The LX 570 brings a soft luxury sheen to serious truck-based underpinnings, but its fuel economy is among the lowest of any vehicle in its class, or any vehicle on the market, at 12 mpg city, 18 highway. That puts it near the top of the EPA's Carbon Footprint scale, and—based on our assumption that the majority of energy used during a vehicle's service life will be used through the tailpipe—makes it one of the least green choices you could make.
It's a little hard to believe that such an overt gas guzzler is produced by the same company that makes vehicles like the Toyota Prius and the Lexus CT 200h, but the automaker is, arguably, covering all aspects of the market.
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