Lexus has finally released the cost details of its revamped GX 460 SUV to show that at $49,995, its base version will cost $4,710 less than the previous version did.
The good news for lovers of the LUV–not a typo, but what owners of the GX 460 tend to call their SUV—is that the price is not the only positive change, its looks have been updated. The soon-to-be-released SUV will roll out with LED headlights, LED fog lights, daytime running lights, and a new Lexus spindle grille.
The bad news is that the starting price is just that, a starting price. Options that will quickly increase its price include such enticing features such as three-zone climate control, a blind-spot monitor with an imbedded rear cross-traffic warning system, heated outboard rear seats, advanced pre-collision with a driver monitor, a perforated leather interior, and intuitive parking assist.
Under the hood of the Lexus GX 460 SUV beats a 301-hp 4.6-liter V8 that rates out 15 miles per gallon in the city and 20 on the highway.
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