Two-Row 4dr 4x4
2020 Lexus LX 570

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Brash, powerful, and untroubled by a prodigious thirst for fuel, the 2020 Lexus LX shuns subtlety in favor of making its presence known. Sharing its basic body-on-frame design with the Toyota Land Cruiser, the LX provides a plush yet calm and inviting space for passengers, along with a pampering ride ? quite a feat for a massive, truck-based SUV.

A Sport package for the three-row model has been added for the 2020 model year, with distinctive exterior and interior styling. It includes an exclusive grille and front fascia, body-color mirrors with chrome accents, semi-aniline leather-trimmed seats in a choice of three colors, and a black headliner. A Cool Box has joined the option list.

The LX comes in a single trim level, with either two or three rows of seats, for five- or eight-passenger capacity.

Beneath the hood, a 5.7-liter V-8, shared with the related Land Cruiser, develops 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque. An 8-speed automatic transmission sends power to all four wheels.

Few cars guzzle more fuel than an LX, which is EPA-rated at a shocking 12 mpg city, 16 highway, and 14 combined. Unlike the Land Cruiser, the LX requires premium gasoline.

Low-range provides for low-speed crawl control when off-roading, and the LX can tow as much as 7,000 pounds when properly equipped. A multi-terrain system provides modes for traversing Rock, Rock/Dirt, Mogul, Loose Rock, and Mud/Sand.

Suspensions differ between the LX and Land Cruiser. Both models employ an independent front suspension, with a solid axle and coil springs at the rear. Lexus turns to a height-adjustable electro-hydraulic system, which can raise or lower the body by tapping a button. An automatic load-leveling rear suspension copes with hefty loads and trailers.

Neither the IIHS nor the NHTSA has crash-tested the hefty, three-ton LX. Lexus makes several valuable active safety features standard, including automatic emergency braking that can detect and stop for pedestrians. Also included are active lane control, lane-departure warnings, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alerts, adaptive cruise control, and high-beam headlight assist.
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Brash, powerful, and untroubled by a prodigious thirst for fuel, the 2020 Lexus LX shuns subtlety in favor of making its presence known. Sharing its basic body-on-frame design with the Toyota Land Cruiser, the LX provides a plush yet calm and inviting space for passengers, along with a pampering ride ? quite a feat for a massive, truck-based SUV.

A Sport package for the three-row model has been added for the 2020 model year, with distinctive exterior and interior styling. It includes an exclusive grille and front fascia, body-color mirrors with chrome accents, semi-aniline leather-trimmed seats in a choice of three colors, and a black headliner. A Cool Box has joined the option list.

The LX comes in a single trim level, with either two or three rows of seats, for five- or eight-passenger capacity.

Beneath the hood, a 5.7-liter V-8, shared with the related Land Cruiser, develops 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque. An 8-speed automatic transmission sends power to all four wheels.

Few cars guzzle more fuel than an LX, which is EPA-rated at a shocking 12 mpg city, 16 highway, and 14 combined. Unlike the Land Cruiser, the LX requires premium gasoline.

Low-range provides for low-speed crawl control when off-roading, and the LX can tow as much as 7,000 pounds when properly equipped. A multi-terrain system provides modes for traversing Rock, Rock/Dirt, Mogul, Loose Rock, and Mud/Sand.

Suspensions differ between the LX and Land Cruiser. Both models employ an independent front suspension, with a solid axle and coil springs at the rear. Lexus turns to a height-adjustable electro-hydraulic system, which can raise or lower the body by tapping a button. An automatic load-leveling rear suspension copes with hefty loads and trailers.

Neither the IIHS nor the NHTSA has crash-tested the hefty, three-ton LX. Lexus makes several valuable active safety features standard, including automatic emergency braking that can detect and stop for pedestrians. Also included are active lane control, lane-departure warnings, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alerts, adaptive cruise control, and high-beam headlight assist.
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$86,480 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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$3,982 Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
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Engine 5.7L V-8
MPG 12 City / 16 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 383 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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