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GMTCG

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New to this forum and looking forward to sharing thoughts on this new Lexus.

I am a long term GX owner (6) of them and my wife has been a long time RX owner.

Currently have a GX 460 BLSE 2022 and interested in either a GX 550 or an LX 570?

Hoping for some great suggestions!
 
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Wow that’s some impressive GX experience! I can’t offer much comparing the GX vs. LX. My interest in the GX comes from needing something not too large not too small as it seems I do too much urban driving yet need something bigger to get out on the highway too. The unofficial car of our city seems to be an F-150 & while I loved mine, they are big to try to fit into parking lots that are designed with compact cars in mind.
 
Wow that’s some impressive GX experience! I can’t offer much comparing the GX vs. LX. My interest in the GX comes from needing something not too large not too small as it seems I do too much urban driving yet need something bigger to get out on the highway too. The unofficial car of our city seems to be an F-150 & while I loved mine, they are big to try to fit into parking lots that are designed with compact cars in mind.
Thanks, every time I think I want a LX I end up with the GX… great reliability and very fair cost to operate. I did get the BLSE because I thought it would be the last V8… but it was not .
The GX 550 could be the next alternative
 
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Thanks, every time I think I want a LX I end up with the GX… great reliability and very fair cost to operate. I did get the BLSE because I thought it would be the last V8… but it was not .
The GX 550 could be the next alternative
I think you’re right, part of the attraction is certainly fair cost to operate (it’s not a Corolla) and great reliability. So beyond my choice of what car I need in what size, with the GX seemingly large enough for the highway but small enough to fit into your destination once you get there. I’m at the stage where I‘m contemplating what car I’ll pay for over the next 4 years to have paid off once I retire. Then I need that great reliability to minimize costs. A friend of dad’s is still running his 2010 GX for all those reasons & doesn’t see a need to upgrade.
 
Welcome to the forum GMTCG. I sure hope the new model and engine can live up to the reputation of the older generations.
 
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