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$23,846 - $41,995
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The 2011 Lexus GX 460 isn't green at all, and has a strong thirst for premium gasoline.
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15 mpg city, 20 highway

thirsty at the pump; I achieved 16 mpg in mixed driving
MSN Autos

averaged 15.9 mpg with slightly more city driving than highway use
Consumer Guide

The Lexus GX got a new engine last year, bringing significant improvements in fuel economy. The 2011 GX 460 is better on gas than some of its V-8 rivals, but at 15 mpg city, 20 highway it's still quite the guzzler, and near the bottom of the scale among all vehicles. And to add to the impact of the fuel bills, premium (91 octane or higher) gasoline is required.

But there is a positive note: In real-world driving, over several separate driving experiences, we've managed to meet or beat those EPA ratings, and averaged about 19 mpg overall in mixed-condition driving.


The 2011 Lexus GX 460 isn't green at all, and has a strong thirst for premium gasoline.

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