.
Couple odd things I encountered: I noted some unusual ventilation on automatic mode (and without any tri-zone on), where I'd detect a cool breeze in the center of the vehicle which detracted from the otherwise temperate cabin; the active cruise control is one of those that does its job of slowing down, right to 20 mph when it simply gives up and hands over control to the driver -- not ideal, and requires always being “on your toes” which is the opposite of what you want in active cruise control; and the rear gate is side-hinged, which is OK except that if you park in tight parking confines (like with a car close behind you in a space) you might not be able to get it open very far, and it's passenger-side hinged meaning you have to work around it if you parallel park on the normal right side of the road.
Lot to like here, but buyers should at least be aware of these differences.
ASSOCIATE ROAD TEST EDITOR BRAD CONSTANT: I could cruise in this Lexus GX Premium all day long. The ride is comfortable, there is adequate power, a great view of the road and competent handling.
My favorite aspect has to be the interior. The seats are comfortable, providing support in all of the right places. I like the center console layout, and all of the buttons are in reach. Lexus even put in the conversation mirror that drops down above the rearview mirror so you can see the entire rear seat, which is convenient for those with kids.
On the road this thing is stout. The suspension soaks up the bumps nicely and does a good job at controlling body roll in all directions. I was impressed with how this big boy took the corners, too. Overall, the brakes do a great job at slowing the ute down, the steering is direct -- thought it lacks feel -- and the handling is enough for you to have some fun throwing a big SUV through the turns.
However, I have to agree with Greg and Bob, this engine should be making more power. It's a big V8 that could easily be making more than hp. That would be a big difference, and one that I would love to experience in the big GX
When it comes down to whether or not I'd want one, the answer is no. It's nice, comfortable and stylish, but it's not the best luxury SUV on the market. Give me a big Mercedes-Benz GL instead. This is when it's important to note that the GX SUV will be dropped for and replaced with a GX that will be more crossover than full-fledge body-on-frame SUV. That one should make up for the deficiencies of the current GX , and I have a feeling it will be even more fun to drive.
Lexus GX Premium
Base Price: $59,
As-Tested Price: $69,
Drivetrain: liter V8; 4WD, six-speed automatic
Output: hp @ 5, rpm, lb-ft @ 3, rpm
Curb Weight: 5, lb
Fuel Economy (EPA City/Highway/Combined): 15/20/17 mpg
AW Observed Fuel Economy: mpg
Options: Wide view front and side monitor, dynamic cruise control, lane departure alert, intelligent high-beam headlights, and crawl control ($3,); rear entertainment package including dual screen DVD with wireless headphones, audio and video inputs ($2,); intuitive park assist ($); preferred accessory package including cargo net, cargo mat, wheel locks ($)
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Lexus GX Premium 4WD 4dr Features and Specs
Semi-aniline leather trimmed seats
Climate controlled way pwr front bucket seats -inc: pwr lumbar, driver memory
40/20/40 split folding second-row seats -inc: recline, fore/aft adjustment, walk-in
Heated outboard second row seats
50/50 split third-row seats -inc: pwr fold flat feature
Cut pile carpeting
Carpeted floor mats
Illuminated front scuff plates
Leather-wrapped pwr tilt/telescopic wood-trimmed heated steering wheel -inc: auto tilt away, cruise controls, audio controls, voice command button
Console box w/sliding armrests
Lexus Optitron instrumentation
Trip computer -inc: average mpg, current mpg, range, average speed, barometer, altimeter, elapsed time
Digital odometer w/(2) trip meters
Digital outside temp gauge
ECO driving indicator
" multi-information diplay
Pwr windows w/1-touch auto up/down
Pwr door locks -inc: driver side 2-turn unlock feature, anti-lockout, shift-linked auto lock
Electric fuel door release
Key-integrated remote entry system -inc: rolling code feature, remote-linked window/moonroof open
SmartAccess system -inc: key card immobilizer
Vehicle security alarm system
HomeLink universal transceiver
Lexus Personalized Settings
Tri-zone automatic climate control -inc: interior air filter, smog-sensor, auto recirculation mode
Rear window defogger w/timer
12V aux pwr outlet
Wood interior trim
Chrome door handles
Front/rear door storage pockets
Electrochromic rearview mirror w/compass
Dual visors w/illuminated vanity mirrors, slide extensions
(8) assist grips
Lighting -inc: door courtesy, glove box, dome, front map, rear cargo, rear reading, front/rear seat footwell, door trim, shift lever, console
(2) rear coat hooks
V rear pwr outlet
Wood-trimmed shift knob
Storage pocket in rear cargo area
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