While luxury may automatically come to mind when you think of the Lexus brand, the word “rugged” probably doesn’t. Although that may be the case, the 2017 Lexus GX 460 is one of the new Lexus cars that proves that luxury and ruggedness can and should go together.
The 2017 Lexus GX 460 is a three-row SUV that is available in two capable, off-road ready trims, the Base and the Luxury. This versatile automobile is equipped with a 4.6-liter, eight-cylinder engine, a trailer wiring harness, and a six-speed automatic transmission. The Lexus GX 460 also has a standard full-time four-wheel drive system that has a dual-range transfer case. When the SUV has the right equipment on it, the Lexus GX 460 can tow a maximum of 6,500 pounds.
As your local Lexus dealers near St. Augustine, FL, we really like that the Lexus brand included so many standard features in the design of the Base trim. This trim has 18-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof, rear privacy glass, and a rear spoiler. The vehicle also has driver memory settings, a rearview camera, Bluetooth and audio connectivity, an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment interface, Siri Eyes Free, and an audio system that has nine speakers, a CD player, satellite and HD radio, and dual USB ports.
The Base model is eligible for several options packages, including the Premium package. If you add this package to your purchase, your vehicle will also have automatic wipers, a de-icer for your windshield, parking sensors, heated front and second-row seats, and a navigation system, among other desirable features. If you only want the navigation system, it’s available as an individual option. You can also add the Sport Design options package to your SUV. This package includes a different grille as well as chrome exhaust tips.
If you want to experience the perfect combination of ruggedness and luxury, give us a call, visit our website, or stop by Lexus of Jacksonville to schedule a test drive today. We look forward to seeing you behind the wheel of your new Lexus soon.
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