We've reported before on the 2010 Lexus GX 460 and its recall woes. After it performed poorly in tests by Consumer Reports magazine, the mag slapped it's "don't buy" label on the GX because its antiskid system was slow to kick in under lift-throttle cornering conditions, which meant the risk of rollover was unusually high.
Well, Toyota set about fixing that issue, stopping sales of the GX and recalling those already sold. Now that the company has updated software, the GX has passed CR's test and the magazine has released the GX from the "don't buy" curse.
Additionally, Toyota released a video showing the difference between the old system and the upgraded system. Take a look below.