• Same exterior as three-row versions
  • Standard 20-inch alloy wheels
  • Split tailgate for easy access
  • Sharp, angular styling
  • Lots of shiny metal trim
  • Five seats total
  • Cargo room increased to 50.5 cubic feet
  • Analog clock in the dash makes it ritzy
  • 3-inch screen for infotainment
  • Top-shelf materials used thoughout
  • 7-liter V-8 making 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Selectable low-range setting
  • Full-time 4WD
  • Locking Torsen differential
  • Active Traction Control
  • Body-on-frame construction
  • Adaptive suspension system
  • Multiple drive modes, including off-roading

When eight becomes five

First hitting the market in January of 1996, the Lexus LX nameplate has evolved through three separate generations over the years, with the latest J200 iteration arriving in 2007. Based heavily on the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Lexus LX is the premium Japanese brand’s take on full-size luxury SUV transport, comfortably seating up to eight passengers and offering a good deal of capability if road conditions are less than ideal. However, according to Lexus, “some customers indicated they did not use the third row and expressed a preference for more interior cargo space,” and as a result, the 2018 model year gets a bit of switch-up in the cabin. Introduced as the LX 570 at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, the third-row bench was tossed to accommodate more junk in the trunk, all while keeping the same capability and comfort found in the LX’s eight-seater counterparts.

Lexus says the LX 570 is aimed at “smaller families, empty nesters and multiple-vehicle households, [customers who] are more likely to travel with fewer passengers but more carry-on gear. Among the activities they enjoy are skiing, cycling, kayaking, and golf, along with such hobbies as nature photography and antique collecting. Some also wanted more versatility for carrying their dogs.” So – does the LX really work better with fewer seats and more cargo?

Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Lexus LX 570.

  • 2018 Lexus LX 570
  • Year:
    2018
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    V8
  • Transmission:
    eight-speed automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    383
  • Torque @ RPM:
    403
  • Displacement:
    5.7 L
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph
  • Price:
  • car segment:
  • size:
  • Purpose:
  • body style:
  • Overall:
    7.2/10

Exterior

- * Same exterior as three-row versions
- * Standard 20-inch alloy wheels
- * Split tailgate for easy access
- * Sharp, angular styling
- * Lots of shiny metal trim

2018 Lexus LX 570 Exterior
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Same exterior as three-row versions
In terms of aesthetic and exterior styling, the two-row 2018 Lexus LX looks no different than its three-row alternative

In terms of aesthetic and exterior styling, the two-row 2018 Lexus LX looks no different than its three-row alternative. The angles and lines are all quite crisp, with sharp features that give it a futuristic vibe standing in opposition to the more understated competitors from Europe. The stance is big and bold, looking very much like a proper SUV should. The proportions are beefy and muscular, easily commanding a prominent position on the road.

Up front, the Lexus LX 570 gets the brand’s characteristic Spindle grille, with an hourglass shape fitted with a series of horizontal bars and outlined in satin chrome trim. The grille leads down to polished underbody protection on the nose, while polished L-shaped metal marks the corners of the bumper. Higher up you’ll find the triple-beam LED headlights, which also get L-shaped features that underline the housings. Additional muscle lines run along the hood.

2018 Lexus LX 570 Exterior
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Standard 20-inch alloy wheels
Moving to the sides, we find standard with 20-inch alloy wheels, with a polished split five-spoke design that actually looks a bit small tucked under the large fenders and raised suspension.

Moving to the sides, we find standard with 20-inch alloy wheels, with a polished split five-spoke design that actually looks a bit small tucked under the large fenders and raised suspension. The roofline is long and flat, while further polished metal was added to the door handles and window surrounds. A lower step-up along the side skirts helps with ingress and egress.

In back, there’s a trailing edge roof spoiler, as well as a split tailgate (more on that in a bit). The taillights wrap around into the rear quarter panels and get more of that previously mentioned polished metal trim, complemented by a horizontal strip of the stuff along the middle of the tailgate. Black rubber protects the bumper while loading and unloading.

Finally, the two-row 2018 Lexus LX 570 comes standard with a roof rack and roof rails, just like the three-row equivalent.

