The second-generation Lexus LX 470 Limited Edition luxury SUV that the Japanese carmaker has upgraded around four years ago clearly approaches the end of its life cycle and will soon be replaced with a new (probably, even plusher and less off-road capable) version. This 2007 Lexus LX 470 Limited Edition version, a swan song of the aging model, will start at $67,805, adding $410 to the base model’s generous $67,395 price tag.
Only 400 of these vehicles will be shipped to the United States.
The Limited Edition trim will be offered with Black Onyx exterior and color-coded scuff plates, as well as 18-inch aluminum alloys with Liquid Graphite finish and chrome, chrome everywhere, starting from door handles and ending with the Limited Edition badges.
Inside, the Lexus LX 470 Limited Edition will feature a Stone leather interior, black floor mats and that tasteless wood trim you all know from the Japanese luxurious vehicles.
The SUV will be unveiled today at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show and will be available early this month.
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