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The 2015 Lexus GX 460 returns with minimal changes but an important one if you own an iPhone: The Lexus SUV now comes with Siri Eyes Free, which enables enhanced voice-control operation of the Apple device. Slacker streaming audio is also added to the Enform App suite.
Cresting the halfway point of its current lifecycle, the Lexus GX sees a number of changes for 2014. Highlights include a larger 8-inch touch-screen display (up from seven inches), Lexus' 8th-generation infotainment system, standard LED headlights, a newly available blind-spot monitoring system, and revised front and rear bodywork.
The 2015 Lexus GX 460 has a personality that makes it stand apart from most 3-row luxury SUVs. Actually it's more like a split personality that embodies the plush accommodations associated with every Lexus, and the 4-wheel-drive capability to venture where few of its peers would dare. While rivals such as the BMW X5, Acura MDX, Infiniti QX60 and Audi Q7 are tailored for sedan-like on-road performance, the V8-powered Lexus GX has truck-like construction for excellent off-road performance. That makes the GX somewhat of a compromise in the city, where its ride is less forgiving. But for adventure seekers looking for a 7-passenger SUV that's luxurious and rugged – not to mention reliable and a resale champ – the Lexus GX is among the last and best of its kind.