We have great news for everyone who loved the 2023 Lexus LX 600: it’s back for 2024, and nothing has changed for the new model year
In these inflationary times, we tend to expect that every vehicle on the dealer lot will go up in price with the turnover of a new model year. Lexus has defied that expectation, keeping the price of the 2024 LX 600 identical to that of the 2023 model, down to the penny.
As they did in 2023, prices for the 2024 LX 600 open at $89,165 (all prices include delivery fee of $1,350, which is also the same as it was last year). The price list tops out at $129,255 for the LX 600 Ultra Luxury, which adds more comfort and tech for rear seat passengers.
For 2024, the LX 600 will be offered with five interior color options, namely Palomino, White/Peppercorn, Circuit Red, Black, and Sunflare, all of which are carryovers from 2023. Customers will be able to choose from seven paint options in total outside: Atomic Silver, Nori Green Pearl, and Caviar are standard, while Eminent White Pearl and Manganese Luster will add $595 to the price of the SUV. Those who opt for the LX 600 F Sport Handling trim, which starts at $103,375, they will also be able to choose the Black Onyx and Ultra White paints.
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It won’t surprise you to learn that the engine under the hood is also familiar. A 3.4-liter twin turbocharged V6, it makes 409 hp (305 kW/415 PS) and 479 lb-ft (649 Nm) of torque. That torque is generated over a wide range of revs to help the SUV scramble over off-road terrain, when that is necessary.
The engine is connected to Toyota’s Direct Shift 10-speed automatic transmission. It combines a torque converter for smooth, luxurious startups, with a lockup that provides direct-feeling shifts and more connection at higher speeds. Meanwhile, the 10 gears help it run comfortable whether it’s on the trail or the highway.
The F Sport Handling package continues to offer buyers 22-inch forged aluminum wheels, an F mesh spindle grille, and other design improvements. It also gets uniquely tuned front and rear performance dampers, a Torsen limited slip differential, and special suspension tuning for better driving dynamics.
Inside, the LX 600 continues to use a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, paired to another seven-inch screen below it. Thanks to its voice assistant, Lexus claims that the system can be used without the driver ever needing to look away from the road or touch anything.
Lexus says that the 2024 LX 600 will go on sale at the end of 2023.