Interior

- * Five seats total
- * Cargo room increased to 50.5 cubic feet
- * Analog clock in the dash makes it ritzy
- * 12.3-inch screen for infotainment
- * Top-shelf materials used thoughout

2018 Lexus LX 570 Interior
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If it wasn’t abundantly obvious at this point, the 2018 Lexus LX 570’s primary focus is on enhancing rear cargo room

If it wasn’t abundantly obvious at this point, the 2018 Lexus LX 570’s primary focus is on enhancing rear cargo room. As such, the model used to sit up to eight passengers, but now ditches the third row in the name of more space for stuff. By cutting the third row, the SUV’s interior cargo room expands to 50.5 cubic feet behind the second row, up from the three-row’s 44.7 cubic feet, which means an additional 5.8 cubic feet total.

Complementing the increase is a split feature for the second row, which can be divided into 40/20/40 proportions for greater utilization of that increased rear room. There’s also a power-slide feature for the rear bench, allowing it to move either backwards or forwards by as much 3.5 inches. The split rear tailgate rounds it off in the practicality department, and includes a powered upper door portion for easier opening and closing functionality.

2018 Lexus LX 570 Interior
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And while the rear bench is gone, the Lexus LX 570 still has space for five passengers to sit in comfort, with the two-row model packing the same standard gear as the three-row model.

And while the rear bench is gone, the Lexus LX 570 still has space for five passengers to sit in comfort, with the two-row model packing the same standard gear as the three-row model. Standard spec throws in oodles of leather upholstery, plus a three-spoke steering wheel trimmed with wood. Upping the swank factor is an analog clock mounted in the dash, which looks particularly slick set in an aluminum ingot and marked by LED indicators.

Drivers settle into a 14-way power adjustable captain’s seat with dual-function lumbar and cushion extender, while front-seated passengers get a 12-way power seat with lumbar adjustment. Climbing aboard is made a bit easier thanks to an automatic retracting and extending steering wheel.

2018 Lexus LX 570 Interior
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Climbing aboard is made a bit easier thanks to an automatic retracting and extending steering wheel.

Keeping it comfy is four-zone automatic climate control, while a moonroof lets in additional ambient lighting. Drivers assist features include Intuitive Park Assist and Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, plus a Panoramic View monitor with front, rear, and side views that’s good for tight parking and hitching up a trailer.

Handling the infotainment front is a 12.3-inch screen with a Remote Touch Interface for operation of the climate control, audio system, phone features, navigation, and the like. The GPS-based navigation will also self-adjust based on the current time zone you’re driving through, while Siri Eyes Free support keeps the driver’s attention in the right spot. Further features include iPod and USB connectivity, HD Radio with iTunes tagging, Bluetooth music streaming, and even a CD player. A Lexus Premium Audio system makes the music.

2018 Lexus LX 570 Interior
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Analog clock in the dash makes it ritzy
Handling the infotainment front is a 12.3-inch screen with a Remote Touch Interface for operation of the climate control, audio system, phone features, navigation, and the like.

Lexus is also offering a suite of subscription services, starting with Lexus Enform Safety Connect and Lexus Service Connect, which are provided free of charge for the first 10 years or ownership. These give owners 24-hour emergency calling, while also intermittingly informing owners about the SUV’s various service needs throughout its lifecycle. They also can be used to control certain vehicle features, such as remote door lock and unlock, remote engine start and stop, and remote climate control, plus there’s a vehicle finder, and a guest driver monitor. Finally, the Lexus Enform App Suite offers voice-enabled apps, Internet searches, music streaming, and fuel price checks. Pandora, iHeartRadio, Slacker, and Yelp are all on board.

Keeping it safe is a system of 10 airbags, plus the standard Lexus Safety System+
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert, intelligent High-Beam headlights, All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and Brake Assist.

