A full 14 years since its last redesign, Lexus has finally redone its LX flagship SUV. The new, fourth-generation LX 600 shares the same robust underpinnings as in the new 300 Series Toyota Land Cruiser, sold elsewhere around the globe.
This year, the number of available LX trims grows to five to cover more of the waterfront. Including the $1,345 destination charge, the 2022 LX 600 model lineup consists of the “base” $88,245 5-passenger Standard, $96,345 7-seat Premium, $102,345 7-seat F Sport Handling, $104,345 7-seat Luxury, and range-topping $127,345 4-passenger Ultra Luxury trims. All LX 600 models are equipped with full-time four-wheel drive and a dual-range transfer case.