• B
  • June 25, 2012
Disappointing. The GX is already 3 years old and looks dated.
  • W
  • June 25, 2012
Look for a refresh this winter.
  • B
  • June 25, 2012
Lexus' weakest model. BD
  • C
  • June 25, 2012
#smh lexus. It looks like Akio and Mark put their  'A' team on the LFA,GS,ES, upcoming IS, LS. 'B' team on the RX. Then left the 'D' team to work on the GX, LX. Most neglected boring line of luxury SUV in the market (GX-LX). The rest of the luxury competitors have a ton of people in the age group of 25-38 driving their big SUV, fact I see this all over silicon valley. Mean while all I see driving the GX-LX are a bunch of old ass people. 
  • K
    Khristian Rodriguez
  • June 25, 2012
You guys are forgetting that it's just a refresh. The RX, GX, and LX are all due for re-designs in the next couple of years.  The GX might be axed all completely if they announce a smaller cuv below the RX.  The GX might come back a la pathfinder as a true CUV instead of a 4runner. LX needs to be it's own platform no more LC. 
  • E
  • June 26, 2012
Biggest clue that this is (thankfully) going to get replaced sooner than later is that it won't receive the new grille or the new Lexus Enform App suite and updated navigation/radio system. This GX disappointed me from day one. Even though it drives very well, it's just doesn't compare to the competition when it comes to style and packaging. I do like the idea of it being a true off-road capable SUV, but it still falls short of the capabilities of its competitors.
hideous ! why can it be 2004 model much more classy
  • G
  • September 19, 2012
It needs bigger wheels. The 4Runner Ltd comes with 20" rims (ugly), but the GX only comes with 18"? Its also getting too expensive, no wonder everybody's buying the RX.