The 2024 Lexus TX is a three-row SUV that replaces the RX-L and offers three different powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid. Learn about the TX’s range, charging, battery life, fuel economy, interior, comfort, and more.
There will be several versions of the TX available at launch, with a third option coming later. The entry-level TX350 comes powered by a 275-hp turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine; the TX500h F Sport Performance model uses a hybridized version of that 2.4-liter engine and produces a saucier 366 total hp; and coming later there is a TX550h+ plug-in hybrid that combines several electric motors with a 3.5-liter V-6 and delivers 406 hp.
Each of these TX variants is subdivided into narrower trim levels, with the TX350 available in base, Premium, and Luxury specifications, with each offered with front- or all-wheel-drive for an extra $1,600; the TX500h is only available with all-wheel-drive and in Premium and Luxury trims. TX550h+ with pricing coming soon on the PHEV.
We take all three trims for a test drive and tell you everything you need to know. Guest host, Karl Brauer, goes along for the ride.
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