The Lexus GX offers a more off-road capable package than you'd ever expect from the luxury brand, sitting a size smaller than the LX but only slightly less capable. The GX has been available since 2003, though it was fully redesigned in 2010. More recently, the model received styling refreshes in 2014 as well as 2017, while last year it added yet another styling tweak as well as a host of new off-road modes, new off-road cameras, and updated driver assistance features.
After last year's refreshing, Lexus has left the GX unchanged for 2021.
Lexus offers the GX in just one trim but allows buyers to augment it with two extra packages including Premium and Executive. Power comes from a 4.6L V8 with six-speed automatic and standard 4x4.
GX 460 starts with the Lexus Safety System + including pre-collision system, auto high beams, radar cruise, and lane departure. It also has parking sensors, bird-eye camera, and multi-terrain monitor with camera view to show under the nose of the vehicle when off-roading.
Luxury amenities include three-zone climate control, power-adjust steering column with heated wheel, power-adjust heated and ventilated front seats, semi-aniline leather, heated rear seats, LED headlights, and real wood trim. Off road features include rear air suspension, active height control, and kinetic dynamic suspension.
The Premium Package adds 18-inch alloys, heated rear seats, and power moonroof. Executive adds 19-inch wheels, five-stage crawl control system, multi-terrain select, extra fuel tank armour, and a cool box in the front console.
Fuel consumption estimates for the GX 460 are 16.0/12.9 L/100 km (city/highway).
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