Drivetrain

- * 5.7-liter V-8 making 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque
- * Eight-speed automatic transmission
- * Selectable low-range setting
- * Full-time 4WD
- * Locking Torsen differential
- * Active Traction Control

2018 Lexus LX 570 Drivetrain
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Behind that enormous spindle grille in the nose is a 5.7-liter V-8, which produces as much as 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque with the right pedal depressed

Behind that enormous spindle grille in the nose is a 5.7-liter V-8, which produces as much as 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque with the right pedal depressed. Roughly 90 percent of the V-8’s peak torque is created at a relatively low 2,200 rpm, which makes this SUV a pretty good choice for towing, especially when you consider it’s rated at a 7,000-pound capacity, and the fact it comes with an integrated tow hitch receiver too.

Handling the cog swaps is an electronically controlled eight-speed automatic transmission, which features stuff like adaptive shift tech and a selectable low range well-suited to rough conditions.

2018 Lexus LX 570 Drivetrain
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Full-time 4WD
Putting the power down is a full-time 4WD system, which sports a Torsen limited-slip locking center differential for high levels of grip

Putting the power down is a full-time 4WD system, which sports a Torsen limited-slip locking center differential for high levels of grip. In routine driving, torque is split in a 40:60 ratio front to back. Drivers can also lock the diff manually for off-roading activities, if desired.

Four-wheel Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) keeps the grip wherever possible. There’s also a Multi-Terrain Select system for a customized response, whatever the conditions or terrain might be. Drivers can choose between custom modes like Rock, Rock and Dirt, Mogul, Loose Rock, and Mud and Sand.

Drivetrain Specfications

Engine Type, Materials 5.7-liter V8
Designation 3UR-FE
Valvetrain DOHC 32-valve with Dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i)
Displacement 345.6 cu. in. / 5,663 cm3
Bore x Stroke 3.70 in. x 4.02 in.
Compression Ratio 10.2:1
Horsepower (SAE) 383 HP @ 5,600 RPM
Torque 403 LB-FT @ 3,600 RPM
Maximum Engine Speed (redline) 6,000 rpm
Fuel System Sequential Multi-port Fuel Injection (SFI)
Fuel Requirement Performance numbers achieved with 91-octane unleaded fuel
Emission Certification Ultra Low Emission Vehicle/ Tier 2 - Bin 5
Layout Front engine, full-time four wheel drive AWD
Transmission Type 8-speed automatic, sequential-shift Electronically Controlled Transmission (ECT)

Chassis And Handling

- * Body-on-frame construction
- * Adaptive suspension system
- * Multiple drive modes, including off-roading

2018 Lexus LX 570 Drivetrain
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Locking Torsen differential
The LX offers surprisingly solid stuff when it comes to capability off-road.

One of the LX 570’s biggest strengths is what it’s got going under the skin. Boasting a welded unitized body attached to a separate box-section ladder frame, the LX offers surprisingly solid stuff when it comes to capability off-road.

Complementing the body-on-frame construction is an Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) system, which continually adjusts damping rates to maximize grip over uneven terrain and bumpy roads. It also offers Active Height Control that can lower the entire vehicle by 3 inches, once again aiding ingress and egress.

Further tunability is provided by the selectable drive modes, which can adjust the powertrain and suspension for either more comfort or more serious driving. Selections are made via the Drive Mode Select dial in the center console.

Further electronic features include Crawl Control with Turn Assist, Hill-start Assist Control, Variable Gear Ratio Steering, and Multi-terrain Anti-lock brakes for better stopping power on a variety of surfaces. Tires sized at 285/50 meet the road.

Prices

2018 Lexus LX 570 Exterior
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Lots of shiny metal trim

Pricing for the 2018 Lexus LX 570 starts at $84,980, undercutting the three-row model year by nearly $5,000. However, customers are limited to just a single spec trim level, but can still choose their preferred color for the exterior body panels and interior upholstery.

Lexus also offers a warranty that includes 48 months/50,000 miles basic limited coverage, with roadside assistance for 48 months/unlimited miles. There’s also 72 months/70,000 miles powertrain and restraint system coverage, and 72 months corrosion perforation protection coverage with unlimited miles.

Competition

Land Rover Range Rover

2018 Land Rover Range Rover Exterior
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Recently updated with slightly revised exterior styling, new interior technology, and even the option for a new plug-in hybrid powertrain, the Land Rover Range Rover maintains its position as one of the best off-road-capable luxury SUVs on the market. Acres of hide upholstery and several trees-worth of wood trim deck out the ritzy interior, while under the hood, customers can have theirs with a V-6, V-8, or that aforementioned hybrid four-banger.

