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By Cars.com Staff
February 13, 2012
Lexus spruces up the LX 570 luxury SUV for 2013 with new front styling to match the look seen on other Lexus cars, plus adds technology on the inside with its latest Enform suite of applications. The LX 570 is the luxury brand's largest and priciest SUV. It seats eight and competes with other large SUVs like the Infiniti QX56, Mercedes-Benz ML-Class and Cadillac Escalade.Exterior The 2013 LX 570 wears new front styling similar to the redesigned 2013 Lexus GS sedan and 2012 Lexus CT 200h. The grille is called the "spindle" in Lexus terminology, but it looks like an hourglass and brings new lighting options along with it. The headlamps are a new design and now feature LED daytime running lamps. Lexus also updated the rear with a revised bumper, taillights and trailer hitch cover. Exterior features include:
Standard high-intensity-discharge headlights
Standard adaptive headlights with pop-up headlight washers
20-inch, five-spoke wheels
Standard heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals
Interior Not much has changed to the interior's overall style, but new gadgets are added. A larger information display in the gauge cluster shows digital readouts of speed, navigation directions, terrain mode and steering-wheel angle. A new multimedia system is added with the latest generation of Lexus Enform, which allows users to connect to applications like Pandora internet radio, OpenTable or MovieTickets.com through a paired smartphone. Interior features include:
Standard navigation system with Bluetooth phone connectivity (and streaming audio) and Lexus Enform
Standard auxiliary and USB/iPod inputs
Standard first-aid kit
Available air-conditioned seats, heated second row and heated steering wheel
Available pre-collision system with dynamic cruise control
Available dual-screen rear entertainment system
Under the Hood Mechanical features include:
383 hp and 403 pounds-feet of torque
Zero to 60 mph in 7.5 seconds
Gas mileage of 12/18 mpg city/highway
Full-time four-wheel drive
Towing capacity is 7,000 pounds
Standard crawl and trailer-sway control
Safety Standard safety features include:
Active head restraints
Side curtain airbags for all three rows
Seat-mounted side-impact airbags for the outboard second-row passengers
Front occupant knee airbags
Front and side-impact airbags
Electronic stability system
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