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2020 Lexus GX 460


MSRP* $53,000 - $64,265
Invoice* $48,760 - $59,124


City 15 Hwy 19

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2020 Lexus GX 460 Overview

The 2020 Lexus GX 460 is a mid-size luxury SUV that seats up to seven passengers across three rows. It competes with the Lincoln MKT, BMW X6, and Acura MDX. Powering the GX 460 is a 301-hp, 4.6-liter V-8 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. Maximum cargo capacity is 64.7 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down.

Two trims are available: Base and Luxury.

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.9
Exterior 5
Interior 4.9
Comfort 5
Performance 4.7
Reliability 5
Extremely smooth riding

by JBfromMN from St. Paul, MN | November 01, 2020

I've owned 5 previous Lexus vehicles (2008 IS350, 2014 IS350, 2003 LS430, 2008 LS460, and a 2017 RX350) as they are far superior to almost any brands I've driven. The pros: -Sexy, luxurious look (Black with black rims and red int ) -The ride is extremely smooth (V-8) -Reliability is NEVER questioned (maintenance only for all of mine) -The fit and finish inside is refined and practical -The standard (Non Mark Levinson) stereo is amazing Cons: -The 2008 LS460 I owned had a 4.6 V-8 with an 8 speed transmission. It was amazing. The rear wheel drive also produced 380 HP. WHY NOT DO THE SAME? The GX has 303 HP paired with a 6 speed transmission. I love acceleration, and while it's adequate, it could use more. Most people would not notice or care. -The infotainment seems to be a bit outdated, but unless you're driving a Porsche (I have a Panamera) or an Audi, which geniously utilizes Google Maps, I've never cared about or even used the nav in any vehicle. My phone more than suffices.

Most Realiable car, my Lexus

by Nelly Rivera from Tucson, AZ | October 16, 2020

This car meet all my needs. it is very spacious and I can have all my family on a road trip. I like big cars where I can have all the staff I need when going on a road trip.

Tried and True!

by Joseph H. from Birmingham, AL | August 04, 2020

I have owned many cars, and this is my first Lexus. I have just hit 7,000 miles and only have great things to say about it. The ride it comfortable, the interior is hushed at highway speeds, the seats are comfortable, and the finishes are very nice throughout. It is exactly what I was expecting from Lexus and it has not disappointed. Previously I had a 2015 Infiniti QX80 and a 2017 Cadillac Escalade. Both purchased new. The Infiniti was an excellent car, but it was just a bit too big for parking spaces, the garage, etc. The Escalade was the most unreliable car I have ever owned, and Cadillac afforded me the opportunity to drive every car in their lineup since I was in a loaner car more than I was my own. This time, I wanted reliability that was not supersized. The GX fit the bill. If I had let the professional reviews persuade me, I would not have purchased this vehicle. I am glad I did my own research. Everything the GX does, it does well. It can tow my 5,000 lb boat without a problem, it has had zero issues, and the "dated" infotainment system has been so much easier to use than Cadillac's CUE system. Does it have as much power as the Escalade and QX? No, but it is still a V8, and it does not struggle in the least to get up and go. I don't normally write reviews, but I have been that impressed/satisfied. Don't go to the dealership expecting to be excited about the GX either, but it will definitely exceed your expectations for many many years.

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