As you might expect, the Lexus GX 460 comes with nearly all the traditional luxury and comfort features standard. What you opt up—especially on the Premium Grade model—are the rich technology, entertainment, and information features, like 330-watt Mark Levinson surround sound, a rear seat entertainment system, Intuitive Park Assist, and the aforementioned safety-tech package. Lexus' navigation system is now packaged with Enform, which offers a suite of services delivering weather, stock quotes, and sports scores, among other things, plus a Destination Assist service that allows a remote operator to input program your nav system.
Car and Driver: "the available Mark Levinson sound system is a thing of auditory beauty"Car and Driver: Motor Trend: "the optional wide-view front and side monitor, which displays in the 8.0-inch touchscreen nav, uses cameras in the grille and under the passenger-side mirror to aid parking."
MotherProof: "the steering wheel warmed up and was just as comforting as wrapping my hands around a cup of cocoa"
Autoblog: “The center console is roomy and features split adjustable armrests, standard USB/iPod ports, as well as suspension settings and crawl control switches on vehicles so-equipped.”
Car and Driver: "add in all the gadgets, navigation, and a rear-seat entertainment system, and the price balloons close to $70,000"
MotherProof: "My biggest complaint about the GX — something that’d be a total deal-breaker for me — is its swing gate cargo door. What?!"