Lexus combines a high level of craftsmanship with exaggerated styling across its range of diverse models. It functions as the luxury division of the well-known Japanese automaker, Toyota, but with a greater level of personality and appeal. Since January 1996, Lexus, a luxury division of Toyota, has been manufacturing the Lexus LX, which went on sale in November 1995.
With a straight-six engine, the first-generation LX 450 had seating for seven passengers. The second-and third-generation vehicle had a V8 engine, full-size steel ladder frames (body-on-frame construction), and seating for eight passengers. In its second generation, the LX 470 shared its exterior styling with the Japanese domestic market Land Cruiser Cygnus. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 engine and has seating for seven passengers as standard, or four passengers as an option.
Lexus’ LX 570 got the highest reliability rating in its class after many tests. It even got 4.5/5 stars from US News, which is the highest rating in Lexus’ class, as well as the second-highest in the United States and even higher than RepairPal’s aforementioned 3.5/5-star reliability rating.
As part of its crash-testing program, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the LX a four-star rating for frontal impact. Ratings have not been issued for overall crash protection or side-impact testing. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has not conducted crash testing on the LX.
The average cost of owning a Lexus LX 570 for 5 years is $81,869. This total will vary per vehicle, driver, and location. These ownership expenses include Depreciation, Insurance Premiums, Maintenance and Repairs, Loan Interest, Fuel Costs.
Maintenance and Repair
During its first decade of service, the Lexus LX 570 will cost $8,286 for maintenance and repairs. This is well below the industry average for luxury SUVs.
How many seats are in the Lexus LX?
The Lexus LX is a car with 5 seats. The EPA Classification for this car is: Four Wheel Drive
What is the horsepower in a Lexus LX and does it have a turbo?
The Lexus LX has 383 horsepower and 403 lb-ft of torque. The engine is a Premium Unleaded V-8 with a displacement of 5.7 L The fuel system is: Sequential MPI.
How much ground clearance does the Lexus LX have?
8.9 inches ( 22,61 cm )
What type of wheels does it have?
Lexus LX has 20 X 8.5 inch Aluminum Front Wheels and 20 X 8.5 inch Aluminum Rear Wheels.
How long will Lexus LX last?
The Lexus LX is a reliable vehicle. If taken care of properly, the Lexus LX can last up to 500,000 miles.