2014 Lexus GX 460: A Three-Row Luxury SUV Truly In A Class By Itself

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  • Highlight: The Lexus GX 460 is loosely based-off the same platform as the Toyota 4Runner.

    Test vehicle’s MSRP: $55,505 (Base Model starts at $49,995)

    Seating Capacity: 7

    Standard Safety Features: airbags (front, side, knee, rear-side, curtain, and seat-mounted for second row); ABS; LED daytime running lights; side impact beams; vehicle stability control; back up camera; first aid kit; electronic brake distribution; traction control; Hill Start Assist System; Downhill Assist Control; and Lexus’ Safety Connect System

    Standard Equipment: 18-inch wheels; 10-way (non-leather) power front seats; power tilt/telescopic steering wheel; memory programmed driver’s seat; a 8-inch touchscreen; a push button starter; sliding front center armrests; LED low-beam headlamps; privacy glass rear windows; auto on/off headlights; integrated illuminated running boards; power moonroof; and roof rails

    Suspension System:
    Front- double wishbone, coli springs, stabilizer bar

    Rear- 4-link rigid axle, control arms, coil springs

    Standard Audio: a 9-speaker AM/FM/HD/CD with XM Satellite radio

    Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 4 years or 50,000 miles

    Powertrain Warranty: 6 years or 70,000 miles

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Yes

    Standard Engine/Horsepower: 4.6-liter, 8-cylinder/301-horsepower

    Recommended Fuel: Regular

    Standard Fuel Mileage: 15-city/20-hwy

    Towing: 6,500 lbs

    Other Trim Levels:

    iPod and USB ports: Yes

    What’s New: The GX now wears the brand’s bold signature spindle grille and is now surrounded by a new 8-inch screen, displaying a multimedia system. Moreover, the 2014 GX is available also now equipped with a blind-spot monitor, with a rear-traffic cross alert system, which surely will reduce accidents.

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