The most expensive 2022 Lexus LX will start at $126,000

As we all know, the new Toyota Land Cruiser isn't coming to the US, but at least fans of Toyota's SUVs can opt for the fourth-generation Lexus LX. If you're still interested in retail prices, don't wait any longer.  Japanese luxury automakers have finally announced pricing and model lines for the 2022 LX. For the 2022 model, you can choose from five of the widest trim levels ever. The cheapest LX is $86,900, not including destination fees. On the other hand, the most expensive version sells for $126,000. The destination fee for all models is $1,345.  The LX line begins with the LX600 and comes standard with full-time four-wheel drive and a Lexus +2.5 safety system. Moving up a notch is the LX600 Premium, which can be purchased for $95,000. The premium trim adds additional rows of seats, hands-free tailgate operation, and adaptive suspension. The mid-spec model of the LX series is the F Sport Handling Edition. This $101,000 model has a touch of unique styling in addition to underbody tweaks specially designed for this model. These include F Sport suspension setups, a limited-slip differential, performance shock absorbers, and a rear stabilizer bar.  But if F Sport handling isn't your thing, consider the LX Luxury Edition. Models start at $103,000 and feature semi-aniline leather upholstery, 22-inch alloy wheels, and a 25-speaker Mark Levinson surround sound system. Other helpful features include rear-hinged, ventilated second-row seats and power-folding third-row seats.  At the top of the range is the LX600 Ultra Luxury, with a base price of $126,000. As a result, you lose the seats in the third row and the benches in the second row. Instead there are a couple of captain's chairs, on the right is the Ottoman Empire of Power. It also has a rear center console equipped with a drop down table, a rear entertainment system and a massager as standard equipment.  All 2022LX models use a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission and a full-time four-wheel drive system with Multi-Terrain Select.

As we all know, the new Toyota Land Cruiser isn't coming to the US, but at least fans of Toyota's SUVs can opt for the fourth-generation Lexus LX. If you're still interested in retail prices, don't wait any longer.

Japanese luxury automakers have finally announced pricing and model lines for the 2022 LX. For the 2022 model, you can choose from five of the widest trim levels ever. The cheapest LX is $86,900, not including destination fees. On the other hand, the most expensive version sells for $126,000. The destination fee for all models is $1,345.

The LX line begins with the LX600 and comes standard with full-time four-wheel drive and a Lexus +2.5 safety system. Moving up a notch is the LX600 Premium, which can be purchased for $95,000. The premium trim adds additional rows of seats, hands-free tailgate operation, and adaptive suspension.

 The mid-spec model of the LX series is the F Sport Handling Edition. This $101,000 model has a touch of unique styling in addition to underbody tweaks specially designed for this model. These include F Sport suspension setups, a limited-slip differential, performance shock absorbers, and a rear stabilizer bar.

But if F Sport handling isn't your thing, consider the LX Luxury Edition. Models start at $103,000 and feature semi-aniline leather upholstery, 22-inch alloy wheels, and a 25-speaker Mark Levinson surround sound system. Other helpful features include rear-hinged, ventilated second-row seats and power-folding third-row seats.

At the top of the range is the LX600 Ultra Luxury, with a base price of $126,000. As a result, you lose the seats in the third row and the benches in the second row. Instead there are a couple of captain's chairs, on the right is the Ottoman Empire of Power. It also has a rear center console equipped with a drop down table, a rear entertainment system and a massager as standard equipment.


All 2022LX models use a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission and a full-time four-wheel drive system with Multi-Terrain Select.

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