What’s the best vehicle for drivers who demand utmost luxury, yet live on a mountain top that’s only accessible via an abandoned logging trail?
Some flavor of Range Rover is an obvious choice, but these British beasts are not known for their long-term reliability. Of course, a Jeep Wrangler or Grand Cherokee can venture far off the beaten path, though they’re not always appealing to clientele with truly discriminating tastes. What’s a well-off woodsman (or woman) to do? How about a trek to the nearest Lexus dealer?
This Japanese automaker’s GX 460 can go places and do things many motorists would never expect. Despite available mahogany-wood trim and acres of sumptuous leather, it can go wheel-to-wheel with the world’s best off-roaders.
Read more about the 2016 Lexus GX 460 Review: Curbed with Craig Cole at AutoGuide.com.