The new LX's starting price is barely more than the old Toyota Land Cruiser's, but the new four-seat Ultra Luxury version costs a pretty penny.
- Lexus has announced pricing for the new 2022 LX600, starting at $88,245.
- The lineup includes base, Premium, F Sport, Luxury, and Ultra Luxury trim levels.
- The Ultra Luxury trim has a special four-seat interior layout with lots of rear-seat amenities.
Given that the 2022 Lexus LX600 is the only version of the Toyota Land Cruiser that Americans can buy now, it’s a good thing that its price isn’t too much higher than the old Land Cruiser’s. The LX600 starts at $88,245, which is just $1215 more than the 2021 Land Cruiser’s base price (and $405 less than the 2021 LX570). The wide range of LX models available includes Premium and Luxury trim levels, along with an F Sport model and a flagship Ultra Luxury trim that features a plush four-seat setup.
The base LX600 comes with two rows of seats, providing five-passenger capacity, while the $96,345 LX600 Premium adds a third row of seats and holds seven people. The F Sport starts at $102,345 and features a different front grille, 22-inch wheels, a limited-slip differential, adaptive dampers, and special bits of interior trim. The Luxury model is $104,345 and includes mostly interior upgrades including nicer leather and an upgraded audio system.
And finally, the $127,345 Ultra Luxury costs significantly more owing to its decked-out cabin. It swaps out the seven-seat, three-row setup for a pair of rear captain’s chairs that have massage and a recliner function for the passenger-side seat with a sliding ottoman.
LX600 Ultra Luxury
All LX600 models have a twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6 engine with 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. A ten-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive are standard across the board.