2013 Lexus LX 570

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Patrick M Hoey

2013 Lexus LX 570

MSRP (with destination): $81,805
PRICE AS TESTED: $88,670

ENGINE:
5.7-liter DOHC V-8
Horsepower (hp): 383 @ 5600rpm
Torque (lb-ft): 403 @ 3600rpm

TRANSMISSION:
6-speed automatic

DRIVE:
Four-wheel

WHEELS AND TIRES:
20-inch aluminum wheels
285/50R-20

FUEL ECONOMY (city/highway/combined):
12/17/14mpg

CURB WEIGHT:
6000lb

CAPACITIES:
Doors/Passengers: 4/8
Cargo (behind first row): 83.1cu ft
Legroom (first/second/third row): 42.9/34.4/28.3 in
Headroom (first/second/third row): 38.3/38.9/35.8 in
Towing: 7000lb

EXTERIOR/INTERIOR COLOR:
Starfire Pearl/Parchment

STANDARD FEATURES:
Navigation
SiriusXM satellite radio w/3-month trial subscription
SiriusXM travel, weather, sports, and stock updates w/one-year trial subscription
Heated front seats
Power folding third-row seats
Power sliding second-row seats
Power tilt-and-telescopic steering column
Power sunroof
Automatic 4-zone climate control
Xenon headlights
Fog lights
Rain-sensing windshield wipers
Adaptive dampers
Active ride-height control
Multi-terrain select system
Trailer sway control
Crawl control w/turn assist

OPTIONS ON THIS VEHICLE:
19-speaker Mark Levinson audio system w/DVD audio and playback- $2350
Rear seat entertainment package- $2005
Luxury package- $1510

Heated and ventilated front seats
Second-row heated seats
Center console-mounted cooler box
Keyless entry and ignition
Semi-Aniline leather-trimmed interior
Wood-trimmed doors and rear center armrest
Intuitive parking assist w/front- and side-view cameras- $1000

KEY OPTIONS NOT ON THIS VEHICLE:
Forward collision prevention w/adaptive cruise control- $1001

ADDITIONAL SPECS:
Based on the Toyota Land Cruiser, this Lexus sees minor changes for 2013. The brand's "spindle" grille is now on the car's nose, along with LED DRLs, and the interior is slightly revised.

COMPARE TO:
Cadillac Escalade, Infiniti QX56, Lincoln Navigator, Mercedes-Benz GL450

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Unbiased
I had a 2000 model LX470 which was not too different from this. It was the worst vehicle I have ever driven. I almost flipped over once while drinig straight on the freeway since I had taken my eyes off for a few seconds. There is no Inherent Stability (straight tracking) and the center of gravity is way too high. Add to that the short wheel base and this thing is a death trap. Bought an Escalade Esv which has mind blowing on center feel and track. The best SUV in the world is the Suburban. Nothing can touch it. Room for upto 9, their baggage and then some.

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