Read our full review on the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover.

Cadillac Escalade

2015 Cadillac Escalade High Resolution Exterior
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If you’re looking for a luxury SUV with a definitive American flavor to it, then the Escalade is one good option. Bling is big on this thing, with shiny details from tip to tail, while inside, there’s an equal amount of cushiness. There’s also seating for eight, but if you absolutely must have the most amount of cargo space available, go for the long wheelbase ESV for its extra 25 cubic feet in back. As much as 420 horsepower hits the ground through standard RWD, while AWD is optional.

Read our full review on the 2017 Cadillac Escalade.

Conclusion

2018 Lexus LX 570 Exterior
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Body-on-frame construction

When you break it down, the new two-row LX 570 ditches three rear seats in order to gain a little under 6 cubic feet of cargo space, plus the convenience of not raising and lowering that third row when stuffing the trunk with stuff. And to some folks, that will surely make a lot of sense. It makes sense to Lexus as well, as the LX is the biggest and most expensive SUV its got, so why not open it up to more customers with a few new variants?

That said, we’re not convinced the extra space is worth ditching the rear bench. If maximizing rear cargo room is really a major concern, models like the Cadillac ESV offer more, all without throwing out the third row. The Caddy costs less as well, and comes with more options.

Really then, the two-row LX is for a niche group of Lexus faithful who love their big SUV, but think they’ll never ever use all eight seats. At the end of the day, it’s about the idea of what a vehicle like this could do, even if the reality is probably much more mundane.

  • Leave it
    • * Not gaining a lot by deleting the third row
    • * Limited options
    • * Several other alternatives already on the market

References

Lexus LX

2016 Lexus LX 570 High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the 2017 Lexus LX570.

2017 Los Angeles Auto Show – Visitor's Guide
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Read more 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show news.

Press release

Less will certainly mean more to some Lexus LX 570 customers for 2018, as the brand augments the traditional three-row model with a new two-row version designed to carry more cargo for any adventure while pampering five people onboard. With a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $84,980*, a new mono-spec trim level gives customers added value and the luxury of simply choosing exterior and interior colors.

For more than two decades, the full-capability Lexus LX has excelled at combining authentic, rugged go-anywhere capability and high towing capacity with the brand’s renowned luxury and smooth on-road demeanor. Until now, the LX has been offered exclusively as a three-row luxury utility vehicle with seating for up to eight. When some customers indicated they did not use the third row and expressed a preference for more interior cargo space, Lexus responded.

Such customers, including smaller families, empty nesters and multiple-vehicle households, are more likely to travel with fewer passengers but more carry-on gear. Among the activities they enjoy are skiing, cycling, kayaking and golf, along with such hobbies as nature photography and antique collecting. Some also wanted more versatility for carrying their dogs.

Without the third row seat, the new LX 570 two-row model offers 50.5 cu. ft. of carrying space behind the middle row, versus 44.7 cu. ft. for the three-row model. For added versatility, the LX 570 two-row features a standard roof rack with rails.

One Comprehensive Trim Level

Lexus will offer the new 2018 LX 570 two-row model in a mono-spec trim level, a change that enhances customer value by making ordering a vehicle as easy as choosing the exterior and interior colors. The two-row model features the same standard luxury equipment as in the three-row model, including leather-trimmed interior, four-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, moonroof and 20-inch wheels.

Standard Intuitive Park Assist and Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert helps to enhance visibility in a variety of situations where the driver might not be able to see potential hazards. The standard Panoramic View Monitor gives the driver “extra eyes” where it’s impossible to see, viewing the surrounding terrain when off-roading and helping view the area around the vehicle (sides, front and rear) when maneuvering in tight spaces. The camera projects the image to the 12.3-inch Navigation screen, which can show several view combinations to help aid the driver. The system makes an invaluable assistant when hitching and maneuvering a trailer.

With Lexus Enform Remote (complimentary for the first year of ownership), the LX 570 owner can remotely view and control certain aspects of the vehicle using a mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The app can lock or unlock the doors, remote-start or stop the engine or climate control, locate the vehicle in a parking lot, set up guest driver monitor and more.

