Price as tested on our five-seat LX 450d is $136,000. The base RRP is $134,500 and our Lexus had premium paint (Sonic Quartz), which adds $1500; no other options were fitted.
It is absolutely packed to the rafters with high-quality stuff, which is no surprise really because, at this price, you’d expect nothing less. Standard features include a 12.3-inch high-definition screen with nine-speaker, seven-channel audio system (with “digital sound processing”), satellite navigation, and four-zone climate control air-conditioning with climate concierge function and nanoe technology (claimed to purify the air and moisturise hair and skin, according to Lexus). It also has heated front seats, leather-accented trim, a wireless phone charger, cool box, rear-door sunshades, 20-inch alloy wheels with 285/50R tyres, tyre-pressure warning, LED headlamps, daytime running lamps and sequential turn signals.
There are seven exterior colours and two leather-accented interiors from which to choose.
The LX 450d does not have any enhancement packs.