Lexus GX 460 Weight

Lexus GX

Pricing
MSRP CA$77,050
Fees CA$2,115
Gas guzzler tax CA$2,000
Monthly payments CA$1,450/month
Powertrain
Engine 4,6 l V8
Power 301 hp @ 5,500 rpm (224 kW)
Torque 329 lb·ft @ 3,500 rpm (446 N·m)
Induction Atmospheric
Fuel type Premium
Transmission 6-speed automatic
Drivetrain 4×4
Vehicle type / Category
Vehicle type SUV
Category Mid-size luxury SUV
Assembly Tahara, JP
Generation 2
Fuel efficiency / Autonomy
City 16.2 L/100km
Highway 12.3 L/100km
Combined 14.5 L/100km
Autonomy 600 km
CO₂ emissions 337 g/km
Equipment
Sunroof standard
Heated front seats standard
Heated rear seats standard
Heated steering wheel standard
Ventilated front seats standard
Surround-view camera standard
Smart key standard
Blindspot detection standard
Forward collision warning standard
Autonomous emergency braking standard
Lane departure warning standard
Adaptive cruise control standard
GPS standard
Infotainment
Sirius XM standard
Steering / Suspension / Brakes / Tires
Steering rack and pinion, electro-hydraulic assist
Front suspension independent, double wishbones
Rear suspension live axle, multi-link, pneumatic
Front brakes Disc (ABS)
Rear brakes Disc (ABS)
Front tires P265/60R18
Rear tires P265/60R18
Safety
Seat belts 7
Dimensions / Weight
Length 4,804 mm (189″)
Width 1,885 mm (74″)
Height 1,875 mm (74″)
Wheelbase 2,790 mm (110″)
Weight 2,349 kg (5,179 lb)
Capacities
Passengers 7
Trunk between 328 l and 1,833 l
Fuel tank 87 l (19 gal)
Towing capacity 2,948 kg (6,499 lb)
Performance
Power to weight ratio 95.6 W/kg
0-100 km/h 9.2 s
80-120 km/h 7.1 s
Top speed 177 km/h (110 mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance 42 m
Warranty
Base warranty 4 years/80,000 km
Powertrain warranty 6 years/110,000 km
The Car Guide rating
Fuel economy 2/10
Reliability 9/10
Safety 4/10
Infotainment 3/10
Driving 3/10
Overall 6/10
Average 48%(view ratings)

2021 Lexus GX 460 Weight

Depending on trim level the 2021 Lexus GX 460 weighs between 5130 and 5198 lbs. See the table below for your trim level.

2021 Lexus GX 460 Weight Table
Trim Package Engine Weight (imperial) Weight (metric)
4WD 4.6L 5130 lbs 2331 kg
Luxury 4WD 4.6L 5198 lbs 2362 kg
Premium 4WD 4.6L 5130 lbs 2331 kg

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Dimensions & Weight

  • Exterior

    • Length 4780
    • Width 1880
    • Height 1895
    • Track, Front 1575
    • Track, Rear 1575
    • Wheel Base 2789 mm
  • Interior

    • Head Room, Front 1021
    • Head Room, Rear 1016
    • Head Room, Third Row
    • Leg Room, Front 1062
    • Leg Room, Rear 934
    • Leg Room, Third Row 632
    • Shoulder Room, Front 1460 mm
    • Shoulder Room, Rear 1458 mm
    • Shoulder Room, Third Row 1440 mm

Verdict: 🏁Is the 2022 Lexus GX a Good SUV?

The vast majority of luxury SUV buyers won't look twice at the Lexus GX. It's an automotive oddity built for buyers who value reliability, ruggedness, and old-school feel over all other attributes but also demand some luxury. These buyers are loyal, which is why Lexus continues to sell the GX in surprisingly high volumes without making any significant updates to it. We see potential buyers as Wrangler or 4Runner owners who are now aging out of the extreme off-road phase of their life, and now want a vehicle that feels cushier on the road without stepping down to a car-based crossover with limited capability. For this specific buyer, the GX is perfect.

The GX is vastly different from other midsize competitors like the Acura MDX, Land Rover Discovery and Defender, and even its own sibling, the Lexus RX. Very few vehicles, especially luxury-branded ones, offer a body-on-frame chassis, a V8 engine, and impressive towing capabilities. So long as you can restrain yourself on options and trim levels, the GX represents a remarkable bargain in the $60,000 range, where its competition from Land Rover will feel spartan. Toss in one of the most proven track records amongst the fabled reliable Lexus brand, and the GX is the type of vehicle you buy in preparation for retirement to hand down to your children or grandchildren. As you'd expect of a Lexus, the GX feels built to last forever.

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  • Car Classification

    • American Classification Mid-Size SUV
    • British Classification Large 4×4
    • Australian Classification Large SUV
    • European Segment J-Segment
    • Classification Large SUV

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