Lexus lx 570 vs range rover vogue

See how the 2020 Lexus LX 570 compares against the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover luxury SUV. The LX 570 delivers more base-engine horsepower and is loaded with advanced infotainment and safety technology. Your road to a luxurious adventure begins with the Lexus LX 570. Lets get started with our Lexus lx 570 vs range rover vogue review.

Lexus lx 570 vs range rover vogue


2020 LEXUS LX 570

The Lexus LX 570 gets its power from a 5.7-liter V8 engine coupled with an eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission with Active Traction Control four-wheel drive. This powertrain churns out 383-hp and 403 lb-ft of torque and provides Multi-Terrain Select to handle challenging terrain including rock, a rock and dirt combination, moguls, loose rock, and sand. In addition to the capability to conquer grueling terrain, the LX 570 SUV can tow up to 7,000 pounds.


The Land Rover Range Rover’s base engine is a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with an all-wheel drivetrain that produces 355-hp and 365 lb-ft of torque. Terrain Response® 2 comes standard and includes Dynamic, Eco, Comfort, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud and Ruts, Sand, and Rock Crawl driving modes. Stop/Start technology is utilized to lower fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.


2020 LEXUS LX 570

Voice command with a 12.3-inch high-resolution split-screen multimedia display, navigation with 3D city views, SiriusXM® satellite radio, HD Radio™, Siri Eyes Free, Remote Touch, and a SmartAccess key fob are included. Additionally, the Lexus Enform suite of connected services is standard and includes Service Connect and Remote for access to your vehicle’s status, to lock and unlock your doors and start your engine remotely, as well as Destination Assist for 24-hour access to a live response center. Optional are a wireless charger, a head-up display, a nineteen-speaker Mark Levinson® surround-sound system, and a dual wide-screen rear-seat entertainment system.


Technology comes in the form of standard Touch Pro™ Duo 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreens, Bluetooth®, SiriusXM® satellite radio, HD Radio™, a Wi-Fi hotspot, navigation, and a Meridian™ 2 sound system with thirteen speakers. Available are a 12.3-inch interactive driver display, a dual rear-seat entertainment system, a full-color head-up display, seven USB ports, and Protect to remotely check your fuel levels, find your parked car, or check if you left a window open.


2020 LEXUS LX 570

To heighten your security, standard features consist of the Lexus Safety System + which integrates pre-collision with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, all-speed dynamic radar cruise control, and intelligent high beams. Also included are triple-beam LED headlamps, intuitive parking assist, smart stop technology, trailer sway control, vehicle stability control, hill-start assist, and an advanced ten-airbag system. A multi-terrain monitor comes standard and uses a virtual under-vehicle camera to observe your surroundings.


Standard features include hill descent control, dynamic stability control, electronic traction control, lane departure warning, front and rear parking aid, emergency braking, and a rear-view camera. Optional are adaptive cruise control, intelligent emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, blind spot assist, driver condition monitor, lane keep assist, rear traffic monitor, park assist, clear exit monitor, and a 360-degree surround-view camera.


2020 LEXUS LX 570

Starting at $86,380 MSRP


Starting at $90,900 MSRP

The luxury SUV segment consistently presents ever-better combinations of opulence and capability, and the Land Rover Range Rover has long led the way. This isn’t to say that it hasn’t come under repeated siege, and one of its most formidable opponents has been the Lexus LX570.

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What We Like About the Land Rover Range Rover

Off-road skills have long been a hallmark of the Range Rover and the latest version can traverse some of the most arduous trails. Its interior is a paragon of refinement and luxury — there’s ample space for five and their luggage.

Better still is its on-road performance, improved by advanced lightweight construction that makes it more agile, faster and fuel efficient. While the standard V8 isn’t short on power, an optional supercharged V8 is preposterously powerful.

What We Like About the Lexus LX570

The Lexus LX570 holds a big advantage over the Range Rover: a third-row seat that boosts passenger capacity to eight. Its interior is tremendously elegant, in the Lexus tradition, and a tremendously powerful 5.7-liter V8 moves the large vehicle with authority. What’s more, it boasts a raft of off-road electronics that facilitate serious off-road capabilities.

Is Range Rover Still King of the Hill?

The Range Rover can do everything the LX570 can do — and more. Its off-road prowess is tops. The British 4×4’s interior bests the Lexus by a mile, too, with materials and craftsmanship that might even outdo Bentley.

The Lexus’s third row, meanwhile, isn’t suitable for adults and robs virtually all cargo space when in use. Finally, while a Lexus badge commands prestige, the Range Rover has an even better image at the valet.

Our Verdict: Land Rover Range Rover

Unless you absolutely need eight seat belts, the Range Rover trounces the Lexus in the luxury SUV field. If you’re spending a lot of money for an off-roader, the Range Rover feels more special, attracts more eyes and is the most capable. The lighter, fitter new model widens its lead in the class.

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