Best Vehicle Ever
Nicest most comfortable vehicle I have ever driven. Had a GX470, sold it and got into an RX, big mistake, quickly upgraded to a GX460. I am a forever GX fan.
Best all-around Car
The GX 460 is a great family car that provides a third row and great leg room. The gas mileage is dismal at a 15 mpg average, but the growl the car makes when you start it almost makes it worth it.
One of the nicest cars I have driven
I loved the ride and the luxury. I think some cars have more bells and whistles, but the GX460 is built for comfort and pampering.
Just what I was looking for, comfortable, spacious
Outstanding vehicle overall, comfortable, spacious, versatile and one of the best looking SUVs out there. Engine is powerful, transmission shifts like butter and the ride is solid but very comfortable. Makes potholes disappear. Towing capacity is 6500 pounds and off-road capability is as good or better than anything in it's class.
Nice luxury SUV vehicle
Nice large SUV. Superior reliability. Lacks some general technology that competitive platforms have had for years. Very surprised Lexus is missing some of these features.
My favorite suv
This car met all of my needs. It has plenty of space, very comfortable, and great features such as blind spot monitoring, park assist , heated and cooled seats and heated steering wheel.
Upgraded my GX460
This vehicle is amazing. I previously owned 2013 GX460 but I love the enhanced features of the 2015 compared to the 2013 model. The rear camera on the 2013 does not warn you of being close. The 2015 beeps it also lights up when a vehicle gets close to your vehicle.
Great vehicle for our needs.
This is a very comfortable vehicle for the two of us and our grandchildren. Rides well for a four wheel drive vehicle. It does get bad gas mileage, but we knew that when we bought it.
Roomy. Met my expectations. Love the interior. Worth the price. Comfortable and smooth drive. Soft leather.
Great Workhouse Vehicle
I bought this vehicle specifically as a work vehicle in my real estate career. I looked at the RX350, but realized I needed a vehicle that could seat seven. Although this is a truck based SUV, I've been very impressed with the ride quality. It's quiet and compliant on the road, even more so than my '16 Lexus RC350. The touchscreen is far better in function than the mousepad I have to use on my RC. The only downside to the SUV is you have to use the touchscreen display to adjust climate fan control. There are no physical buttons, which i find odd for a Lexus product.