Base 4dr All-wheel Drive
2007 Lexus GX 470

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EngineEngine 4.7LV-8
MPGMPG 15 City / 19 Hwy
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2007 GX 470 Overview

The Lexus GX 470 is designed for active families with young children, balancing comfort and features with real off-road potential.Underneath, the GX 470 has body-on-frame construction like commercial or military trucks, with a solid rear axle and serious four-wheel drive features such as a locking center differential and dual-speed transfer case.Inside, the GX 470 is roomy, quiet and luxurious, with an optional third-row seat that expands capacity to eight.Its cabin is swathed in leather and bird's-eye maple.An overhead-cam V8 and smooth five-speed automatic transmission provide sufficient power for towing, trail-bashing, or carving corners on a coastal highway.

For 2007, Lexus has focused on the GX 470's information and entertainment options.Its state-of-the-art rear-seat DVD system is enhanced with a 9-inch, wide-format screen.Nearly all the infotainment hardware and software has been improved, for the edification of young and old.The optional navigation system adds voice activation and enhanced display features.An input jack for iPods and other audio devices is now standard, and the optional Mark Levinson Premium Audio now plays DVDs as well as conventional and MP3/WMA-formatted CDs.Everyone, rear-seat passengers and the driver, can watch a flick on one of the screens, including the nav screen, while the GX 470 is parked.

In the GX 470, rugged clearly does not mean outdated, and that goes beyond the entertainment choices.Its full-time four-wheel drive features electronic traction control (A-TRAC) and automatically dispatches torque to the tires with the best grip.An electronic system called Downhill Assist Control (DAC) helps the GX 470 safely negotiate slippery inclines, while Vehicle Stability Control helps steady the GX 470 in slippery turns.Based on the Toyota 4Runner, a Lexus GX 470 is highly capable off road and can go practically anywhere its driver is willing to point it.
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2007 GX 470 Overview

The Lexus GX 470 is designed for active families with young children, balancing comfort and features with real off-road potential.Underneath, the GX 470 has body-on-frame construction like commercial or military trucks, with a solid rear axle and serious four-wheel drive features such as a locking center differential and dual-speed transfer case.Inside, the GX 470 is roomy, quiet and luxurious, with an optional third-row seat that expands capacity to eight.Its cabin is swathed in leather and bird's-eye maple.An overhead-cam V8 and smooth five-speed automatic transmission provide sufficient power for towing, trail-bashing, or carving corners on a coastal highway.

For 2007, Lexus has focused on the GX 470's information and entertainment options.Its state-of-the-art rear-seat DVD system is enhanced with a 9-inch, wide-format screen.Nearly all the infotainment hardware and software has been improved, for the edification of young and old.The optional navigation system adds voice activation and enhanced display features.An input jack for iPods and other audio devices is now standard, and the optional Mark Levinson Premium Audio now plays DVDs as well as conventional and MP3/WMA-formatted CDs.Everyone, rear-seat passengers and the driver, can watch a flick on one of the screens, including the nav screen, while the GX 470 is parked.

In the GX 470, rugged clearly does not mean outdated, and that goes beyond the entertainment choices.Its full-time four-wheel drive features electronic traction control (A-TRAC) and automatically dispatches torque to the tires with the best grip.An electronic system called Downhill Assist Control (DAC) helps the GX 470 safely negotiate slippery inclines, while Vehicle Stability Control helps steady the GX 470 in slippery turns.Based on the Toyota 4Runner, a Lexus GX 470 is highly capable off road and can go practically anywhere its driver is willing to point it.Hide Full Review