The new Lexus three-row starts at $54k with front-wheel drive
Lexus tops out at $75k, PHEV to come
Lexus has just added the 2024 TX three-row model to its website. That gives us a starting price for the model of $53,700 in the U.S., with the plug-in model topping out at a little short of $75,000.
The cheapest version of the luxury crossover is the front-drive 2024 Lexus TX 350. That model makes 275 hp from its 2.4L turbo-four. All-wheel drive is available, adding $1,600 to the price tag. The 350 will be available in Premium and Luxury grades as well as the base.
Next up the line is the 2024 TX 500H. This is the hybrid version of the TX and it makes 366 hp from combining the turbocharged engine and hybrid drive system. All-wheel drive is standard, and since the TX 500h is being marketed as a “sport performance hybrid” it is offered only with the F Sport performance package. The 500 h starts from $68,000 and is also offered with both Premium and Luxury trims.
Premium, here, adds a panoramic roof, heated and ventilated front seats, and a power-fold rear row. Luxury gets semi-aniline leather, thematic ambient lighting, and a heated second row. Adding either trim opens up the Technology Package with a 12.3-inch screen, panoramic monitor, and parking assist, as well as the Convenience Package with digital key and traffic jam assist.
Lexus pricing represents an increase of about $10,000 over the equivalent Toyota Grand Highlander model, though the luxury Lexus is much better equipped at every price point. For buyers in Canada, Lexus has not revealed the price. But based on the U.S. prices and trim levels, we would expect it to start around $65,000. Lexus Canada should reveal the actual numbers in the next few weeks. Pricing for the TX 550h+ will come later for both markets.