The 2013 Lexus GX 460 is a luxury SUV that has the rugged ability to go off road mixed with the smoothness of luxury car when driving on paved roads. Using a limited slip differential, the GX 460 is a SUV that can handle all terrains with ease, including ice and snow.
2013 GX 460 Comfort
The 2013 GX 460 was made for a family environment. This can be said partially because of the seven-person capacity, and partially because of the full entertainment system that is available for the back seats. You can get the full entertainment system with 17 speakers, two LCD screens built into the back of the front seat headrests, and the standard equipment such as a USB/iPod plug in, hands free phone, Bluetooth music streaming, and a SirusXM Satellite Radio with a built in antenna (comes with a free 90-day trial).
There are other features as well. You can get the side and rear cameras to help you when you are in a tight spot. The side cameras can help when need to see around a corner or if you are in a parking garage. When you get the side and rear facing cameras, you will also get a 4.2-inch screen to see where you are going.
The 2013 GX 460 Safety
The safety of the GX had been upgraded for 2013. The optional Pre-Collision System (PCS) helps you when you are driving. The PCS is a system that is constantly watching in front of you with a radar-like system that will not only warn you when you get too close to the car in front of you, but will even stop your car if need be. The PCS is part of the cruise control system and if it is needed that your car uses the automatic stop feature of the PCS, it will bring you back up to your preset speed.
There is the Intuitive Parking Assist, which uses millimeter radar to warn you when you are close to something in front of or behind you to make sure that you donít get into any small accidents. This also applies for slow moving objects such as a person or a wheelchair.
The new 2013 GX460 is sure to give you something to think about when you are going to buy a new luxury vehicle.