The Lexus LX 570 is the biggest offering in the automaker's lineup, and its ability to carry eight passengers, all their cargo, and tow a boat or camper behind makes it that much more appealing. Not only can the full-size luxury SUV carry more than its fair share, the LX 570 also holds its resale value as well.
A luxurious brute, the LX 570 relies on power from a 5.7-liter V8 engine and is rated at 383 horsepower and 403 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission is responsible for rowing through the gears. This combination is good for 12 city/17 highway/14 mpg combined and features a 24.6 gallon fuel tank. With a towing capacity of 7,000 pounds (when equipped properly), the LX 570 has more than enough muscle to haul whatever your weekend entails.
Inside, the LX 570 is slathered in leather and wood trimmings while a laundry list of optional features up the luxurious ante even more. The optional dual-screen DVD rear-seat entertainment system ($2,005) will keep the kids quiet on long rides, too. If even thinking about parking a vehicle the size of the LX 570 makes you feel uneasy, the optional Wide-View Front and Side Monitor System with Intuitive Parking Assist ($1,000) should help.
The 2015 Lexus LX 570 starts at $82,930 and brings a whole lot of luxury and ability along for the money. Besides its ability to hold a high resale value, the LX 570 will escort larger families together on countless memorable vacations.
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