At a Glance
|Fuel Economy||12 (city), 17 (highway)|
Since it is based on the Toyota Land Cruiser platform, the full-size LX 570 has the pedigree for serious off-road travel. The addition of extra luxury features makes the 8-passenger LX 570 more palatable for upscale customers. A 5.7L V-8 mated to a 6-speed automatic is the only powertrain. Full-time 4WD is standard. As the largest Lexus SUV, the LX competes with full-size luxury SUVs like the Cadillac Escalade, Lincoln Navigator, and Infiniti QX. By comparison, the LX570 is smaller, yet more expensive.
The LX skips the 2012 model year and arrives for 2013 with updated front end styling, new body molding and a restyled rear bumper. The new front styling includes a restyled grille to match that of the redesigned 2013 GS. Upgraded headlamps are now HID with LED daytime running lamps. The LX also receives updated instruments and minor trim changes on the inside.
Sporting a new Lexus spindle grille, new 20-inch alloy wheel design and upgraded interior for the 2013 model year, the eight-passenger LX 570 continues to deliver on challenging off-road adventures as well as luxurious daily driving. The 2013 LX 570 gets a new look at both the front and rear. New LED daytime running lights complement new headlamp design and new larger fog lamp bezels. Taillamps are also updated, while the rear license plate surround gets...Read.
|LX 570||5.7l V8 (383-bhp)||A6||4WD||12/17/14||$80,930|