For peace of mind on every drive, Lexus Enform Safety Connect (complimentary for the first 10 years of ownership) provides emergency calling capability to Lexus Enform response centers, which are available 24/7/365. Lexus Service Connect (complimentary for the first 10 years of ownership) can relay the vehicle’s service needs, allowing the customer set up push reminders and alerts.

The standard subscription-free Lexus Enform App Suite provides voice-enabled apps that let you search the internet for local listings, stream music, check fuel prices and much more. Lexus Enform Destination Assist (complimentary for the first year of ownership) offers convenient 24-hour access to live destination assist.

Powerful Style, Powerful Performance

In all other respects, the 2018 Lexus LX 570 two-row remains the same stylish, highly capable, impeccably luxurious SUV as its three-row sibling. Wearing the bold Lexus signature spindle grille that’s framed by elegant satin chrome trim and flanked by triple-beam LED headlamps, the LX 570 makes an unforgettable entrance in any setting. A three-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel is a classic touch. Modern meets timeless in the analog clock, which sits in a housing carved from a single ingot of aluminum and featuring LED indicators. GPS functionality adjusts the time zone.

The LX 570 can also make an unforgettable exit, too, thanks to a 5.7-liter V8 engine that produces 383 horsepower and 403 lb.-ft. of peak torque. The 8-speed automatic transmission shifts with famous Lexus refinement. This is a hard-working team, helping to equip the LX 570 with a 7,000 lb. towing capacity using the standard integrated tow hitch receiver. Critically, the powerhouse V8 produces 90 percent of its peak torque at a low 2,200 rpm, further burnishing the vehicle’s towing capability.

The LX 570 also gives the driver the luxury of prioritizing comfort or agility simply by turning the Drive Mode Select dial on the center console. The system settings affect powertrain and suspension responses, including the Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS), which continually adjusts shock absorber damping rates while driving, ensuring optimal comfort even as the road surface changes.

Standard Lexus Safety System+

The 2018 LX 570 two-row features the same safety technology as the three-row model, including 10 airbags and the Lexus Safety System+ with Pre-Collision System (PCS) with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert (LDA), Intelligent High-Beam headlamps and All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. The latter uses a combination of millimeter-wave radar and a front-facing camera to maintain a preset distance from a vehicle traveling ahead. PCS is designed to warn the driver of a possible collision and is designed to initiate automatic braking with Brake Assist if necessary.

LDA uses a camera to monitor visible lane markings, and if it senses the vehicle is drifting from the lane, it is designed to convey audio-visual alerts and vibrate the steering wheel to attract the driver’s attention. IHB adjusts high-and low-beam illumination automatically when it detects oncoming traffic or the taillights of a vehicle traveling in front.

Ready for Anything

Incorporating decades of expertise in full-capability chassis engineering, the Lexus LX 570 is built by attaching a robust welded unitized body to a separate box-section ladder frame. This construction allows the LX 570 to take a pounding off-road and yet also sets the foundation for a poised and smooth on-pavement ride. A Torsen® limited-slip locking center differential provides full-time four-wheel drive, splitting torque 40:60 under normal driving conditions. The differential responds on the move to changing conditions, automatically adjusting the torque distribution as necessary. For driving over challenging off-road surfaces, the driver can lock the center differential.

The four-wheel Active Traction Control system (A-TRAC) helps to control wheel slip, and, using the Multi-Terrain Select system, the driver can match A-TRAC’s performance to the prevailing conditions. Selectable modes include Rock, Rock and Dirt, Mogul, Loose Rock, and Mud and Sand. The transmission’s driver-selectable low range provides low-speed crawling capability for handling steep off-road hills and uneven terrain. Low-range capability gets support from Crawl Control with Turn Assist, Hill-start Assist Control and Variable Gear Ratio Steering.

Multimedia Maven

The LX 570 is an ideal vehicle for getting away from it all while still remaining informed, entertained and connected. A 12.3-inch display with Remote Touch Interface heads a list of multimedia and connectivity features. Navigation offers full-screen map capability and can be split into three sections to display different functions, such as navigation, audio and climate control information.

