Lexus GX

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2020 Lexus GX Ratings & Reliability
The GX 460 is very quiet and quick, yet this hulking brute is both highly capable off-road and capable of towing a 6,500-pound load. The 4.6-liter V8 engine and six-speed automatic make for a slick powertrain but got a paltry 17 mpg overall. Handling is lumbering but ultimately secure. The ride is very comfortable, especially at low speeds, although the body tends to jostle when driving over uneven pavement. Inside, the cabin is plush and well-finished. Drivers of almost any height should find a good seating position. There's plenty of space all-around and a commanding view out. The small third-row seat folds neatly into the floor when it's not in use, but the side-swinging rear door can be inconvenient at times. For 2020, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and lane departure warning are standard.
2010 Redesign Year
Lexus GX 2019
The 2010 model uses a 4.6-liter V8. The ride is quiet and comfortable and off-road capability is commendable. All-wheel drive and three rows of seats are standard. Handling feels ponderous in corners, even at moderate speeds. Even though the GX has a standard third-row seat, it's way too cramped. Access is awkward, as is opening the side-swinging rear door in tight spaces. The subscription-based Lexus Enform Remote app performs unlock/lock, remote start and trace functions, along with a tracking service. You can get an alert sent to your smartphone if the vehicle exceeds a preset speed or mileage limit to help you keep an eye on a teenage driver. We'd get a GX 460 Premium with the optional blind spot monitoring system and heated wood-and-leather steering wheel. It's the best deal in the lineup.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2019 $45,600 - $52,475 $42,750 - $49,200
2018 $38,375 - $44,025 $36,000 - $41,225
2017 $32,450 - $35,675 $30,195 - $33,290
2016 $28,900 - $31,000 $26,635 - $28,675
2015 $25,875 - $27,075 $23,605 - $24,740
2014 $23,925 - $25,025 $21,585 - $22,650
2013 $20,125 - $20,875 $17,815 - $18,560
2012 $18,700 - $19,375 $16,395 - $17,045
2011 $17,975 - $18,325 $15,225 - $15,920
2010 $17,625 - $17,900 $14,320 - $14,895
2003 Redesign Year
Lexus GX 2009
While the GX shares its platform with the Toyota 4Runner, the model slots in size and price between the RX and the huge LX. It also shares its smooth and quiet V8 powertrain, as well as many of its luxury appointments with the LX. A body-on-frame design with a live rear axle, the GX has three rows of seats and can accommodate eight. However, the third-row seat is small and consumes cargo space when folded, while reducing visibility. Interior fit and finish are impressive. Ride quality is comfortable and quiet, but uneven pavement can cause side-to-side movement and cornering is less than agile. Full-time 4WD with low range gearing, a hill-descent feature and a system that prevents roll-back on steep ascents make it remarkably competent off-road. 2005 brought a horsepower boost.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 NA NA
2008 NA NA
2007 NA NA
2006 NA NA
2005 NA NA
2004 NA NA
2003 NA NA