The new Lexus GX represents a significant upgrade for the long-running luxury off-roader, bringing more changes than we’ve seen for the SUV to date. 2024 Lexus GX pricing was just released. The SUV is expected to land early next year, and the dollar amounts are likely a bit steeper than most had hoped.
The base GX 550 Premium starts at $64,250, and the Luxury trim starts at $77,250. Stepping up to the “+” versions of the base trim adds $5,000, and the Luxury+ adds $4,000 to the price. The new, range-topping Overtrail trim starts at $69,250 and the Overtrail+ at $77,250. All models get a $1,350 destination fee tacked on at the bottom line. The “+” variants add features like memory seating and ambient interior lighting to each trim, though some upgrades are more dramatic than others.
Though a hybrid will be available later, the first 2024 GX SUVs come standard with a twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter V6 making 349 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, improvements on both figures from the outgoing V8. It’s paired with a ten-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive, and towing capacity has climbed to 8,000 pounds for 2024.
The Overtrail brings several off-road upgrades, but the standard SUV is quite capable. It gets a Torsen limited-slip differential and great ground clearance. The Overtrail adds an electronic kinetic suspension system, an electronically locking rear differential, and more.
Inside, Lexus equips a 14-inch touchscreen with cloud navigation, a voice assistant, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, remote app features, Lexus Safety System 3.0, and more. A head-up display and a Mark Levinson stereo are available. Lexus Safety System brings several features, including forward collision warnings, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist and lane departure alerts, adaptive cruise control, and more. The new GX hasn’t received crash testing yet, but it should perform better than its predecessor in all regards.