The 2024 Lexus TX

An all-new, three-row SUV, the American-built 2024 Lexus TX aims to keep growing families in the Lexus brand, with fuel-efficient hybrid powertrain options.

2024 Lexus TX
Photo courtesy of Lexus.

The longstanding and luxurious appeal of Lexus–underwritten by Toyota reliability– has earned the brand a dedicated following. But for younger families who need more than five seats, Lexus options have been limited. Enter the 2024 Lexus TX, a fulsome three-row SUV built on a shared platform with the new Toyota Grand Highlander, at a new plant in Indiana.

Combining revolutionary in-cabin wide-screen technology and a choice of three conventional or hybrid powertrains, including an exclusive 404-horsepower plug-in hybrid model (arriving in the spring), TX offers a comfortably adult-sized third row that’s easy to access, thanks to sliding second-row seating and ergonomic hand-holds.

While the six- or seven-passenger TX is 203 inches long and packs 97 cubic feet of seats-down cargo space, it handles and rides more like a Lexus RX than a Chevy Suburban. TX is also capable of towing 5,000 pounds, across its entire lineup. Seven USB ports, window shades and reclining third-row seats make it a more family- friendly cruiser.

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It’s also the first Lexus to move away from the now-iconic and often imposing spindle-shaped grille, with a more subtle, body-colored face, even in its highend F Sport models. Twenty-inch wheels are standard and 22s optional, as well as upgrades including a full-cabin panoramic roof or a 21-speaker, 1,800-watt Mark Levinson Surround Sound audio system. The advanced Lexus Safety System+ 3.0 can manage speed on mountain curves, part of its dynamic radar cruise control package.

The Stats

$55,050 base price for FWD TX 350

33 miles all-electricy range of PHEV TX 550h+

7 carry-on bags fit behind third row