Pre-Owned 2012 LexusGX 460 NA

    On The Lot
    at Betten Baker Cadillac
    Location Details
      Odometer
      123836
      Fuel Economy
      15/20 MPG City/Hwy
      Transmission
      Automatic
      Engine
      4.6 Liter
      VIN
      JTJBM7FX3C5037235
      Stock Number
      P22364A
      LEXUS GX 460

      Detailed Specifications

      • Max seating capacity: 7
      • Fuel tank capacity: 23
      • Horsepower: 301

      Dealer Notes

      Tungsten Pearl 2012 Lexus GX 460 4WD 6-Speed Automatic with Sequential Shift ECT 4.6L V8 DOHC Dual VVT-i 32V

      Odometer is 1476 miles below market average!
      We will ship a vehicle to anywhere in the United States.

      Awards:
      * JD Power Dependability Study * 2012 KBB.com Best Resale Value Awards


      Reviews:
      * If you need an SUV capable of tackling the roughest terrain, but yearn for a luxurious cabin outfitted with upscale amenities and versatile seating, the 2012 Lexus GX 460 will meet your unique demands. Additionally, the GX’s exceptional build quality and strong resale value make it a smart choice for value-driven consumers. Source: KBB.com
      * Capable off-road performer; top-notch interior with plenty of luxury features. Source: Edmunds

      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall4.5Out of 5
      • Why do the reviewers hate this???

        By RLFe2 on Friday, November 13, 2020

        5.0
        Our GX 460 is simply perfect. I read review after review telling us how out dated the SUV is, it doesn't have apple play or android music, it doesn't get great gas mileage, its expensive and it's just old. Then very quietly as if it were an afterthought.... oh yeah, it is completely reliable and will last forever. They compare it to unibody SUVs when talking about gas mileage and are cheaper. But they cant pull. They will tell you that two other luxury SUVs will pull more but they cost 25 to 40k more. But in doing so they wont say that the best of those only have 75% reliability rating (except the RX but it only can tow 3500lbs). We recently drove this car on 3100 mile trip through the Rockies, the Arizona desert and back to the fields of Kansas. I ride the gas pretty hard and still got a combined 18.8 mpg. I would highly recommend this SUV.
      • Plan to drive this SUV for many years

        By Satoshi on Wednesday, September 15, 2021

        5.0
        Was looking for a 3 row SUV that could tow 6500 pounds. Not many options out there as most are now unibody and they top at 5000 lbs. The old school design is a plus for me. No turbos etc. will translate into many years of reliable service. This is much more important to me than the latest infotainment. Was concerned about fuel efficiency but in real life I get over 20 mpg in combined driving- pleasantly surprised! Full time 4 wheel drive will come handy on winter roads. Lexus reliability is unmatched.
      • This Lexus GX does it all

        By Old Boat on Monday, June 21, 2021

        5.0
        This is my 3rd GX, needless to say I really like the vehicle. It does it all under any condition. A lot of the information I write about was also gleaned from my last 2 GX’s as well. I find it to be a great road trip car, except for the gas mileage. I wish that were a little better. I just got back from a 2,735 mile trip to FL and from the time I left until I returned I got 19.4 miles overall. I didn’t buy it for the mileage. If someone is that concerned about mileage they should not get a GX, get a Prius. However If you want a car that gives an excellent view of the road this is the one. Maybe because it is new but my mileage on my past 2 GX’x usually was about 21mpg on trips. We don’t travel with children so I can’t speak about hauling capacity for a family of 4, but for the 2 of us and our 3 dogs (and their crates) it meets our needs and then some. As for hauling, I tow my antique Chris Craft with no issue, it weighs almost 4,500lbs with trailer. My brother tows his 23’ Nautique with his GX. I read another review that complained about no remote start. I don’t know if he has a learning disability but my remote start works just fine with my Lexus app OR my key fob. Same as my other GX’s in the past. I will admit that after 12 months there is a yearly fee for that capability. Speaking of the Lexus app, I like the ability of entering an address in the app and then it synchronizes with the Navigation system in the car. It’s my understanding that capability doesn’t expire. I’ll know more about that next year. I also read reviews about the passenger side mirror not folding. Mine folds in just fine. Some do not like the swing open rear door, get used to it or don’t buy the car. I would prefer the standard opening but it isn’t the end of the world. On the plus side it does make it easier to access the roof rack if you utilize that capability. As for road noise, I don’t have it. Never did on the other ones either If you are into the latest tech stuff you will be disappointed. The GX has tried and true tech, no big learning curve. Personally I want a car I can count on for the long haul, not one that will take a computer genius to repair once the warranty is over. As for value in an SUV, this is hard to beat. My 5 year old GX gave me almost 60% of my purchase price trade-in value for this new one. This vehicle probably won’t check all the boxes in someone’s list of “Wants”, but I think it is the best vehicle for the money. I considered other SUV’s, namely the MDX but it doesn’t do what this one does for MY needs. By the way, I have the Premium model.

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