UPDATE, 14/2/23: Following CarExpert’s discovery of spec changes to the 2024 Lexus LX, the brand has confirmed the equipment adjustment – and announced a $5500 price rise across all grades.

    Our original story below has been amended to reflect these price changes.

    11/2/24: The 2024 Lexus LX has undergone a minor spec change, with the large SUV’s mid-range Sports Luxury variant now available with seven seats – for a price.

    Launched in 2022, the current generation Lexus LX is largely unchanged since it first arrived in Australian showrooms, which followed the launch of its Toyota LandCruiser twin.

    Priced from $157,061 before on-road costs in turbo-diesel LX 500d guise and $160,561 before on-road costs as the turbo-petrol LX 600, the flagship Lexus SUV is now $5500 dearer across the range for 2024, without any standard equipment upgrades.

    In total there are seven variants across the LX’s petrol and diesel engine range, with the base trim, Sports Luxury and F Sport shared across both engines, while the flagship Ultra Luxury is exclusively available with petrol power.

    The latest change for 2024 includes a new Enhancement Pack for the Sports Luxury, providing an additional two seats (located in the third row) as well as air vents, USB-C ports and side curtain airbags to suit – for a premium of $2600 for the diesel and $3800 for the petrol.

    The 2024 Lexus LX is available to order now.


    • 2024 Lexus LX 500d: $157,061 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 500d Sports Luxury: $174,061 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 500d F Sport: $180,061 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 600: $160,561 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 600 Sports Luxury: $177,561 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 600 F Sport: $183,561 (+$5500)
    • 2024 Lexus LX 600 Ultra Luxury: $219,061 (+$5500)

    All prices exclude on-road costs.


    The Lexus LX is available with a choice of two engines: a twin-turbo 3.3-litre V6 diesel (shared with the Toyota LandCruiser) for the LX 500d, and a twin-turbo 3.4-litre V6 petrol in the LX 600.

    The turbo-diesel produces up to 227kW of power and 700Nm of torque, while the petrol engine boasts outputs of 305kW and 650Nm.

    Both engines are mated to a full-time all-wheel drive system and 10-speed automatic transmission, including a low-range transfer case.


    Turbo-diesel LX 500d variants consume 8.9 litres per 100km on a combined cycle, while the petrol LX 600 drinks 12.1 litres per 100km on the same cycle.


    Regardless of engine, all Lexus LXs measure 5100mm long, 1990mm wide, and 1895mm tall, riding on a 2850mm wheelbase.

    Boot space varies from 174 litres in seven-seat variants with the third-row up, to 1109 litres for five-seat LXs – rising to a maximum of 1871 litres and 1960 litres, respectively.

    Towing capacity across all variants is 750kg unbraked and 3500kg braked, identical to the LandCruiser 300 Series.

    Servicing and Warranty

    All Lexus vehicles sold in Australia are covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

    The Lexus LX is meant to be serviced at six-month or 10,000-kilometre intervals, whichever comes first.

    Lexus offers capped-price servicing on the LX, covering the first six services within three years or 60,000km. Each service costs $495.


    The Lexus LX has yet to be assessed by ANCAP or Euro NCAP, though its diesel-powered Toyota LandCruiser twin was awarded a five-star safety rating in 2021.

    It comes as standard with a suite of safety features, including:

    • Autonomous emergency braking (with pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection plus intersection turn assist)
    • Front and rear parking support brake with obstacle and vehicle detection
    • Blind-spot monitoring
    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Lane departure alert
    • Lane-keep assist
    • Traffic sign recognition
    • Emergency steering assist

    Standard equipment

    The LX 500d and LX 600 come standard with the following:

    • 20-inch alloy wheels
    • Seven seats
    • Three-beam LED headlights, adaptive high-beam
    • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system
    • DAB+ digital radio
    • Satellite navigation
    • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
    • 7.0-inch lower screen
    • 8.0-inch digital driver display
    • Head-up display
    • “Hey Lexus” natural speech recognition
    • 25-speaker Mark Levinson sound system
    • Four-zone climate control
    • Leather upholstery
    • 10-way driver and 8-way front passenger seat power adjustment
    • Heated front seats
    • ‘Shimamoku’ wood trim
    • Wireless phone charging
    • 360-degree camera
    • Multi-terrain monitor
    • Trailer wiring harness and towing hitch
    • Lexus Connected Services with stolen vehicle tracking, automatic collision notification and SOS call functionality

    The LX 500d and LX 600 Sports Luxury add (over base):

    • Five seats as standard
    • Ventilated front seats
    • Heated and ventilated second-row seats
    • Heated steering wheel
    • Centre console cooler box
    • Digital rear-view mirror
    • Soft-close doors (LX 600 only)
    • Fingerprint identification push-button start
    • 22-inch forged alloy wheels
    • Premium leather-accented seats
    • ‘Takanoha’ ornamentation – wood veneer
    • Dual 11.6-inch rear-seat screens

    The LX 500d and LX 600 F Sport gain (over Sports Luxury): 

    • Darkened alloy wheels
    • Blacked-out mesh grille
    • Hadori aluminium ornamentation
    • Aluminium pedals and scuff plates
    • Perforated F Sport seats with added bolstering
    • Flare Red interior trim option
    • Torsen rear limited-slip differential
    • Performance dampers
    • Adaptive Variable Suspension

    The LX 600 Ultra Luxury adds:

    • Dual rear captain’s chairs with:
      • 48-degree reclining
      • Massage function
      • ‘Deluxe’ headrests
      • Passenger-side ottoman
      • Quilted upholstery (black or Sunflare)
    • Unique centre-rear console with:
      • Touchscreen display for air-conditioning controls
      • Wireless smartphone charger
      • Dual USB-C ports
      • Additional storage space


    An optional $5500 Enhancement Pack for the base Lexus LX 500d and LX 600 adds:

    • 22-inch alloy wheels
    • Moonroof
    • Power tailgate with kick sensor

    An optional seven-seat Enhancement Pack for the LX 500d ($2600) and LX 600 ($3800) Sports Luxury adds:

    • Third-row seats
    • Third-row air vents
    • Third-row USB-C ports
    • Third-row curtain airbags


    The Lexus LX is available in a choice of six no-cost option exterior colours: Titanium, Sonic Quartz (or White Nova for F Sport), Liquid Metal, Onyx, Graphite Black and Khaki Metal.

    MORE: Everything Lexus LX
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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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