The LX was completely redesigned for 2022 and has been little changed since. The 2024 model year sees but one update: the Ultra Luxury version’s rear-seat entertainment system now comes with wireless Bluetooth headphones.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The LX600 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter V-6 engine that makes 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive are both standard. Given Lexus’s penchant for hybrid powertrains, we wouldn’t be surprised to eventually see a gas-electric setup under the LX’s hood, similar to the V-6 hybrid used in the 2022 Tundra pickup, but so far the company has made no move to offer it. On the road, the twin-turbo V-6 provides ample power and the refined presence that’s expected in a luxury vehicle. In our testing, the LX600 hustled to 60 mph in 6.1 seconds, which will be more than enough for most drivers. The four-wheel-drive system includes a low range for when the going gets tough, although the fixed running boards would be vulnerable in serious off-road scenarios. Most LX600 models deliver a compliant ride, although that relaxed suspension means this tall schooner lists in turns. The F Sport model’s firmer suspension quells that tippy tendency somewhat but results in more ride harshness.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Inside, the LX oozes luxury, starting with a wide center console between the front seats that creates a cozy cockpit environment. Quilted leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped dashboard, wood trim, and smoked-chrome accents imbue the LX’s cabin with a luxe ambiance. The front thrones earn top marks for comfort although they can’t give you a massage, unlike those in most other luxury SUVs. The entry-level Standard trim comes with room for five in two rows of seats; the mainstream Premium, Luxury, and F Sport trims come with a third row of that increases passenger capacity to seven. The top-spec Ultra Luxury model is more for the chauffeured set with a four-seat layout that eliminates the third row and features dual reclining captain’s chairs in the second row divided by a center console, plus rear-seat entertainment displays and wireless smartphone charging capability.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

The price of the 2024 Lexus LX starts at $93.915 and goes up to $134.490 depending on the trim and options.

  • LX600: $93,915
  • LX600 Premium: $101,865
  • LX600 F Sport: $108,125
  • LX600 Luxury: $109,865
  • LX600 Ultra Luxury: $134,490

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