Lexus LX

The Lexus LX is a Japanese full-size SUV from Lexus Division. Manufactured since 1996. In the first generation, until 1998, the car was produced as a mid-size SUV. The third generation of the model produced today is based on Toyota Land Cruiser 200. The LX is officially sold in Europe, Russia, Australia, North America, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, but is not sold in Japan itself. In 2015, the car has undergone a restyling.

Engine Toyota 1FZ

Like many Toyota engines from the 80s and 90s, the 1FZ is very simple and reliable. No miscalculations were made in the design. Replacement of the old F-series, solid classic high-volume engine. Installed in 1992-2009 for heavy SUV (Land Cruiser 70..80..100), the carburetor version continues to be used on special vehicles.

Engine Toyota 3UR-FE

The 5.7-liter Toyota 3UR-FE engine was first introduced in 2007 as a powertrain for the company’s largest SUVs and pickups. In a number of markets, there is an ethanol version of this engine with the 3UR-FBE index.

Engine Toyota 2UZ-FE

The 4.7-liter Toyota 2UZ-FE engine was produced from 1998 to 2012 only at the American plant in Alabama and was installed on the most powerful SUVs and pickup trucks of the concern. At different times, there were two versions of this engine, with and without the VVT-i variable valve timing system.

Engine Toyota V35A-FTS

The 3.5-liter Toyota V35A-FTS engine was shown in 2017 along with the new Lexus LS500. This power unit is equipped with twin turbocharging and develops over 400 hp and 600 Nm. Soon these motors will replace all V-shaped 8-cylinder engines under the hood of many models of the concern.

Engine Toyota 1VD-FTV

The 4.5-liter Toyota 1VD-FTV engine has been produced at the plant of the Japanese concern since 2007 and is installed on the Land Cruiser 200 SUV, as well as the similar Lexus LX 450d. In addition to the bi-turbo diesel version, there is a modification with one turbine for the Land Cruiser 70.

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