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Best all around car I have owned
by LX 470 Review from Ellicott City, MD | September 11, 2013
With a family of 4 and soon to be 5, and mini vans not being an option, I bought my first LX in 2004 and have owned 3 over the past 9 years. Excellent reliability having driven over 100k miles in the first 2. Gas mileage is non existent but it is worth all the amenities. No ful sized SUV comes close in terms of reliability, amenities, and overall value.