So we got a 2016 Lexus LX 570
The Lexus LX 570 is nearing the end of its lifecycle. If previous generations are anything to go by, there should be an all-new LX every 10 years, so the next-generation model is theoretically due by 2018. So it was a surprise that Toyota gave both the Land Cruiser and the LX 570 a major makeover for 2016, after a couple of minor facelifts since the current generation’s 2008 debut.
Clearly every single body panel has been changed, except maybe for the roof. Instead of simply looking like a Toyota with a redone front end, the Lexus finally has its own unique look, although the bloated overall profile is still very Land Cruiser, far from the Range Rover it is now competing with on price.
Even the interior is completely new, as the LX finally benefits from the modern multimedia technology found in its smaller sedan siblings. It still suffers from having those side-hinged fold-up third row seats though, as a consequence of its live-axle rear suspension, something that none of its rivals except the Cadillac Escalade, although the latter still manages to have a fold-down third row.
The 2016 Lexus LX has hugely improved in a lot of ways, but the also retains all of its previous strengths as well as flaws. More on that in the full review.
i like it quite a bit. especially the rear lights looks pretty cool in the flash. love the sequential indicators they copied from audi.
like the colour of the one you guys got, too
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