By Matt Schmitz on February 5, 2014
Beyond its massive, newfangled spindle grille, the restyled 2014 Lexus GX 460 feels like a big SUV from a bygone era — and not necessarily in a good way. That old-school aura extends to the luxury SUV's handling, interior and fuel economy, Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley says. An updated multimedia touch-screen is one bright spot in a cabin dominated by outdated trim, and cargo space is thin behind the cramped third row. Still, nobody in the first two rows will complain of discomfort from their cushy leather thrones. Watch the video.