The 2019 Lexus LX570 Is a $95,000 NEW Land Rover Defender: In-Depth 2 days ago   26:23

Doug DeMuro

The 2019 Lexus LX570 is a $95,000 luxury SUV -- and also a disappointment. Today I'm reviewing the LX570 to show you why it could be better, and why I prefer its rivals. I'm going to show you around the LX570, and I'm going to show you all the quirks and features of Lexus's SUV -- then I'm going to drive it.


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Ryan Newsome
If Doug thinks the Lexus is bad, wait till he jumps in an Infiniti one day lmao the interior is way worse.
Mian Sufyan
My most favorite suv
anant kandpal
This review is a disappointment
Arch angel Of Death
time to unsubscribe...
I want one bad, but do not have $95K. So I drive Honda CRV
that car there is my sister dream car but i tell her its very ugly
Ross Gould
Some have different view of power and performance and a voice almost as annoying as Doug's :-)
Jorge Acosta
LOL... I was going to writte a comment on how this "disappointment" thing makes no sense, but I see that everyone else beat me to it...
Waleed Binhamid
I Guess Lexus Dint Pay Him For This , Soo Much Criticism !
I got a car ad before this video
Tiago Carvalho
Let me ask this, Doug owned a range rover, right?
He also did a video about how many times did it broke down, right?
Well I have one of this with 230.000 miles and mine broke... Hum.... Never, sounds like a terrible deal to me 🤣

Jokes aside yes it's getting old and it could see a refresh and I totally agree the fuel consumption is bad and some things in between however I would never ever buy a range rover or a ford instead an LX but that's just me, I don't like to know my mechanic by the first name 😉
Bman Mcdowell
It's Lexus, what you'd
I agree ... but I will buy it. It is ancient
steven hanna
Lexus cars are ugly with the Darth Vader face
Thanh Le
Give it to me if you don't like it!
Doug’s the type of guy that would spend a dollar to save a dime 💵
WalrusMt Tessari
physical dials are part of luxury cera
Mike C
Not to mention revving the lx 570 in paddle shift mode above 3000 then shifting jolts the car super hard!
doug shut the f up
dbz14 12
the grill is big becaus owner's bog d*cks
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NEW Land Rover Defender: In-Depth The 2019 Lexus LX570 Is a $95,000 2 days ago   14:54

The Land Rover Defender is back, finally. It looks a bit more futuristic than we remember but Land Rover says it will be better than ever? Is it? Henry Catchpole takes an in-depth first look at the new Land Rover Defender.
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It's been almost a year since Land Rover first announced that the Defender would return to the US after 21 years. Now, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the 2020 Land Rover Defender is ready to tackle terrain around the world.

The 2020 Defender represents a massive leap forward in styling, which makes sense, since the last-generation Defender stopped rolling off the line in 2016, its most major refresh occurring all the way back in 2012. It's a radical departure from generations past. The new Defender is smoother and far more modern. Yet, at the same time, there's more rectilinearity here than on any other modern Land Rover. The front grilles consist largely of slots, while the headlights and their running-light patterns look like a set of angry eyes. It's like a little bulldog scowling at you.

Straight lines carry the eyes from the front bumper to the back, where there's more than a little traditional Defender design thrown into the mix. The back end is mostly straight, devoid of too many curves. It looks especially ready for off-roading, given the high-mounted spare wheel on the tailgate.

With the inlets and outlets nice and high, the Defender is mighty capable. Ground clearance is set at 8.5 inches for the two-door Defender 90 (8.6 for the four-door Defender 110) but selecting the car's off-road-height setting bumps the figure up to 11.5 inches for both models. Both the 90 and 110 sport a 30.1-degree approach angle, which grows to 38 degrees at the vehicle's off-road height. The departure angle is even better at 37.6 degrees for the 90 and 37.7 degrees for the 110, although both even out to 40 degrees at off-road height. The 90's shorter wheelbase gives it the superior breakover angle at 24.2 degrees versus the 110's 22 degrees. Both variants can tackle up to 35.4 inches of water.

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