The Remote Touch Interface controller operates climate control, audio, phone, navigation and more. iPhone® users enjoy the convenience of using Siri® Eyes Free Mode, which enables song selection from iTunes®, provides turn-by-turn navigation through Apple Maps, and much more. No matter the source or genre, music will sound powerful and clean through the standard nine-speaker Lexus Premium Audio system. Play from iPod®/USB connectivity, HD Radio™ with iTunes® tagging, streamed music via Bluetooth® and, yes, even CDs.

Vehicle Details
Engine/Transmission/Drivetrain/Performance

5.7-liter V8 produces 383 horsepower and 403 lb.-ft. peak torque.
Electronically controlled 8-speed automatic transmission with adaptive shift technology.
Hill-start Assist Control (HAC) helps provide additional control for off-road driving by helping to keep the vehicle from rolling back when transitioning from the brake to the gas pedal on a steep incline or slippery surface.

Chassis/Body/Suspension/Tires/Brakes

Body-on-frame construction provides ruggedness and durability for challenging driving conditions, along with impressive ride isolation characteristics and 7,000 lbs. maximum towing capability.
Active Height Control (AHC) system lowers the chassis by about three inches for easy vehicle entry and exit and returns automatically to its normal height when the vehicle begins to accelerate.
20-inch alloy wheels and 285/50R20 tires.
Multi-terrain Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) determines road-surface conditions and automatically optimizes lock-up control, selecting the suitable ABS profile for on- and off-road driving surfaces.
Brake Assist (BA) provides auxiliary force to assist driver during emergency braking.
Crawl Control feature provides optimum throttle and brake modulation when maneuvering over rough, uneven or difficult terrain.
Turn Assist helps tighten the vehicle’s turning circle by adding more brake force to the inside rear wheel.

Safety/Security

10 standard airbags, including driver- and front-passenger knee airbags, front and second-row seat-mounted side airbags in the outboard seating positions, and roll-sensing side curtain airbags that cover both seating rows.
Active Front Headrests move upward and forward in the event of certain low speed rear-end collisions when the force of the occupant’s body is applied to the seat back.

Luxury/Comfort/Convenience

14-way power adjustable driver’s seat includes dual-function lumbar and cushion extender; 12-way power front passenger’s seat features lumbar adjustment.
Easy Access system automatically retracts the steering wheel and moves the driver’s seat rearward when the ignition is switched off; both return to their preset memory positions the next time the driver is seated and starts the ignition.
The 40/20/40 split, power-sliding second-row seat slides forward and aft 3.5 inches for passenger comfort and cargo storage versatility. Folding the seatbacks increases total cargo space to 50.5 cu. ft.
Split rear tailgate design features a power upper door, while the bottom section raises and lowers with minimal effort.

Connected Technologies

The 2018 Lexus LX 570 2-Row offers five available Enform services for enhanced convenience:

Complimentary now for the first ten years, Lexus Enform Safety Connect includes an Emergency Assistance Button (SOS), Roadside Assistance, Automatic Collision Notification, and Stolen Vehicle Notification. The Lexus Enform response center operates 24/7/365.
Lexus Enform Service Connect (complimentary 10-year subscription now included), enables the LS to send alerts for specific factory recommended maintenance, simultaneously alerting a preferred Lexus retailer.
With Lexus Enform Remote (one-year trial subscription included), the customer can remotely view and control certain aspects of the vehicle using a mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Once registered, the app can operate remote door lock/unlock; remote stop/start for the engine and climate control; vehicle finder, guest driver monitor, and more.
The complimentary Lexus Enform App Suite app offer access to favorite mobile applications through the vehicle’s center console display, including Pandora®, iHeartRadio, Slacker and Yelp.
Lexus Enform Destination Assist (complimentary for one year) acts as an in-car personal concierge, providing directions and destinations delivered by a live agent.

Warranty

48 months/50,000 miles basic limited warranty with roadside assistance for 48months/unlimited miles.
72 months/70,000 miles powertrain and restraint system coverage.
72 months corrosion perforation protection coverage, regardless of mileage.

*MSRP does not include a delivery, processing and handling fee of $1,195.

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